The Two Georges

American Literature

Author: Richard Dreyfuss

America, 1996. Airships ply the transport lanes between the great cities of the continent – from the capital at Victoria on the Potomac all the way to New Liverpool on the sunny California coast. Everywhere the North American Union is at peace, safe under the dominion of His Majesty Charles III – a peace that has held since the 1760s, when George Washington and George III….Read More

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