Science Fiction has been promising flying cars for about a century. The Grasp of Time continues the tradition, showing the late 21st century to have finally developed the technology.
The difficulties come, of course, with legislation and infrastructure. Hence why there are control towers throughout a future Seattle, and why the majority of flying cars are predominantly mass transportation or taxi services. Flying isn’t something everyone can manage by that point, but perhaps by the 22nd century, people will have it figured out.
If only they could do something about the racist faction against Fae-born and other magical creatures roaming the world of the future.
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