• Par Greg Egan
  • Lu par Adam Epstein
  • 9 h 28 min
  • Version intégrale | Livre audio

Résumé de l'éditeur

In 2034, the stars went out. An unknown agency surrounded the solar system with an impenetrable barrier, concealing the universe from humanity’s gaze.
In 2067, Nick Stavrianos is hired to investigate the disappearance of a mentally disabled woman, Laura Andrews, from the institution where she was being cared for. Aided by a skull full of neural modifications, he follows her trail to the Republic of New Hong Kong, where an organization known as the Ensemble has uncovered Laura’s extraordinary secret: An ability that could transform the world.


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Adam Epstein brings a conversational, offhand delivery to a neurologically-enhanced gumshoe named Nick Stavrianos in Quarantine.
Greg Egan’s science-fiction novel is set in the year 2067 in a world where the solar system has been enclosed by an unbreakable barrier put in place by an unknown extraterrestrial force. Andrews is hired to find a brain-damaged woman named Laura Andrews, who has disappeared from her institution. Following her to Hong Kong, Stavriano’s case leads him closer to the mysterious force that’s "quarantined" the solar system.
Epstein performs Stavriano’s narration in a world-weary tone, his voice modulating in his nuanced renditions of the story’s many characters.


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  • Date de publication : 01-11-2013
  • Éditeur : Audible Studios