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Summary

United States of America, AD 2041.  

Eustace Fargo's new justice system has been in effect for eight years. The old days of waiting times and backlogs are over: judgement is quick, and sentencing is instantaneous. The old police academies have all shut down, and the new order is triumphant.  

But are things any better? Unrest is worse than ever. Criminals are more likely to kill rather than be caught.  

There's a war coming for the streets....

©2020 Michael Carroll, Joseph Elliott Coleman and Maura McHugh (P)2020 Penguin Audio and Rebellion Publishing 2020

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what an annoyance

Well I thought this was going to be a judge dred sort of book. it turned in to a left wing skewed narration of the judges . the short is they didn't want to be judges but but they thought a maggot infestation would be good for them. if they got rid of the political aspect of the story it might be good but they pissed all over it .

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Top quality

Loved this book, it screams quality all the way through from the writing to the narration. Each story adds another layer to the rich history of judge Fred’s.

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Very different stories

Quick review: don't be put off by the first two stories - the third one is excellent; well written by someone who knows their way around philosophy and history. Impressive!

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Just rubbish

I agree with previous reviews, this was too political, references to Brexit etc. Storylines were ok, not in keeping with the ‘Judgey-verse’. Judges were too wishy washy and at times feeble.

A poor offshoot, don’t waste the credit.

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shame.

I was looking forward to this. It could have been so much better. story one and two was poor, story three was just a little bit better

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A bit dull

Narrator of the first story had almost identical voices for every character, and they were all too quiet and soft. Then he would come in too loud for other parts.

None of the stories were that interesting.

Laurence Bouvard's narration elevates the third story, but it wasn't enough to make it an enjoyable book.

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Interesting take on a classic universe

I don't get all the weird reviews, complaining about politics in a freking Judge Dredd book! Those people have ever read Judge Dredd?
Those are interesting stories from a earlier time in the Judge Dredd universe. Now if you are looking forward to the completely bonkers style of the Dredd Universe you probably should pass this one and may I suggest any other audiobook from this universe.
The narrators are really good, no complaints great job making the voices of each character memorable.
Sound Mixing sounds right to me (I don't know what I am doing)

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