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The far-future signals the closer-to-us future, and has a proposition. Then more, which aren't propositions but assassinations. This dual-track time-travel-ish idea owes much to Gregory Benford's 1980 novel Timescape. The future-near-to-us characters are also the more sympathetic. They focus on a young, poor Southern woman, Flynn Fisher, and her family. They live in a postwar backwater, where the economy barely exists apart from illegal drug manufacture.

Flynn helps her vet brother, Burton, with an online job and witnesses what seems to be a strange murder.

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Wilf has made an unspecified bad move, and is trying to improve his situation. To say more will spoil things, so in this paragraph I'll try to sum up what happens next. Another far-off-future group hires others to kill the Fisher family. Rheumatoid arthritis juvenile Lowbeer, a London cop, or something like that, appears in the far-future, with unusual connections to the Fishers' time.

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Pregnant seks is too brisk and cursory a summary, but will do for now. There are more, but they, too, are spoilericious.



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