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The Raw Shark Texts

Narrated by: Jack Davenport
Length: 4 hrs and 23 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
3.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Welcome to Unspace Eric Sanderson wakes up in a place he doesn't recognise, unable to remember who he is. All he has left are journal entries recalling Clio, a perfect love now gone. So begins a thrilling adventure that will send Eric and his cynical cat Ian on a search for the Ludovician, the force that is threatening his life, and Dr Trey Fidorus, the only man who knows its secrets.

©2007 Steven Hall (P)2007 Canongate Books

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  • dc
  • 05-28-18

great fun

A little bit like a Douglas Adams book. Very well read, funny and amusing. A lot of fun.

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  • Claire Allwood
  • 02-17-17

Does RST justice

I have read this twice, one of my favourite books, so I was a little reluctant to listen, especially since it is abridged.
But it is, quite simply, brilliant. Jack Davenport is obviously a fan and brings the story to life in such an intimate, easy way I fell in love with the story, all over again. I think it is better to read it first, so you get the full visual intricacies of the text, and, once you are a fan, and you start to wish you could read it again, listen to this. You won't be disappointed. Apparently Steven Hall is almost finished his next book, but until then, this is a good fix.