The Future Past

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Mike Bowerbank, 2021.
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    [synopsis] => When a rookie American agent from the 21st Century got sent on what he thought was a routine mission to Canada to investigate a suspected arms trafficking ring masterminded by a nefarious weapons dealer named Arish Aziz, John Davis – the agent in question – was not to know that his day would go from bad to worse so very quickly.
He was briefed for his mission, but nowhere in the briefing was anything mentioned about him having to deal with a vigilante sociopath from New York City named Malcolm or the sociopath's Canadian ex-girlfriend Mary, who seemed to have some anger and impulse-control issues. It also completely declined to mention that John would start hearing a voice inside his head that addressed him in the third person.
His briefing also left out the fact that the entire fabric of reality as he knew it would be unraveled, and that he would end up in the year 1812.
This version of 1812 he found himself in was certainly very different from how he had remembered it from history class in high school.
The United States and Canada did not exist, Great Britain was no longer so great, and a sprawling empire called New Georgia occupied most of North America.
A tiny sliver of territory on the northwest coast broke away from the Empire which resulted in the massing of New Georgian soldiers to the immediate south of them. John, Malcolm, and Mary are stuck in the middle of it all and they need to figure out how to stop a war, and not just the one they are fighting with one another. They are further faced with wondering how this world became the way it was, and whether or not there is any way to set things back to the way they are supposed to be.
There are no shortages of riddles to solve and villains to deal with, but the biggest threats to Malcolm, Mary and John are themselves, as each has to overcome their own obsessions and preconceived ideas, as well as their rocky relationships with one other.
Often, all it takes for history to take a drastic turn is one relatively minor event. One such event had occurred, and as a result their continent and reality were completely unrecognizable. Can they discover what that event was? If they can, is there anything they can do about it? Or will their actions only make the world they knew forever irretrievable?
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