Stone Clock by Andrew Bannister audiobook

Stone Clock

By Andrew Bannister
Read by Caitlin Davies

Macmillan Audio 9781250179234

The Spin Trilogy: Book 3

10.26 Hours Unabridged
Format: Digital Download (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9781250243614

From Andrew Bannister, author of Creation Machine and Iron Gods, comes the final thrilling, heart-in-mouth science fiction novel of the Spin. A hundred millennia has passed since the events of Iron Gods. The Spin is dying, and its few inhabitants live unknowingly in the relative paradise of one of hundreds of Virtual Realities—'vrealities'—or they scrape a living out of remains of the real world. As the vrealities drain the last resources of the Spin, a rebellion which could kill millions sparks and gains momentum. In a remote star system, an ancient insectoid called Skarbo the Horologist has studied The Spin for several lifetimes. Himself near to death, he makes a final journey to look his last on the object of his studies. There he learns of the artificial system's past, the real nature of the vrealities—and the part he has to play in theirfuture... The Spin Trilogy Creation Machine Iron Gods Stone Clock

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Summary

Summary

From Andrew Bannister, author of Creation Machine and Iron Gods, comes the final thrilling, heart-in-mouth science fiction novel of the Spin.

A hundred millennia has passed since the events of Iron Gods. The Spin is dying, and its few inhabitants live unknowingly in the relative paradise of one of hundreds of Virtual Realities—'vrealities'—or they scrape a living out of remains of the real world.

As the vrealities drain the last resources of the Spin, a rebellion which could kill millions sparks and gains momentum.

In a remote star system, an ancient insectoid called Skarbo the Horologist has studied The Spin for several lifetimes. Himself near to death, he makes a final journey to look his last on the object of his studies. There he learns of the artificial system's past, the real nature of the vrealities—and the part he has to play in theirfuture...

The Spin Trilogy
Creation Machine
Iron Gods
Stone Clock

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

A beautiful space opera. SciFi Now
Great action . . . enjoyable and accessible. SF Book Reviews
Fast-paced, intelligent SF, action-packed and immersive. Adrian Tchaikovsky
An excellent read that ticked the boxes for me. Neal Asher
Conjures up the same kind of gnarly, lurid weirdness that made Iain M. Banks' SF epics so memorable. SFX
This is space opera on steroids. Robert J. Sawyer, author of Quantum Night

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Author Bio: Andrew Bannister

Author Bio: Andrew Bannister

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Science Fiction
Runtime: 10.26
Audience: Adult
Language: English