Iron Gods by Andrew Bannister audiobook

Iron Gods: A Novel of the Spin

By Andrew Bannister
Read by Caitlin Davies

Macmillan Audio

The Spin Trilogy

10.33 Hours 1
Format : Digital Download (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9781250227911

From Andrew Bannister, author of Creation Machine, comes Iron Gods--another thrilling, heart-in-mouth new science fiction audiobook of the Spin. In the depths of space, a beacon has awakened. And an ancient technology has begun to stir. As its memory returns, with it comes a terrifying knowledge—a grave warning about the future of the Spin that has been concealed for ten thousand years. Ten thousand years after the events of Creation Machine, the Spin is in decline and the beleaguered slave economy of the Inside is surrounded by rebel civilizations. A group of escapees from the vast forced-labor unit known as the Hive have stolen the last of the Inside's ancient warships and woken it from an enforced trance that had lasted for millennia. And someone has destroyed a planet that didn't exist, and halfway across the Spin, something has gone wrong with the sky.

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Summary

Summary

From Andrew Bannister, author of Creation Machine, comes Iron Gods--another thrilling, heart-in-mouth new science fiction audiobook of the Spin. In the depths of space, a beacon has awakened. And an ancient technology has begun to stir. As its memory returns, with it comes a terrifying knowledge—a grave warning about the future of the Spin that has been concealed for ten thousand years. Ten thousand years after the events of Creation Machine, the Spin is in decline and the beleaguered slave economy of the Inside is surrounded by rebel civilizations. A group of escapees from the vast forced-labor unit known as the Hive have stolen the last of the Inside's ancient warships and woken it from an enforced trance that had lasted for millennia. And someone has destroyed a planet that didn't exist, and halfway across the Spin, something has gone wrong with the sky.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

An impressive debut. This is space opera on steroids." Robert J. Sawyer, author of Quantum Night
An excellent read that ticked the boxes for me. Neal Asher
Fast-paced, intelligent SF, action-packed, and immersive. Adrian Tchaikovsky
Ancient, brooding technologies . . . Renegade slaves in a stolen starships . . . In Bannister’s hands space opera lives on, gaudy and brutal and glorious. The Spin Doctor is back. Stephen Baxter, award-winning sf author of The Time Ships
A thrilling debut . . . delivers in spades. SFF World
“A colorful debut that conjures up the same kind of gnarly, lurid weirdness that made Iain M. Banks' SF epics so memorable. SFX
With Bannister's debut novel, Creation Machine, we seemed to have struck a nugget of SF gold. With Iron Gods our luck continues and it seems that with this new author we may well have found a vein of the stuff. Concatenation
Ambitious, compulsively readable. Guardian
A beautiful space opera. SciFi Now
Great action . . . enjoyable and accessible. SF Book Reviews
A worthy successor to the potential realized in Creation Machine. SFF World

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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: 10.33
Audience: Adult
Language: English