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2 : Like A Boss

by Adam Rakunas
May 19, 2017
7 Hours
Ages 18+
In this breathless and hilarious followup to Windswept, former labor organiser Padma Mehta's worst nightmare comes true: she gets yanked out of early retirement.

After buying her favourite rum distillery and settling down, she thought she'd heard the last of her arch nemesis, Evanrute Saarien. But Saarien, fresh out of prison for his misdeeds in Windswept, has just fabricated a new religion, positioning himself as its holy leader. He's telling his congregation to go on strike, to fight the system. And unfortunately, they're listening to him.

Now Padma's summoned by the Union president to help stop this strike from happening. The problem is, she's out of practice. And, the more she digs, the more she realises this whole strike business is more complicated than the Union president let on...

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Padma Mehta, Ken Jackson as Onanefe, Nora Achrati as Soni Baghram and Lise Bruneau as Letty. With Christopher Graybill, Steve Wannall, Lily Beacon, Helen Pafumi, Dani Stoller, Todd Scofield, Amanda Forstrom, Kimberly Gilbert, Yasmin Tuazon, Steven Carpenter, Eleanor Todd, Dawn Ursula, Peter Holdway, Christopher Walker, Lolita Horne, Elizabeth Jernigan, Colleen Delany, Drew Kopas, Tuyet Thi Pham, Richard Rohan, Bradley Smith and Scott McCormick
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Casey Green
Sound Designers Casey Green
Cover Illustrator Jessica Smith
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


I can't wait for the next one by Daniel (Posted on 1/20/2018)
I love Padma Mehta. She is a hero without trying to be one. First story we get about Padma and her life. This story focuses more on the world and the lives on the planet. I love how She kept referring to everyone on the whole planet as neighbors and how they have to work together to survive. I loved all of the craziness and how she was rolls with it. I can't wait to here

The music was beautiful I love when she has her drink the music plays and it is so calming and soothing. The performances were amazing and well done from all actors. I honestly can't wait for the next story and I am curious to see where it goes next.
The Cradle Will Rock… in Space! by Catdaddy (Posted on 11/29/2017)
Oddly specific, the series continues to feel like a 1930s pro-union screed (think “The Cradle Will Rock“ or “Norma Rae“) crossed with science fiction, and hung on the production of sugarcane and rum. This story lacks the narrative drive of the first volume and is primarily focused on labor disputes, literally containing hours of people telling their stories of financial difficulty and employer-perpetrated injustices, and adding a dash of suspicion thrown at organized religion, Including a few jabs at the Catholic missal. Honestly, despite GA’s customarily excellent production and performances, it all gets a bit pedestrian. (And, avoiding spoilers, there is a bizarre sequence, 20 minutes from the end, featuring a huge crowd disassembling, then reappearing for no clear reason.) Ultimately “Like a Boss“ replaces all the frisson of the first volume with a sociopolitical diatribe out of the Federal Theatre Project. It’s a shame, as the characters established in the first story are clearly more engaging than they seem here. Appropriate for older teens, this volume contains no sex, PG-13 levels of violence, but ample strong language (generally appropriate to the story) throughout.
Eager for more! by Laura (Posted on 9/19/2017)
I enjoyed this title as much as the first and am eager for more audio adventures in this series!
Not what I expected by damien (Posted on 5/22/2017)
I enjoyed the first Windswept, it was a offbeat and strange little science fiction with some bizzate and fun moments. The second one took itself a bit too seriously. The humor and weirdness seemed to be displaced by political theory and a fairly grounded story about business and industrial backstabbing. Really not what I expected, but a decent story.
it was ok by rafael (Posted on 5/20/2017)
this story was ok. It took awhile to develop but when it did it got better. This book wasn't the best in the series but it was intriguing and interesting.

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