Set in the near future and featuring a jazz composer. What's not to like? Here is the oifficial synopsis:
"In the year 2042, the United States, Canada and all of the Latin American countries have fallen and splintered into multiple small loosely- organized entities known collectively as The People's Continent. The world economy has crashed and climate change is no longer considered anything but a tragic reality. In the half-flooded territory of The Manhattan Free Zone in a neighborhood now known as Greenwich Beach, eidetic memory polymath Clyf Davis has been given information that could change the world. Once word reaches the de-facto corporate ruler of what is left of the planet's governments–John James–that Davis is in possession of this secret, the race to destroy this information at all costs begins. A furious chase ensues leading Clyf, award-winning journalist Naima Goldsmyth, the enigmatic River Guardian Chay-Ron, the manager of The Village Vanguard Tom Berrynger and a street nomad named Wyl Tym on a high-speed adventure across the unstable and dangerous People's Continent. What results is a quest to make it to the one place left on Earth that can defy the reach of John James and his all-encompassing entertainment-oil conglomerate-corporation known as PHOS. That last sanctuary for free thinkers is the new country of Sagan, and it may very well be humanity's final and best hope at redemption."
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A Federation Encounter...
Recently, Bill Shatner went on tour doing 90 minutes of SHATNER at the end of a showing of Star Trek II "The Wrath of Khan." IKR!?
So, OF COURSE, I went when the show came to Denver, and OF COURSE I paid for the "meet and greet." I had just enough time to shake my man's hand (Yep...the one that holds the phaser!) tell him "Thanks for all you do." and get this GREAT picture!
So, yeah, I don't know him, but I now have a great place to post a shot of me and a Federation Starship Captain and former Admiral! BAM.