The Worthing Saga

  • by Orson Scott Card
  • Narrated by Scott Brick
  • 18 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It was a miracle of science that permitted human beings to live, if not forever then for a long, long time. Some people, anyway. The rich, the powerful, they lived their lives at the rate of one year every 10. Some created two societies: that of people who lived out their normal span and died, and those who slept away the decades, skipping over the intervening years and events. It allowed great plans to be put into motion. It allowed interstellar empires to be built. It came near to destroying humanity. After a long, long time of decadence and stagnation, a few seed ships were sent out to save our species. They carried human embryos and supplies and teaching robots and one man. The Worthing Saga is the story of one of these men, Jason Worthing, and the world he found for the seed he carried. Orson Scott Card is "a master of the art of storytelling" (Booklist), and The Worthing Saga is a story that only he could have written.


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Fantastic Read. Would Highly Recommend

The Worthing Saga is a highly original book. The Saga is split into two main parts. The first part take up two thirds of the saga length and is the main story. The last third is a collection of short stories covering interesting key people not full explored in the main story.

Orson Scott Card once again draws you in with a highly original captive story that follows the life of a unique individual from his troubled child-hood through to his part in the down fall and recreation of the galaxy. The narrative is well done and certainly adds to the story.

I listened to this book on a traveling holiday and found myself waiting to get back on the road so i could find out what happens next. It is a must listen for any Sci-Fi fan.
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- Robert

One of my favourite books in the universe

I listen over and over its always great
It has everything in it old time futuristic spiritual technology spaceships wooden boats mystery gods and creepy children
And lastly the reason I chose the book all those years ago and discovered Orson Scott card it has Worthing! Not the seaside town in Sussex but pick up the book it kinda explains..
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- Ruby Gloom

Book Details

  • Release Date: 25-03-2005
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.