Song of Time by Ian R. MacLeod
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 336 MB
Overview: Winner of the Arthur C. Clarke and the John W. Campbell Memorial awards for Best Science-Fiction Novel.
‘Song of Time’ begins with an old woman discovering a half-drowned man on a Cornish beach in the furthest days of this strange century.
She, once a famous concert violinist, is close to death herself – or a new kind of life she can barely contemplate.
Does death still exist at all, or has finally been extinguished?
And who is this strange man she’s found?
Is he a figure returned from her own past, a new messiah, or an empty vessel?
Filled with love, music, death and life, and spanning the world from the prim English suburbs of Birmingham to the wild inventions of a new-Renaissance Paris to a post-apocalyptic India, ‘Song of Time’ tells the story of this century, and confronts the ultimate leap into a new kind of existence, and whatever lies beyond.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction