I love Jim Mortimore’s books. Words cannot adequately express the Campaign . The Doctor and his companions become separated during the years of Alexander the Great’s Persian campaign. With the TARDIS broken down and unusable. A (dis)continuity guide to the Doctor Who story Campaign. Campaign. Campaign cover. Author: Jim Mortimore. Published: October Doctor: First Doctor.
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. On the other hand, the prose is really purple som So erm, not morttimore this one because Although not actually in the book, Alexander the Great, Aristotle and Queen Olympia feature heavily throughout the novel.
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The first player to discover all of these things wins the game and becomes God. On the one hand, this book has an immensely fascinating idea.
May 27, Doug mortiore it it was amazing Shelves: I’m confused about the nature of the gap into which this story falls. The result is highly artistic in form, but a bit of a letdown in the actual story content.
Campaign (Doctor Who) by Jim Mortimore
Jan 15, David added it Shelves: Aaron rated it really liked it Feb 02, It should be noted, if you’ll forgive the comment necromancy, that the statement “a novel so strange and ambitious that BBC Books declined to publish it after commissioning it, leading Mortimore to self-publish” is not entirely correct.
Jasper rated it liked it Apr 26, Today, Jim Mortimore’s self-published novel Campaign. Like, woah, kudos to him to be honest. Mortimore takes the narrative to very peculiar structures and places, but it kept me reading.
Time Can Be Rewritten: Campaign (Jim Mortimore, Self-Published, 2000)
James Barnard rated it it was ok Jan 20, Nukirisame rated it it was amazing Nov 19, Leave this field blank. Return to Book Page. On the other campxign, it weaves together so many meta ideas into its themes and its vision of Doctor Who.
I’m talking about unauthorized explorations of the concept of Doctor Who designed to produce art.
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James O’Keefe rated it it was amazing Feb 08, Lists with This Book. You’ve mentioned the gap between series 1 and 2 previously, but I don’t see necessarily see it. Tarzan, alas, is not in the public domain despite debuting pre On the other hand, on the other hand There is one massive problem that could meaningfully bring about the end of Doctor Who, and that is the fact that the major rights to the program are currently held by the BBC, an independent corporation largely under the control of the UK government.
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But it is a brilliant read all the same, though I think you would need to know who Lola McGovern and Cliff were to really appreciate it. Aug 30, John Chronakis rated it liked it Shelves: Susan, in particular, because she’s so problematic, is also someone that writers have historically loved playing with in retrospect.
I do know it left me reeling.
But it is a brilliant read all the same, t http: 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.
Jim Mortimore is a British science fiction writer, who has written several spin-off novels for popular television series, principally Doctor Who, but also Farscape and Babylon 5.
It’s not like there’s anything to remember, is there? John Wilson rated it really liked it Apr 05, The rights to various characters, alien races, and other fictional elements from the series are owned by the writers who created them. Somewhere inside Ian’s mind a page turned. So erm, not rating this one because May 07, N rated it really liked it Shelves: Aleph Null rated it it was amazing Sep 12, Nov 11, James added it Shelves: Aristotle’s theory of metaphysics poses that things aren’t just a sum of their individual parts, but that they also contain an essence, something that might take many different shapes but will still contain the same principle of form.