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United States of America, 2051 AD

It has been 20 years since Eustace Fargo's justice bill was passed. There are new weapons on the streets, and vast city blocks rising to the sky, as the first human being sets out to visit another star system. New York, California and Texas cry out for autonomy, chafing against a federal government they feel has lost control. Reeling from news of Chief Justice Fargo's death in service, the nation asks: has it all been worth it?

©2022 Michael Carroll, C. E. Murphy, Zina Hutton (P)2022 Penguin Audio and Rebellion Publishing

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  • Mrs J A MacMillan
  • 08-12-22

wanted to like it but the voice ruined it

sorry. I've listened to loads of 2000ad audio books. The story seemed good by the voice ruined everything. I've preserved with similar in the past but with more than 8 hours to go i couldn't handle the depressing droll any longer. there was no reason this couldn't be presented in a different way.

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