George Mann





George Mann

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in Darlington, County Durham, England, The United Kingdom
December 22, 1978

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George Mann is an author and editor, primarily in genre fiction. He was born in Darlington, County Durham in 1978.
A former editor of Outland, Mann is the author of The Human Abstract, and more recently The Affinity Bridge and The Osiris Ritual in his Newbury and Hobbes detective series, set in an alternate Britain, and Ghosts of Manhattan, set in the same universe some decades later.
He wrote the Time Hunter novella "The Severed Man", and co-wrote the series finale, Child of Time.
He has also written numerous short stories, plus Doctor Who and Sherlock Holmes audiobooks for Big Finish Productions. He has edited a number of anthologies including The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, The Solaris Book of New Fantasy and a retrospective collec
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Well, it’s out.



Yesterday, my new Doctor Who novel, Engines of War, hit the shelves of bookshops and the doormats of those people kind enough to pre-order.



It’s the first solo adventure of John Hurt’s War Doctor, and the first story to take place entirely during the Time War. (Wow. When I write it out like that, it still causes me to catch my breath).



Today, I’m feeling a little shell-shocked fr...

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The Affinity Bridge (Newbur...
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The Immorality Engine (Newb...
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Doctor Who: Paradox Lost
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Doctor Who: Engines of War
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“No,’ said the Doctor. ‘He was made that way. His timeline was retro-engineered. He was forged by Rassilon in an attempt to find a solution to ending the War.”
George Mann, Doctor Who: Engines of War

“A sudden thought occurred to her. ‘Hold on a minute,’ she said. ‘Did you know the Daleks were going to fall for your plan? That they were always going to be unable to resist the temptation to watch you die in person?’ The Doctor grinned. ‘I didn’t need Borusa to tell me that,’ he said.”
George Mann, Doctor Who: Engines of War

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