Theories of Flight by Simon Morden audiobook

Theories of Flight

By Simon Morden
Read by Toby Leonard Moore

Recorded Books, Inc.
10.14 Hours Unabridged
Format: Digital Download (In Stock)
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Best-selling author Simon Morden draws upon his expertise as a bona fide rocket scientist to deliver mindbending science fiction. In Theories of Flight, Petrovich is the guardian of several secrets. For starters, he knows how to make anti-gravity. And if that's not impressive enough, he also knows which secret server farm hides a sentient computer program-the same one that nearly wiped out the Metrozone. Now someone wants to kill Petrovich-and doesn't seem to care what is destroyed in the process.

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Best-selling author Simon Morden draws upon his expertise as a bona fide rocket scientist to deliver mindbending science fiction. In Theories of Flight, Petrovich is the guardian of several secrets. For starters, he knows how to make anti-gravity. And if that's not impressive enough, he also knows which secret server farm hides a sentient computer program-the same one that nearly wiped out the Metrozone. Now someone wants to kill Petrovich-and doesn't seem to care what is destroyed in the process.

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Author Bio: Simon Morden

Author Bio: Simon Morden

Dr. Simon Morden, BSc, PhD, is a bona fide rocket scientist with degrees in geology and planetary geophysics. He’s now employed as a part-time teaching assistant at a Gateshead primary school, which he combines with his duties as a house-husband. His not-so-secret identity as journeyman writer started when he sold the short story “Bell, Book, and Candle” to an anthology, and a chaotic mix of science fiction, fantasy, and horror followed. Heart came out to critical acclaim, and Another War was shortlisted for a World Fantasy Award. The Lost Art was subsequently a finalist for the Catalyst Award for Best Teen Fiction. Morden has also been the editor of the British Science Fiction Association’s writers’ magazine, Focus, a judge for the Arthur C. Clarke Awards, and a regular speaker at the Greenbelt Arts Festival on matters of faith and fiction. In 2009, he was on the winning team for the Rolls Royce Science Prize.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Science Fiction
Runtime: 10.14
Audience: Adult
Language: English