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2025

By: Oliver Cash,Thomas Zman
Narrated by: Scott Glennon
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Our nation currently suffers the consequences of the 2020 election. The criminally installed cronies, with their toxic atmosphere, are dead set against building upon the prior administration’s advancements and is in fact proceeding in the opposite direction with reckless abandon.

The negative governances are far worse than what we had feared and what we had long been warned about. Without question, there is a coup underway—one which aims to overthrow our once mighty America that so many have sacrificed their lives for. The media, along with our highest offices of law and order, who all pander to this inept president and his cabinet of anarchists, are currently corroborating against the freedoms we once took for granted; freedoms are now being frittered away by liberal legislative assemblies, who aim to eradicate our once inalienable rights and replace them with malevolent socialist reparations.

Having said all of this, the absolute and only solution to political mayhem of these proportions is detailed within the corroborative novel, 2025. It is the first in a series of three such narratives by the prospicient Oliver Cash. Upon finishing this work of fiction, one will ultimately see beyond America’s largest political transgression, perhaps even clinging ever so precipitously to the cosmic message it portends.

This fiction is not for the faint of heart, as evidenced through a mere say of un-illuminate reviews, indicating as to where the satire has hit a nerve within their embittered liberal base...they having taken offense at the story’s candor, attacking it with an acerbic academic approach. The more conservative listeners, however, have seen the story for what it truly is—an extension of the insanity occurring across our nation. You be the judge.

©2020 Thomas Zieman (P)2022 Thomas Zieman

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Realistic vision of the division of the US

The characters are interesting and true to their analogs. The storytelling is an older style, more like Jules Verne where you get more narration than through character experience.

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A thought provoking story of what could be...

Oliver Cash writes a thought-provoking story. The world is well developed, the characters are love/hate as they should be, and the story is quite provoking, no matter which side of the plotifical spectrum you find yourself. Audio Version: Scott Glennon is a great choice for this story and did a wonderful job.