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In a future where self-driving cars dominate the roads, the ability to operate vintage cars that aren't beholden to a robotic controller is in high demand. Entities whose dealings might bend the letter of the law require means of transport that can't be tracked and hacked by governmental authorities. Ex-Navy Corpsman Johnny Lin seeks solace from his post-deployment demons through the underground racing scene, but his driving skills soon land him a role as a wheelman for one such shadowy enterprise. With events running tangential to Matt Charles's novel To the Brink, Wheelman delivers a high-octane adrenaline fueled journey across the Midwest of 2036.