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Judge Anderson

Year One
Narrated by: Morgan Hallett
Length: 11 hrs and 31 mins
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The untold story behind Mega-City One's most famous telepath and Judge Dredd partner, Judge Anderson, in her first year on the job!

Mega-City One, 2100. Cassandra Anderson is destined to become Psi-Division's most famous Judge, foiling supernatural threats and policing Mega-City One's hearts and souls. For now, she's fresh out of Academy and Psi-Div themselves are still finding their feet.

"Heartbreaker": After a string of apparently random, deadly assaults by customers at a dating agency, Anderson is convinced a telepathic killer is to blame. Putting her career on the line, the newly-trained Psi-Judge goes undercover to bring the romance-hating murderer to justice, with the big Valentine's Day parade coming up....

"The Abyss": Sent to interrogate Moriah Blake, leader of the notorious terror group Bedlam, Anderson gets just one snippet of information - Bedlam's planning on detonating a huge bomb - before Blake's followers take over the Block. It's a race against time, and Anderson's on her own amongst the inmates....

"A Dream of the Nevertime": Anderson - a rookie no more, with a year on the streets under her belt - contracts what appears to be a deadly psychic virus, and must explore the weirdest reaches of the Cursed Earth in search of a cure. She must face mutants, mystics, and all the strangeness the land can throw at her as she wrestles weird forces....

Author bio: Alec Worley was a projectionist and a film critic before writing short Future Shock strips for 2000 AD and creating two original series: werewolf apocalypse saga Age of the Wolf (with Jon Davis-Hunt) and "spookpunk" adventure comedy Dandridge (with Warren Pleece). He writes the Teenage Muttant Ninja Turtles comics for Panini in the UK and has also written Judge Dredd, Robo-Hunter, Tharg's 3rillers and Tales from the Black Museum and Realm of the Damned. This is his debut prose novel.

©2014, 2015, 2017 Rebellion (P)2017 Recorded Books

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  • Ryan
  • 08-05-2019

Meh

First story was fairly good, but got less interesting as it went on. Maybe more popular with those who are more familiar with the Dredd storyline.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-11-2019

Judge Anderson is the best!!!

All four of the stories were wonderful, an absolute gift to glimpse into the past how far favorite Psi judge. The only problem I have, waiting for more...

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  • AmazingMrPants
  • 08-07-2019

Fun Ride in MegaCity1

Telling prose stories originally from comics is a fascinating tactic to get exposure to characters in a new way! Really enjoyed this ride through MegaCity One and I hope you do too. Judge Anerson takes us through the cyberpunky world of parody and consequence.

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  • brandon r ducrest
  • 25-01-2019

Definitely a great ride in this ionic universe

Looking forward to more of these enjoyed the heck out of it would love to see more of the judge Dredd stories as well especially around accursed earth adventures

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  • wickedtyger
  • 08-10-2018

brilliant

the story that I'd like to hear is the one with judge dread, judge Anderson and judge death.

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  • Robert Ferguson
  • 06-06-2018

brilliant!

narration was fantastic,very immersive and I just wish there was more, great story love the wotrld of Dredd

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  • John Fairweather
  • 24-01-2020

Brilliant

I have been a fan of the Dredd and Anderson comics since I was a kid. These stories are brilliant and well performed. The narration is good and enjoyable. I hope there will be more soon?!

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  • Egbert
  • 17-01-2020

A fantastic tale of Anderson (It's Alec Worley)

The performer is great, she captures the tones and energy or the book so well. The book itself is really clever and captivating. More importantly, his names Alec, not Alex...

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  • Matt BW
  • 03-12-2019

Anderson was made for the written word.

Anderson is a great character from the comics, and I think the depth of the stories possible for psionic powers are really suited to the written word. These books give a real insight into the experiences and challenges of a PSI judge, as well as describing it in a way a comic can't quite hit. The stories aren't massively complex or special but the different perspective on them through Anderson's mind is really compelling and different. She always was a great counter to Dredd and she still works alone. I enjoyed this much more than Judge Dredd Year One which was a bit two dimensional and I am glad I spent the time with it.

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  • Paul Hughes
  • 16-10-2019

Reallyl excellent listen

Very good narration and really captured the world of Mega City One and Sci division.

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  • lode354
  • 20-06-2019

great 2000ad book

excellent for dredd and 2000ad fans looking to listen to the world. deeper into character than radio plays done before

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-06-2019

Excellent

I found this better than Dredd Year One, and that was an amazing book. It's nice to see a female character, with actual character. I only wish there were more of this series.

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  • S. Churchill
  • 24-05-2019

Starts well, goes downhill

I enjoyed the first story. The next two drag. Judge Dredd year one much better.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-04-2019

Poorly written sadly

I love Judge Dredd and I loved the Dredd audio book, but this was not that good. Lots of repeated phrases (rockcrete, broken ribs, stars behind the eyes, grud on a greenie etc) and lots of “he said”, “she said”. I didn’t think much to the stories at all and Judge Anderson came across as a bit of a wimp at times. The first story was the best of the bunch. The next two were not all that great and as I say they came across as poorly written. By the end of the last book, I was sick of listening to it. The narration was pretty good considering.

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