|By:||Paul Cornell (ed.)|
|Rating: || 8.9 (21 votes) Vote here|
|Review: ||Part 1 Read more (1 in total)|
|Released: ||October 2003|
|Publisher: ||Big Finish|
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Note: The overarching plot of this short story collection is designed to lead into the audio release Death and the Daleks.
Twenty-five brand new short-stories...
A short-story anthology edited by
The Braxiatel Collection has been occupied by the Fifth Axis. This shouldn’t have happened: Brax picked this place to be safe, and surely he knows the history of time and space?
Bernice and her friends find themselves living under a military government. Bev joins the resistance. Adrian is thrown into a prison camp for aliens. Jason finds a comfortable little niche for himself in the new administration. Bernice’s half-human son, Peter, is now under threat every minute of every day.
Bernice finds herself caught in the middle of the occupation, her old friends, and her desperate need to protect her child.
This dramatic and tragic new collection includes stories from Kate Orman, Robert Shearman, Jim Mortimore, Martin Day, Paul Cornell and many others...
- The Fall by Paul Cornell
- Careless Talk by Justin Richards
- The Birthday Party by Simon Guerrier
- Five Dimensional Thinking by Nick Wallace
- Meanwhile by Robert Shearman
- The Price of Everything by Gregg Smith
- Hit by John Binns
- The Garden of Whispers by Martin Day
- The Crystal Flower by Cavan Scott & Mark Wright
- Midrash by Ian Mond
- Fear of Corners by Mark Stevens
- The Traitors by Jonathan Morris
- Paths Not Taken by Rupert Booth & Barr Williams
- Every Picture Tells a Story by Jim Sangster
- Fluid Prejudice by Paul Ebbs
- Suffer the Children by Dave Stone
- Drinking with the Enemy by Jonathan Blum
- Passing Storms by Peter Anghelides
- Speaking Out by Simon Guerrier
- The Peter Principle by Kate Orman
- A Bell Ringing in an Empty Sky by Jim Mortimore
...plus four Lockdown Conversations by Paul Cornell