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Traffic Jam Buster! Come to Brussels, a congestion-free city in 2022, but avoid the day of 'Roadworks', when Akila Kama, an African terrorist takes the city and many foreign heads of state hostage. His demands are simple, either the greatest humanitarian aid package is sent to Africa by the nations of the West, or their leaders die.In a city where all rail, road and underground traffic is computerised, Hugh Ryan, a Transport Authority controller, realises that while all traffic inside the city is at a standstill, Wellens, a local crimelord who helped the Africans, has embarked on his own traitorous plans which he hatches with a mole in the Transport Authority.

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Traffic Jam Buster! Come to Brussels, a congestion-free city in 2022, but avoid the day of 'Roadworks', when Akila Kama, an African terrorist takes the city and many foreign heads of state hostage. His demands are simple, either the greatest humanitarian aid package is sent to Africa by the nations of the West, or their leaders die.In a city where all rail, road and underground traffic is computerised, Hugh Ryan, a Transport Authority controller, realises that while all traffic inside the city is at a standstill, Wellens, a local crimelord who helped the Africans, has embarked on his own traitorous plans which he hatches with a mole in the Transport Authority.

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kjones00 ,

Very mediocre

Overall just a so-so book. Some parts were difficult to follow and left me unclear as to each characters role or purpose in the story. It's got an interesting premise and story, and the action picks up toward the end, but it falls short of ever being "exciting". The author/narrator doesn't help with a dull, monotone voice. The resolution is pretty unsatisfying as well.

I noticed the volume was pretty inconsistent as well, and there was often a lot of background noise.

Not to say it's a lousy story, but it isn't a great one either. Can provide a few hours of decent entertainment, but instantly forgettable once it's over.

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