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Boristopia

Charles EP M.

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Published by SLP
#1
Bought and read after the preview chapter and, uh, hooooo, the comedy sure is a lot darker as "this may now happen" bears down. Accurately getting "Gove, backstabber" and "Ummunah makes his big move and stumbles" is impressive, and so is being utterly right that Steve Moffat would still be doing Doctor Who in 2017 and ratings would be down. (Someone was not a fan of his run. And as well as me, neither's Tom Black) Hopefully "Boris wins and is there for election after election" is not an accurate one, but who knows, maybe we'll get Huntopia in 2021
 

Meadow

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#2
Bought and read after the preview chapter and, uh, hooooo, the comedy sure is a lot darker as "this may now happen" bears down. Accurately getting "Gove, backstabber" and "Ummunah makes his big move and stumbles" is impressive, and so is being utterly right that Steve Moffat would still be doing Doctor Who in 2017 and ratings would be down. (Someone was not a fan of his run. And as well as me, neither's Tom Black) Hopefully "Boris wins and is there for election after election" is not an accurate one, but who knows, maybe we'll get Huntopia in 2021
Seb Coe being remotely a thing is probably the thing that dates it most. Or, arguably, the total absence of anything resembling Corbynism.
 

Omund the Wooden-Leg

Chazadjin Marmaduke Brandybuck
#3
Her Maj is still alive (in the book she died on 1st January 2016, or 2017), the country has not been broken down and renamed the Union of Britain, we don't (yet) have a national digital database of every Briton's voice and smartphone metadata, we don't perceive the democratic process as saccharine entertainment.