Chapter 6 : It Can Happen
In this week's edition of the Threshold Bookcast, we follow Jake Harvey as he visits the illustrious Mistress Aeira for a private consultation.
At the beginning of the episode, the former businessman reminisces some of the events that have lead him to the political arena, and ponders what awaits him should his bid for the Chancellery of the Ovelian Federation turn out…Continue
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Chapter 5 : Space Oddity
As the title suggests, the fifth chapter of « 2206 : Window Onto A New World » reveals more details of the recently discovered spatial anomaly, the baffling phenomenon that has all of Ovel talking.
In this instalment, we meet the other two key figures of the Coalition of Progressives, namely, Laura-Sylvia Bauer, head of the Greens, and Edward Rogers, chief of the…Continue
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Chapter 4 : Machine Messiah
The central character of the fourth instalment of the Threshold Bookcast is none other than the Chancellor of the Ovelian Federation himself, Richard Ramsay.
As we join him in a conference room of the First Cruiser of the Federal Fleet, we find the experienced politician in deep reflection, mulling over past, present, and future.…
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The third chapter of « 2206 : Window Onto A New World, » revolves around Aeira, a high profile soothsayer, often derided as a celebrity astrologer by her detractors.
As the narrative begins, the prophetess is enjoying post dinner conversations with three of her closest friends.…
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Chapter 2 : Going For The One
In « Going For The One, » we meet Jake Harvey, one of the key political players of the era, and members of his entourage.
At the beginning of the chapter, the former businessman is settling in his executive suite for a determining weekend in Triton Aeolus.…
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