Decalog 3: Consequences (Doctor Who Decalog Short Story Anthology Series)
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Decalog 3: Consequences (Virgin Decalog #3)

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'The consequences of having the Doctor crashing around our universe can be colossal...The Doctor is a time traveller. Never forget that, because it is central to an understanding of what makes him so terribly dangerous. Most of us, in our tiny, individual ways are involved in the writing of our history. Only the Doctor is out there rewriting it.'

But even the Doctor may not...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published July 18th 1996 by Dr Who
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Nicholas Whyte[return][return]One of the early collections of "authorised" Doctor Who short stories from Virgin Publishing. I bought it because two of the ten stories had been flagged up to me in different ways, and neither of them disappointed: Peter Anghelides' "Moving On", a bittersweet bridging narrative for Sarah Jane Smith between K9 and Company and School Reunion (or the Big Finish version if you prefer), and Steven Moffat's first published Doctor Who story, "Conti...more
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Obviously a mixed bag, but in my opinion it had enough hits to balance out the misses. Favorites included Past Reckoning and Zeitgeist, so if you like the Fifth Doctor, I would recommend this.
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Andrew 'Andy' Lane lives in Dorset with his wife, his son and a vast collection of Sherlock Holmes books, the purchase of which over the past twenty years is now a justifiably tax-deductible expense.

Andrew is the author of some twenty previous books. Some are original novels set in the same universes as the BBC TV programmes Doctor Who, Torchwood and Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), some are conte...more
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Death Cloud (Young Sherlock Holmes, #1) Red Leech (Young Sherlock Holmes, #2) Black Ice (Young Sherlock Holmes, #3) Slow Decay (Torchwood, #3) Fire Storm (Young Sherlock Holmes, #4)

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