The Voyage of Sable Keech : Spatterjay

  • by Neal Asher
  • Narrated by William Gaminara
  • Series: Spatterjay
  • 16 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sable Keech is a walking dead man. Was he resurrected because he was infected by the Spatterjay virus, or it took place late in a tank of seawater? Taylor Bloc wants to know the truth. He also wants more – adulation, power, control – and will go to any lengths to achieve them.
An ancient hive mind has sent an agent to this uncertain world. Does it merely want to obtain the poison 'sprine' that is crucial to immortality? Erlin, still faced with the ennui of immortality, is interrupted by an angry whelkus titanicus, and begins a strange journey.
Deep in the ocean the Spatterjay virus has wrought a terrible change that will affect them all. Something long-dormant is breaking free. And Sniper, its Warden, finally receives his new drone shell. It's better than his old one: powerful engines, more lethal weapons, thicker armour. He's going to need them.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

An excellent sequel

Where does The Voyage of Sable Keech rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

up amongst the highest

What other book might you compare The Voyage of Sable Keech to, and why?

It can only compare with the other books in the Spatterjay series.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The taking over of the Sable Keech; shades of Queeg.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Huge enjoyment at the completeness to the world in which it is set.

Any additional comments?

Answering questions like this is not a review but on the offfchance I may win a sound system I can live with it

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- Huw Evans

More classic Asher goodness

Was a great continuation of the original story - set 10 years after the Skinner - with the right amount of change to Spatterjay life to make it a plausible return Oceanside to the planet.

Hooper humour was there as always a long with many familiar faces. Apart from one obvious twist the story weaves its way to a big finish once again, couldn't stop listening as I reached the finish.

I don't know if it could be considered as good without having first read The Skinner but who apart from a corrupted war drone would consider reading book 2 first !

Already bought book 3 which is the best compliment I can give it.

Since my trip to the little Flint am definitely now a fully reincarnated Asher fan !!!
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- Bodosa

Book Details

  • Release Date: 18-01-2011
  • Publisher: Audible Studios