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As actors in the Forensic Squad theatrical troupe adapt to the giddy, chaotic society resulting from the outlawing of all private property, CommWealth officials probe their breaking of the Four Rules that sustain the system, and several members navigate a twist of betrayals, double agents, and murder to find themselves leading a suicidal revolution.
ebook, 255 pages
Published August 14th 2015 by Class Act Books
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Linda
Jun 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
CommWealth is a story of human greed, in its many and varied facets. What if you could simply walk up to that jackass in the Aston Martin and ask for the car—and get it for 30 days of enjoyment? The theme is original and refreshing (if scary and thought-provoking). The characters and their motivations are realistic and develop the story realistically. They carry out their parts in CommWealth with reluctance or vigor, depending on the character or the particular moment in that person’s life. The ...more
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Michael D. Smith was raised in the Northeast and the Chicago area, then moved to Texas to attend Rice University, where he began developing as a writer and visual artist. The first six novels in his Jack Commer science fiction series are available from Double Dragon Publishing: The Martian Marauders (2012); Jack Commer, Supreme Commander (2012), Nonprofit Chronowar (2013), Collapse and Delusion ...more
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