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Echo Chamber

Ameritocracy, Book 3
Narrated by: Annie Ellicott, Jeff Hays
Length: 6 hrs and 15 mins
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After a lifetime of political disillusionment, Mia Rhodes created an alternative to the two-party system: Ameritocracy. Part American Idol, part Iowa Caucus, her online political competition will find the most popular independent candidate in America and give them a genuine shot to win the presidency. 

Anyone can run....

The American people vote online....

The winner receives instant fame and a campaign warchest to battle the Democrats and Republicans in 2020.  

In Echo Chamber, the third book, she sets out to transform American democracy. Now she's afraid of what will happen if she succeeds. 

Mia Rhodes created Ameritocracy to make it possible for anyone to become president. But as her online political competition races toward its finale, it's poised to elect a Machiavellian manipulator with a winning smile, leaving Mia to wonder whether she's changed anything at all. As the competition builds to its spectacular final debate in Washington, DC, Mia and her team must question everything they've done so far and defeat a threat to democracy they had never imagined. 

The Soundbooth Theater team for this production: 

  • Annie Ellicott - narration
  • Jeff Hays - Peter Colton, Harlon Dixon, and the rest of the male cast
  • Dalton Lynne - editing and proofing
  • Griffin Malnar - editing and mastering
©2018 A.C. Fuller (P)2019 Jeff Hays

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Meritocracy turns techno-dystopian

I figured the first book is setting things up and second one sets things in motion where the third wraps it up. But, this series fails to please with each passing iteration. There are couple of interesting chapters towards the end of this book but the book in all disappoints.

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