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Doctor Who: Sky Pirates! by Dave Stone

Doctor Who: Sky Pirates! (edition 1995)

by Dave Stone

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Title:Doctor Who: Sky Pirates!
Authors:Dave Stone
Info:Dr Who (1995), Paperback, 256 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:fiction, science fiction, novel, doctor who, seventh doctor, new adventures

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Sky Pirates! or The Eyes of the Schirron by Dave Stone (Author)



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good to read a New Advnture that deliberately and successfully played up the comedy - this often misfires for me, but in this case I was able to roll with the very alien creatures and their sinister plans while also sympathising very much with the confused new companions Roz and Chris; like them, I was never completely convinced that I knew what was going on, but it was fun and kept me engaged. ( )
  nwhyte | Mar 30, 2013 |
This is a cool story, if a little verbose in places. And I didn't like the pagination of the footnotes where they always went over two pages, not sure what that was all about. ( )
  rockdg9 | Jul 27, 2007 |
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Cummins, JeffCover artistsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Langridge, RogerIllustratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players.William ShakespeareAs You Like It
Away, then, with these Lewd, Ungodly Diversions, and which are but impertinence at the best. What part of impudence either in Words or Practice, is omitted by the Stage? Don't the Buffoons take almost all manner of Liberties, and plunge through Thick and Thin, to make a Jest?St Clement of Alexandria, Works
As I was going up the stair,I met a man who wasn't there.He wasn't there again today;I wish to God he'd go away.Trad
This one's for Manuela, Fillip, Marcus Morgan, Tanya, Derek, David Bishop, Dave Taylor, Wendy, Andy Lane, Charlie 'the man with no name' Stross, Karen, Neil, Kevin, Kevin, Trish and Daniel, Beth, Rebecca, Peter, everybody at the LBG, Charlie 'X-file' Adlard, Giles and Liz and Ben, the Crimson Pirate, Hector, Julie, Jon and Caroline, little Amy, Paul Cornell, Charlie 'sad male fantasy' Gillespie, Sharon, Kim, Lush, Jeff Cummins, the nice people of Bifrost, the other nice people at Off-Pink, the rather less nice pack of money-grubbing jackals at the British comic-book industry, Fritz Leiber, Anna Maria and John, Erroll Flynn, the memory of 'Susan', Roger Langridge, Claire, the other Claire, Steve Marley, Mum, Dad, Andy Bodie, Caspar, the Lemonheads, any number of Simons, Harry Harrison's Star Smashers of the Galaxy Rangers, Gerard, Clive, Andrew Cartmel, Michelle Shocked, Mo, Richard, Vince and all those other many unsung others for variously sometimes simultaneously and in no related order whatsoever giving me inspiration, information, undeserved love, a sofa to sleep on, a shoulder to cry on, jokes, more jokes, a sounding-board for my jokes, mutual massage, pause for thought, an outlet for otherwise unpublishable venomous rants, paying work, unconditional support and the crawling pain of grief and loss that never ends; for providing models to aim for, templates skeletons for heroes and villains to infest and animate, unending helpful suggestions, sporadic sex, a soundtrack, beautiful art in a variety of contexts, free money and, just when I needed it, a reason to live; for reducing me to an incoherent spitting fury, for stroking my hair, for wilfully misunderstanding every word I say, for cooking me breakfast, for being drop-dead gnaw-ya-knuckle gorgeous; for the heat of you, the odd cheap thrill, your friendship, talent, pint of semi-skimmed milk, understanding, asinine spite and all those tempestuous nights under the stairs with the tub of Swarfega and the bullwhip.Stuff. Thing. Anyhow.D.S.
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The System, in circumference, circumscribes some fifty-thousand leagues, and all of it on the inside: a perfect gaseous globe, encapsulated by an electrostatic Möbeus bubble-shell, through which the four high-density wanderers spin around the Sun.
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