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William F. Nolan's Logan's Run - Aftermath

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The Thinker is destroyed and the world is in chaos, and Logan wants nothing to do with it. But the world isn't done with him yet. And when the lives of Jessica and his son, Jaq, are put in jeopardy, Logan must once again don his armor. Logan's Run: Aftermath continues Logan's epic journey as he races toward an uncertain destiny.

©2012 M. J. Elliott (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • Richard
  • Oakland, CA United States
  • 08-01-12

An Enjoyable, But Gritty, Adventure

This is a sequel to the radio drama "William F. Nolan’s Logan's Run - Last Day" and should not be listened to without first hearing that production. The events in "Logan's Run -- Aftermath" take place after the movie Logan's Run (and the book by the same name by William Nolan). Tara 8, a former Sandman classmate of Logan, undertakes a sinister plot to revive The Thinker and reinstitute the controlled world encountered in the original world of Logan's Run. The events in Aftermath take place in a dark and gritty world inhabited by displaced persons and outlaw bands. Our hero, Logan 6, is a grim violent antihero, owing more resemblance to Mad Max or Jack Bauer then to the boyish, smiling young man portrayed by Michael York in the Logan's Run movie. The Colonial Radio Players do an excellent job with multi-cast presentation, great sound effects and music. It's an enjoyable journey as long as you're not in the mood for something lighter.

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