Parallel 59 - Natalie Dallaire Reviews
Description:ISBN 0563555904 / Author: Natalie Dallaire / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / We're straight into the action in Parallel 59; the Doctor, ... more
Parallel 59 - Natalie Dallaire ... Compassion and Fitz are hurrying to get themselves into escape capsules to get away from a space station. Fitz takes one capsule while the Doctor and Compassion take another. Compassion manages to use a psychic link of some form to steer their capsule down onto the planet Skale where the military promptly arrest them as spies and try to find out how much they know. Fitz meanwhile finds himself in a place called Mechta, a kind of hospital city where citizens from 'homeworld' are sent to recuperate until they are summoned to return. On Mechta everyone is equal and Fitz is given a house and a job, and before long has two girlfriends but no cigarettes.
Newest Review: ... on the end of a series of tortures to try and discover who they are. Meanwhile, Fitz has managed to come-to in a society ... more
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Natalie Dallaire Doctor Who: Parallel 59
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by - written on 18/05/07 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I once read a fantastic short story by Ray Bradbury about four astronauts as they floated away from the debris of their spaceship towards certain doom. They talk to one another through their headsets as one by one they perish. At the last moment we return to the surface of a planet where a small boy points towards the sky to his parent and remarks on the shooting star; only we know that is the body of an astronaut burning up on re-entry. This story was concise, clever, well written and made sense. So how come the Dr Who franchise can take a similar idea and mess it up so badly? The Doctor and his companions Fitz and Compassion have had to flee from a ... Read the complete review
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