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Shada (Doctor Who: The Lost Adventures by Douglas Adams) (edition 2014)
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The radical evil: that everybody wants to be what they might and could be, and all the rest of mankind to be nothing, indeed, not to exist at all.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Maxims and Reflections
...flat eyes that only turned toward the stars to estimate their chemical tonnage.
Truman Capote, Breakfast at Tiffany's
Concern with other people is a mistake.
Quentin Crisp, Resident Alien
Does the body rule the mind or does the mind rule the body?
I dunno... The Smiths, 'Still Ill'
For Clayton Hickman, whose role in the creation of this book was larger than Queen Xanxia's transmat engine, and whose role in my life is more precious than oolion.
And in memory of Douglas Adams.
At the age of five, Skagra decided emphatically that God did not exist.
This is the 2012 novelisation. It should not be combined with the TV serial, the script, or the audio drama.
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The hands of the sinister Time Lord Skagra are unquestionably the wrongest ones possible. Skagra is a sadist and an egomaniac, bent on universal domination. Having misguessed the state of fashion on Earth, he also wears terrible platform shoes.
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