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  • Title: Campaign
  • Author: Jim Mortimore
  • ISBN: 9780563555933
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Paperback

Free Read Campaign - by Jim Mortimore - Campaign, Campaign The universe is dead Time and space murdered Stars and moons planets comets put to the sword Physics and chemistry mathematics geography sent to the stake Mother and father friend and stranger

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  1. So erm, not rating this one because you know what, I just refuse.Like is it good Is it bad Is it mediocre Who knows Who cares Mostly I m just stuck like a scratched record on the fact that it exists and the knowledge that Morti had the guts to even send it in to try and get the BBC to put it out in the first place Like, woah, kudos to him to be honest.OK, here s the thing On the one hand, this book has an immensely fascinating idea On the other hand, the prose is really purple sometimes On the o [...]


  2. I saw Ian in there, Susan and Barbara too Just glimpses, fragments you might say, of images caught in a shattered prism and scattered through long hours and days and years of existence Time itself a kaleidoscope re iterating the lives I knew so well endlessly evolving frost patterns of memories that never were So the story goes something like this The First Doctor s TARDIS Tardis, T.a.r.d.i.s T.A.R.D.I.S The Ship lands during the time of Alexander the Great, where Alexander s tutor Aristotle get [...]


  3. Confusing, annoying, startling, illuminating, wildly imaginative and breathtaking it its scope, though it features the original TARDIS crew it s very much Ian s story, well several of him anyway I can see why the BBC baulked at publishing it, and in a way I m glad they didn t because we wouldn t have gotten this book, they d have insisted on numerous rewrites, and the essential magic of the story would be lost.



  4. A very brave attempt to take some of the series assumptions to their natural conclusions as far as the literature medium can piggyback them What can a ship that is bigger on the inside do with all that space, once it transcends its designers blueprints and follows its heart How far can the gaps between episodes be stretched to allow and spin offs to affect the characters, spanning days or weeks or decades, before a miraculous reset leaves the 60 s crew none the wiser when they next appear on t [...]


  5. Campaign is unlike any Doctor Who book that I have ever, or will ever read Once you have read it you can sort of understand why BBC book refused to publish it in the form that it was in, but you also wish that it had been published because it really would have been a major kick in the teeth for the books as this was so different to anything else that it had published before, or would publish again So experimental is this book in style and in content when compared to the standard Doctor Who novel [...]


  6. nhwvejournal 1116177ml return return This was the Doctor Who novel which was turned down by the BBC and which Morti subsequently managed to get published privately, now downloadable for free thanks to those awfully nice New Zealand chaps There is no way the BBC could have published it by Morti s own rather too extensively documented account, it is about a million light years away from the novel he actually agreed to write But it is a brilliant read all the same, though I think you would need to [...]


  7. I am torn on this one I like that this took a chance to explore some new ideas, and that it tries to do something different On the other hand, it felt completely disjointed, and many chapters made it difficult to figure out whose perspective the chapter was from Overall, a fascinating and frustrating read.