Noodle finally escapes the solitary confinement ward. Upon escaping, he’s tracked through Airstrip One and Pharaoh in search of freedom. That journey lands the hero at the tip of the Dark Continent where he distinguishes Western developments. A state-of-the-art monorail whisks him weightlessly toward the Wonderful City. Noodle observes breathtaking countryside between cities succumbing to sub-urbanization. Fences run between roads paralleling the railway. And box homes circling round retail malls are being built row after identical row. Noodle’s intercepted by the International Intelligence Service here, too; agents from the West track him en route to remote corners of the Continent.
They trace Noodle to one of the oldest surviving societies living inside homes built of earth and mud. There, he meets people who’ve known how to build freedom all along. Nobody’s invented the word terrorism and they don’t have nuclear bombs, satellites, cables, or cameras. Basic healthcare keeps the people alive for eighty years. And, even without higher education, the people know Freedom Incorporated- it’s been outlawed. Exceptionally, the society esteems food, water, shelter, love, and knowledge and the people excel in art and philosophy. Noodle encounters intelligent life.
Everyone’s met Revolution’s daughter freedom. And Noodle discovers that freedom he’s been craving when the people proclaim, “If men wearing white-suits come with masks attached to breathing apparatus and allege you have a rare disease that nobody’s heard of, Noodle, even if they say It’s a matter of national security we’ll never let them take you again. Here, we fight to defend Independence.”
The sequel to Freedom Incorporated, Freedom Afrika by Cosmo Starlight will be release to etailers; freedom is for everyone defending her!