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After Silver City’s stunning victory over the Panamanian National Police, free communities spread throughout the world, emboldened and no longer asking for freedom. The powers that be demand these communities be eradicated.

With Truman Bradshaw seeking revenge and his men out for blood on his behalf, Derek and Summer are no longer safe in Silver City. They move to Tortí, a small farming town in central Panama, to consult with the locals on transitioning to a stateless society. Derek and Summer are safely hidden from Truman’s men, but the couple are out of the frying pan and into the fire, as they fight the corrupt local police.

Jacob Roth relishes his new role as the head of Roth Holdings North America. With control over the media, markets, governments, and the worldwide cryptocurrency, he has more power and wealth than nearly every person on the planet. Despite his wealth and power, his marriage is failing, and his enhanced eldest son might be a psychopath. To escape his familial problems and his father’s eternal disapproval, Jacob grows closer to his robotic mistress. Maybe he can buy love.

Socialist Naomi Sutton campaigns for the US presidency against the Republican incumbent, Clayton Warner. The old Republican has a few tricks left, but Americans are hungry for change and are finally ready for a socialist government. Naomi’s poised to win the election. But with the promises she has made to get here, will it be a booby prize?

©2020 Phil M. Williams (P)2021 Phil M. Williams

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The fourth book in the "2050" series began with a slow burn and then morphed into a thrilling cliffhanger. The beginning of this book was slow, but there were a lot of machinations between the characters that are jockeying for power. I find this type of writing diverting. The book does move into a more intense and exciting conclusion that does end on a cliffhanger. I enjoyed this story and I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. Tristan Wright's and Sarah Grace Wright's dual narration continues to be entertaining. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Chris Wells
  • 11-22-21

Another Fascinating Look At A Future America.

Phil M Williams delivers another thrill ride of ‘what-if’ for future America. This book follows on from the previous ones in the series so if you're new to the series don’t start here. As with the other books, what is so disturbing about these stories is the plausibility of it all. Rich people using the poor as pawns for their own ends. I hate to give away any of the plot so I’ll just say it’s well written and as good as the earlier books of the series. There’s a diverse set of characters in this book and their lives are hectic. The author mixes thrills, tension, action and more to create a really interesting book.
It’s read once again by Tristan and Sarah Grace Wright who do their usual top quality job. I’ve said before that the split of male and female voices between them adds an extra something to the mix and they continue that trend here.