Divisible imagines a future where our political divides become geographic ones. Three intriguing short stories capture a post Second Civil War dystopia. A trade minister from the United State crosses the border and learns of a new technology that could put millions of lives at risk. A custody battle unfolds in America pitting gender bias against traditional values. A solitary man in the Nation of Ute writes to a future generation while documenting the tragedy that befell the Old Country. “I’m asking you, future human, child of my great-great grandchildren’s children, to ponder our progress. Whether you look upon these words as a peace offering from the past, a roadmap for the future, or a silly parable offering nothing more than mild entertainment, I urge you read it through and perceive its absolute sincerity.”
The full list of narrators for this title includes: Randy Anderson, Laura Fisher, Joel Ripka, Jessica Van Campen, Adam Levi, Scott Hirschfeld, and Elizabeth Arrasmith.
I want my time back. The entire story was a promotion of an obvious political view. It was interesting. How all the current progressive idealism was woven into the story. Even the wonderful country of Cuba.
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