Series: FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics

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FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics Vol. 1: The Paradigm Shift by Simon Oliver1-7
FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics Vol. 2: Wish You Were Here by Simon Oliver8-13
FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, Vol. 3: Standing on Shoulders by Simon Oliver14-19
FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics Vol. 4: The End Times by Simon Oliver20-24

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Series description

It started small: temporary gravity failures, time reversal loops, entropy reversals. Then it got big. With much fanfare a new government agency was formed with a mandate "to prevent and protect." Its official title: The Federal Bureau of Physics. This is the story of Special Agent Adam Hardy.


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