Jonathan Morris


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Jonathan Morris is a prolific writer of Doctor Who fiction. He has contributed to many ranges, in every medium except television. His style has often been compared to that of Douglas Adams, perhaps in part because he dedicated The Tomorrow Windows to Adams. Indeed, this dedication was discussed at length in at least one prominent interview about the book, in which the interviewer's questions and Morris' answers left readers with the impression that the book was in fact "set in the Douglas Adams universe"


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“Why do humans never do as they're told? Someone should replace you all with robots. No, on second though, they shouldn't, bad idea.”
Jonathan Morris, Doctor Who: Touched By An Angel

“Life's too short to be miserable, basically. If you can be happy, then be happy.”
Jonathan Morris, Doctor Who: Touched By An Angel

“We have family on Mars. And when you have children, there isn't anything you wouldn't do to protect them."

Doctor: "You'd even allow an innocent person to die?"

"Yes, if I had to."

Doctor: "Well then, that's the difference between us. I'd give up my own life without hesitation; it's mine to give. Just don't ask me to give up anybody else's. ... This is how evil starts: With the belief that the ends justify the means. But once you start down that road, there's no turning back. What if you can save a million lives, but you have to let ten people die? Or a hundred? Or a hundred thousand? Where do you stop?”
Jonathan Morris, Doctor Who: The Resurrection Of Mars

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