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0120140922

By David Mitchell. This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in.

The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Today we encounter fifteen year old Holly Sykes for the first time. Read by Hannah Arterton.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0120140922

By David Mitchell. This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in.

The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Today we encounter fifteen year old Holly Sykes for the first time. Read by Hannah Arterton.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0220140923

By David Mitchell. Teenage Holly experiences a life-altering event. Read by Hannah Arterton.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime is read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0220140923

By David Mitchell. Teenage Holly experiences a life-altering event. Read by Hannah Arterton.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime is read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0320140924

By David Mitchell. University student Hugo has a strange encounter in Cambridge. Read by Luke Treadaway.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0320140924

By David Mitchell. University student Hugo has a strange encounter in Cambridge. Read by Luke Treadaway.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0420140925

By David Mitchell. A not so chance encounter between Holly Sykes and Posh boy Hugo. Read by Luke Treadaway.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0420140925

By David Mitchell. A not so chance encounter between Holly Sykes and Posh boy Hugo. Read by Luke Treadaway.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0520140926

By David Mitchell. Part five. The path not taken. Hugo's heart warms to Holly Sykes. Read by Luke Treadaway.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0520140926

By David Mitchell. Part five. The path not taken. Hugo's heart warms to Holly Sykes. Read by Luke Treadaway.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0620140929

By David Mitchell. Part six. Ed Brubeck is a foreign correspondent home from Iraq for a family wedding. As he looks after his daughter and spends time with the woman he loves, he struggles to overcome the gaps between life at home and the daily traumas of his work. Read by Joe Armstrong.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0620140929

By David Mitchell. Part six. Ed Brubeck is a foreign correspondent home from Iraq for a family wedding. As he looks after his daughter and spends time with the woman he loves, he struggles to overcome the gaps between life at home and the daily traumas of his work. Read by Joe Armstrong.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0720140930

By David Mitchell. Part seven. Ed and Holly. Foreign correspondent Ed Brubeck's life shifts on its axis when his six year old daughter goes missing. As he and Holly search for their daughter their own relationship comes into focus. Read by Joe Armstrong

Ed Brubeck is a foreign correspondent home from Iraq for a family wedding. As he looks after his daughter and spends time with the woman he loves, he struggles to overcome the gaps between life at home and the daily traumas of his work. Read by Joe Armstrong.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0720140930

By David Mitchell. Part seven. Ed and Holly. Foreign correspondent Ed Brubeck's life shifts on its axis when his six year old daughter goes missing. As he and Holly search for their daughter their own relationship comes into focus. Read by Joe Armstrong

Ed Brubeck is a foreign correspondent home from Iraq for a family wedding. As he looks after his daughter and spends time with the woman he loves, he struggles to overcome the gaps between life at home and the daily traumas of his work. Read by Joe Armstrong.

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0820141001

By David Mitchell. Part eight. Crispin Hershey. No-longer-so-Young Turk of the literary scene Crispin Hershey spins a brilliant strategy to exact revenge on a Literary critic. Read by Robert Glenister

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0820141001

By David Mitchell. Part eight. Crispin Hershey. No-longer-so-Young Turk of the literary scene Crispin Hershey spins a brilliant strategy to exact revenge on a Literary critic. Read by Robert Glenister

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0920141002

By David Mitchell. Part nine. Crispin Hershey, once a major star of the literary firmament, is now living with the spectacularly disastrous consequences of his plan to embarrass an unpleasant literary critic. At a literary festival in Australia he encounters fellow author Holly Sykes and her teenage daughter. Read by Robert Glenister

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

0920141002

By David Mitchell. Part nine. Crispin Hershey, once a major star of the literary firmament, is now living with the spectacularly disastrous consequences of his plan to embarrass an unpleasant literary critic. At a literary festival in Australia he encounters fellow author Holly Sykes and her teenage daughter. Read by Robert Glenister

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1020141003

By David Mitchell. Part ten. Crispin Hershey, ex-Wild Child of British Letters, makes amends for past wrongs and dabbles in writing Sci-fi to his agent's despair. Alone in Iceland, he has a disturbing encounter with Hugo Lamb. Read by Robert Glenister

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1020141003

By David Mitchell. Part ten. Crispin Hershey, ex-Wild Child of British Letters, makes amends for past wrongs and dabbles in writing Sci-fi to his agent's despair. Alone in Iceland, he has a disturbing encounter with Hugo Lamb. Read by Robert Glenister

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1120141006

By David Mitchell. Part eleven. Novelist Crispin Hershey is in Iceland for a book festival. He nurses his recently broken heart while spending time with his friend and fellow writer Holly Sykes. Crispin must finally face the consequences of past mistakes. Read by Robert Glenister

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1120141006

By David Mitchell. Part eleven. Novelist Crispin Hershey is in Iceland for a book festival. He nurses his recently broken heart while spending time with his friend and fellow writer Holly Sykes. Crispin must finally face the consequences of past mistakes. Read by Robert Glenister

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1220141007

By David Mitchell. Part twelve. Our story alights on Marinus in a near future Canada. A 1980s Walkman arrives with a message from the past, and we begin to learn about Horology. Read by Laurel Lefkow

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1220141007

By David Mitchell. Part twelve. Our story alights on Marinus in a near future Canada. A 1980s Walkman arrives with a message from the past, and we begin to learn about Horology. Read by Laurel Lefkow

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1320141008

By David Mitchell. Part thirteen. Holly Sykes must decide who to trust. She's suspicious of Marinus and the Horologists, but finds herself believing their seemingly outlandish story. Read by Laurel Lefkow

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1320141008

By David Mitchell. Part thirteen. Holly Sykes must decide who to trust. She's suspicious of Marinus and the Horologists, but finds herself believing their seemingly outlandish story. Read by Laurel Lefkow

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1420141009

By David Mitchell. Part fourteen. Holly Sykes becomes more deeply involved in the world of Horology. The strange incidents of her childhood begin to make sense, and she agrees to risk everything. Read by Laurel Lefkow

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

1420141009

By David Mitchell. Part fourteen. Holly Sykes becomes more deeply involved in the world of Horology. The strange incidents of her childhood begin to make sense, and she agrees to risk everything. Read by Laurel Lefkow

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

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By David Mitchell. Part fifteen. Holly Sykes witnesses the twilight sea between life and death, and finds herself at the centre of a battle between good and evil. Read by Laurel Lefkow

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.

15 LAST20141010

By David Mitchell. Part fifteen. Holly Sykes witnesses the twilight sea between life and death, and finds herself at the centre of a battle between good and evil. Read by Laurel Lefkow

This ambitious, much-anticipated new novel from the author of Cloud Atlas is one to lose yourself in. The Bone Clocks is an intricate feat of storytelling revealing one woman's life through those who encounter her. The journey has a global and historical sweep, it takes us from 1980s Kent via 19th Century Australia to a near future New York with a playfully genre-bending subplot.

Our Book at Bedtime will be read by a stellar cast of five actors over three weeks. We open with Hannah Arterton as Holly Sykes, 15 years old in 1980s Gravesend. Then Luke Treadaway is Cambridge student Hugo Lamb, likeable, good looking, and extremely dangerous. Joe Armstrong is Ed Brubeck, a foreign correspondent in the current decade, struggling to overcome the gaps between his life at home and the loss he experiences daily at work. Robert Glenister is Crispin Hershey, once the wild child of British letters, a novelist now past his best-selling peak. And Laurel Lefkow is Dr Marinus, a psychiatrist from the seventh century who meets Holly Sykes in a near-future America.

Abridged by Robin Brooks

Produced by Allegra McIlroy.