• by Adrian Dawson
  • Narrated by Lewis Hancock
  • 17 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Since detective Nick Lambert pushed his luck a little too far in the line of duty he has been moved to low-level assignments. But Nick has no idea that his first errand to check out an autistic girl who may be linked to a bizarre murder will pitch him into the most shocking and bewildering case of his career. Of any detective’s career.
At its core is a young woman who might just be the most important human being who ever lived – a woman who holds the key to shaping world events. Not just once, but over and over again. From the wastelands of 20th century Siberia to the dark ages of 12th century France, from present-day Los Angeles to a near future in which we see our worst fears realised.


What the Critics Say

"Hugely complex, but highly intelligent and always entertaining..." (The Times)
"A fluidly written, endlessly thought-out thriller that keeps you gripped from beginning to end" (Scifi Now! Magazine)
"A very powerful story, of an intensity which makes it the best that I've read this year" (Eurocrime)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Start doesn't engage but stick with it

Will read it again almost immediately because it is such a good story but also to clarify parts. Probably fell asleep (bedtime listening). Didn't rewind far enough.
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- Linda

Wonderful book that really works as an audiobook

What did you like most about Sequence?

Really there's nothing not to like about this audiobook. It's entertaining, excellent storyline(s), well rounded character development, funny, sad, intriguing, unpredictable. I laughed out loud...and had a few moments with 'the hanky' too.

What other book might you compare Sequence to, and why?

I really can't think of another book to compare this one with, but I will be keeping my eye...and ears...out for other books by this author, especially if read by the same narrator.

Have you listened to any of Lewis Hancock’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Lewis Hancock is a new narrator to me...but he is excellent. He's up there with Toby Longworth for me...and he plainly enjoyed the experience.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I wanted the book to go on for ever...and I wanted to find out what happens too. Listening to it in all one sitting is probably impossible.

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- David Payton

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-05-2014
  • Publisher: Oakhill Publishing