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William Shatner's TEKWAR
FandyienBut Otto, what about us? Registered Userregular
In the year 2120, Jake Cardigan is a disgraced ex-cop framed for dealing drugs. Tough as nails and innocent, Jake Cardigan admits he was a user but maintains he was a good cop - and now, he's been released early. The book finds our hero covered in poop on a space station, divorced by his wife, and mysteriously unfrozen eleven years early...BUT WHY?
WHAT will Jake Cardigan do now? WHERE will he go? WILL he ever see his wife and son again? WAS he truly innocent?
ONLY WILLIAM SHATNER CAN TELL US, AND ONLY BY USING AWESOME WORDS HE MAKES UP.
Here is a list of words he has used to indicate this book takes place in the future. This list is gleaned from the first five chapters exclusively.
banx card - a future debit card
plazpaper - future paper
brainbox - a future bong
vidphone - a future cordless phone
aircab - a future cab
skycruisers - future RV
airvans - future flying van
skybus - future bus
plastiglass - future glass
servomech - one of those robots that cleans your floor, a roomba or whatever but in the future
lazgun - poor individually effective with large groups of guardsmen
recog camera - future webcam