Not sure how I feel about this. I m not grabbed by the idea of the story, but then it doesn t seem much better or worse than the other ideas that actually gotMessage 1 of 3 , Jan 28View SourceNot sure how I feel about this. I'm not grabbed by the idea of the story, but then it doesn't seem much better or worse than the other ideas that actually got published. Interesting to see the background of some of Lance Parkin's actual novels, though (eg where the Klade came from, and the initial ideas of Last Contact)
Very cool! Right! I ll be using that for an RPG adventure [whenever I get my Last Great Time War in Heaven camp of the ground] - Brian The StorytellerMessage 1 of 3 , Feb 12View SourceVery cool!
Right! I'll be using that for an RPG adventure [whenever I get my "Last Great Time War in Heaven" camp of the ground]
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Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2013 16:41:25 +0000
Subject: [DoctorWhoContinuity] Enemy of the Daleks
I've added a file to the group files section containing a PDF of the two page synopsis of Lance Parkin's proposed Eighth Doctor novel "Enemy of the Daleks", originally slated to be published in November 1999. The synopsis, along with some explanatory notes by Lance Parkin, was published in the convention programme published for the Day of the Daleks" convention in November, 2000.