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Infinite Future is a novel that follows Warren Stone, a man with a shady and complicated past, as he struggles to redeem himself, but soon finds himself starring in a movie for Gideon Yorke, an android filmmaker. This new path causes him to realise that he has not changed over the years, bringing about his death. His brother, Walter, assumes his identity and uses it to strive for change in the political system of hyperdemocracy, which allows for an endless amount of secession. Ultimately, the political movement, Democracy No, succeeds in forming a unified nation, but those who masterminded it do not have a chance to enjoy their victory before their world falls apart.
Nevett, Chad, "Infinite Future" (2008). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 8073.