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I am the last freelance private investigator on earth.

My name is Zachary Nixon Johnson. The year is 2057, and after a handful of species-altering upheavals, Earth-shattering cataclysms, history-changing extraterrestrial contacts, and pop-culture disasters, the world is now a pretty safe place. But, of course, as in times past, people still run the shades-of-gray gamut from good to evil. There are still cops and robbers, saints and sinners, voters and politicians. And every once in a while some crazy thing happens that threatens all of society, all of humanity, even the entire space-time continuum.

And for some reason it always happens on my watch.

So when B. B. Starr, the ex-exotic dancer who is now the CEO of ExShell, the largest corporation on the planet, hires me for a particularly sensitive assignment, I naturally expect the worst. After all, B. B. Starr is one of the richest and most powerful people on Earth - why does she need me? But even with the help of HARV - my annoyingly precise holographic assistant, who's the most intelligent computer on Earth - implanted directly into my brain (don't ask), this assignment sounds like more than I can handle. For B. B. Starr wants me to locate and disable BB-2, an android replica of B. B. herself. An android with a plutonium core, 160 times stronger, 176 times more durable, 200 times faster, with senses far more acute, and a vastly higher IQ than normal carbon-based humans. How can I hope to find and deactivate a bad-attitude, hell-bent, nuclear-powered super android that looks like an exotic dancer and might even be smarter than HARV?

Performed by Nick DePinto, Nathanial Perry.

©2001 John Zakour & Lawrence Ganem (P)2012 Graphic Audio, LLC

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  • 21-04-21

Makes other audio books seem monotonous

Read the first two books of this series when i was still in high school and was an instant fan. Couldn't remember the name of the series until I found these audio books and i was blown away. Richard Rohan kills it as Zackary Nixon Johnson. He nails the tone of these Goofy lovable scifi nior stories and im hooked.

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  • Amy Robertson
  • 15-02-21

Live this series

I first bought the graphic audio book when I was a truck driver, wore out the CDs. I love this entire series! I listen(ed) to them over and over,never get tired of them. Even though I know the outcome I love the humor between the characters. It makes you apart of the world.