Faction Paradox are a shadowy group of characters most often described as a "time-travelling voodoo cult". They were created by author Lawrence Miles and made their first appearance in the 8th Doctor novel Alien Bodies in 1997. Since then, their popularity has seen them reappear in several other books in the Eighth Doctor range, as well as inspiring several books of their own.
In addition, they made the jump to the audio medium — starting in 2001, a series of half-a-dozen Faction Paradox audio drama CDs were released by BBV, producers of the Audio Adventures series.
In 2004, when BBV wound down their overall production of audio dramas, the Faction Paradox baton was taken up by Magic Bullet (producers of the acclaimed Kaldor City CDs) who went on to release half a dozen new FP audio dramas — though the range has gone quiet recently, with no new releases since 2009.
|The Eleven Day Empire||Suzanne Proctor||Lawrence Miles||Oct 2001||None||7.5||None|
|The Shadow Play||Suzanne Proctor||Lawrence Miles||Oct 2001||None||7.8||None|
|Sabbath Dei||Suzanne Proctor||Lawrence Miles||Feb 2003||None||7.9||None|
|In The Year of the Cat||Suzanne Proctor||Lawrence Miles||Apr 2003||None||7.7||None|
|Movers||Suzanne Proctor||Lawrence Miles||Dec 2003||None||6.8||None|
|A Labyrinth of Histories||Suzanne Proctor||Lawrence Miles||Feb 2004||None||7.8||None|
|Coming to Dust||Julian Glover||Lawrence Miles||Jul 2005||None||7.9|
|The Ship of a Billion Years||Alistair Lock, Julian Glover, Peter Miles & Gabriel Woolf||Lawrence Miles||Apr 2006||None||8||None|
|Body Politic||Gabriel Woolf||Lawrence Miles||May 2008||None||7.7||None|
|Words From Nine Divinities||Gabriel Woolf & Julian Glover||Lawrence Miles||Nov 2008||Unknown||7.8||None|
|Ozymandias||Gabriel Woolf||Lawrence Miles||Jun 2009||None||5||None|
|The Judgment of Sutekh||Gabriel Woolf||Lawrence Miles||Nov 2009||Unknown||5.3||None|