Listen carefully when taking on David Tallerman’s Patchwerk, or you just might find yourself lost with a stranger in the middle of the TransContinental airship.
Tim Gerard Reynolds—who previously read Sylvia Spruck Wrigley’s Domnall and the Borrowed Child audiobook—narrates this romp across dimensions, as our hero (or, indeed, someone very much like him) tries to stop his own invention, Palimpsest, from ripping the universe apart at its seams.
Listen to an excerpt of David Tallerman’s Patchwerk, read by Tim Gerard Reynolds:
Patchwerk is available now in paperback, ebook, and audio formats from Tor.com! From the catalog copy:
Fleeing the city of New York on the TransContinental atmospheric transport vehicle, Dran Florrian is traveling with Palimpsest-the ultimate proof of a lifetime of scientific theorizing.
When a rogue organization attempts to steal the device, however, Dran takes drastic action.
But his invention threatens to destroy the very fabric of this and all other possible universes, unless Dran-or someone very much like him-can shut down the machine and reverse the process.
You can find the audio edition on Audible or order the ebook edition at the links below!