- 5 Valoraciones
- Parte 2 de 14
- Fantasía y ciencia ficción
- 6H 14M
The Plutonium Blonde [Dramatized Adaptation]Autor: John Zakour, Lawrence Ganem Narrador: Terence Aselford, Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Richard Rohan, Gary Telles, Full Cast, Mort Shelby, Tim Carlin, Ken Jackson, David Coyne, Eric Messner, Lily Beacon, Elizabeth Jernigan, Karen Novack, Thomas Keegan, Patrick Bussink, Alyssa Wilmoth, Alexander Strain, Daniel Sonntag Audiolibro
I AM THE LAST FREE-LANCE PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR ON EARTH.
My name is Zachary Nixon Johnson. The year is 2057 and, after a handful of species-altering upheavals, Earth-shattering cataclysms, history-changing extraterrestrial contacts, and pop-culture disasters, the world is now a pretty safe place. But, of course, as in times past, people still run the shades-of-gray gamut from good to evil. There are still cops and robbers, saints and sinners, voters and politicians. And every once in a while some crazy thing happens that threatens all of society, all of humanity, even the entire space-time continuum.
And for some reason it always happens on my watch.
So when B. B. Starr, the ex-exotic dancer who is now the CEO of ExShell, the largest corporation on the planet, hires me for a particularly sensitive assignment, I naturally expect the worst. After all, B. B. Starr is one of the richest and most powerful people on Earth--why does she need me? But even with the help of HARV--my annoyingly precise holographic assistant, who's the most intelligent computer on Earth--implanted directly into my brain (don't ask), this assignment sounds like more than I can handle. For B. B. Starr wants me to locate and disable BB-2, an android replica of B. B. herself. An android with a plutonium core, 160 times stronger, 176 times more durable, 200 times faster, with senses far more acute, and a vastly higher IQ than normal carbon-based humans. How can I hope to find and deactivate a bad-attitude, hell-bent, nuclear-powered, super android that looks like an exotic dancer and might even be smarter than HARV?