The future is here. Space liners are making deep space cruises and there is a space force out in the universe to protect the Confederation’s citizens. The space line Titanic has entered a restricted sector and has been attacked. The Confederation’s newest ship, Constitution, has been dispatched to assist. Will the Constitution be in time? Join the ComicPop Crew as they man the mics to discuss James Young’s science fiction novel An Unproven Concept.
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What we reviewed in this episode:
- An Unproven Concept, James Young, CreateSpace, 2013. ISBN: 978-1494811556, $9.00.
Music clips used in this episode:
- “Why Me”, Planet P Project, Planet P Project, Geffen Records, 1983.
- “Rockin’ Robin”, Bobby Day, Class, 1958.
- “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.