New Century: The Cartographer's Handbook

by Alexander Shaw

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Justaris A captivating anthology and a strong start to a fantastic ongoing series!

The many different small stories also give the Handbook as a whole a great deal of value on repeat visitations, either in its entirety or just with one or two of the stories. While they all exist in the same world, the lack of a linear narrative between them means that you can revisit them in any order. Highly recommended! Favorite track: The First Year.
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NEW CENTURY: BOOK 3

How would you survive the sunset of the human race?
Ostensibly written by Thomas W. Arlington, director of the newly formed National Intelligence Agency, this book is given to scouts of the Reunified States Military, setting out to travel and chart an America beset since 1872 by a lethal new plague.

The infected devolve to an aggressive, feral state and it is up to what remains of a shattered government, operating out of the reclaimed Washington DC, to re-establish contact and form a total army of the people if they are to stand a chance of retaking their land.

But these wendigos are not the only strange phenomena this damaged world will encounter.

This is the third book in Phase 1 of the ongoing New Century series. It was the first written back in 2013, but was replaced as the starting point by Let Them Go in 2018. Now it functions as an expansion of the world that has already been introduced.

This 2018 Definitive Edition polishes up the audio quality, and includes additional new music.

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released November 23, 2013

Vocal performances by Alexander Shaw, Sharon Shaw, Laureta Sela, Spencer Leeb, Matt Wardle, Maureen Foley, Maya Santandrea, Daniel Floyd, Jacob Newburn, Mark Ord and Matt Ramsey

Departure Acoustic, Flashback, Horizon, Catfeeder 5, Moment 2, New Car, and Tibet Chill composed and performed by Mark Tschanz. Make Your Decision composed and performed by Dan Phillipson of Shockwave Sound. Tribal March composed by Evony. Thunder Dreams composed and performed by Kevin MacLeod.

Album artwork by Antonio Torresan,

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Alexander Shaw England, UK

Welcome to the New Century multiverse.

Beginning with a diverging timeline in 1872 this epic series of stories now encompasses many alternate planet Earths filled with vibrant and diverse characters.

These adventures are serialized every week in the New Century podcast and released as completed books and audio dramas.

Alex lives in Lincolnshire, England with his wife Sharon and daughter Lyra.
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