Doctor Who Short Trips: Zodiac (Big Finish Short Trips) by Jacqueline Rayner

By Jacqueline Rayner

Health professional Who brief journeys is a sequence of themed brief tale anthologies of latest surgeon Who fiction, that includes the medical professional in all of his first 8 incarnations. They function tales written through many of the top names in health care professional Who, earlier and current, together with Paul Cornell, Gareth Roberts, Christopher H. Bidmead, and Paul Magrs. Telepathic fish, miniature lions, and dual planets are the least of his difficulties, because the general practitioner —all 8 of him—faces the Capricorn Killer, endures a mindswap with the Machiavellian grasp, and dances with demise herself during this selection of 12 exciting tales.

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Quite a feat of artistic engineering,' the Doctor said admiringly:I'm not sure if I approve of such idolatry, but... Jamie clutched the Doctor's sleeve. ' he gasped. The Doctor examined the head of the statue. The jaw, the mane of hair, the moustache... Four eyebrows whizzed heavenwards. ' gasped Jamie. 'Something must have happened after we left. ' asked Jamie. 'I suspect that it was not the labour of love it was intended to be. ' The Doctor pointed to the horizon. ' The once imposing structure had flopped to the ground, its crumbled base the only reminder of its previous dominance of the landscape.

This organisation's getting to me, I'm starting to think like the military: little, and in initials. Helen had known it was some kind of time experiment she'd being guarding so her first assumption on finding herself trapped in this world of statues was that she'd been caught up in some kind of loop, her whole existence now somehow channelled into one moment. She'd quickly ruled that out - she could move freely, retracing her steps, occupying the same space multiple times, which would surely be impossible if her matter had been repeatedly superimposed in the same instant of time.

Um... `Suppose we've helped a tyrant gain power? ' `We haven't. ' `He did: `And what about his daughters? ' `There you are then: the Doctor stated firmly. A despot: Jamie looked blank. ' Jamie's lip curled. 'No, probably not: `There's no probably about it. They were good girls, they'll keep their dad in check. ' `Trust me' A mauve-feathered bird landed on the branch of a nearby tree and cawcaw-cawed as though laughing at a particularly dirty joke. `I do: Jamie stated, almost convincingly. 'But...

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