By Andy Lane, Justin Richards
This booklet is a suite of ten associated tales that includes all seven Doctors--and spanning all of human heritage. It follows the profitable culture of the former books within the Decalog sequence.
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That he’s the last person on Earth I want to see. Until now,’ she added with a snarl. Wojzek stepped closer, and held her gently but firmly by both shoulders. ‘Come on, Sarah. You know that K9 will deteriorate until he’s a write-off. And he’s already told you that no human technology can repair him. ’ She was standing close to him now, watching his ice-blue eyes flicking rapidly from side to side as they searched for an answer in hers. ’ she said. ’ ‘Omne ignotum pro magnifico,’ said Wojzek. When he saw Sarah’s brow wrinkle, he added, ‘Interesting what you know from O-level Latin.
Whatever’s wrong with you is generating this signal. And that’s what’s causing all kinds of electrical interference. ’ She looked across to K9 again. ’ ‘Not permitted. . possible,’ said K9 uncertainly. ‘Repairs require facilities not yet available in this era. ’ ‘Systems attrition exponential, mistress. Minimum performance capacity will be reached in. . ’ His sensor ears twisted haltingly as the calculation took place. When they stabilized a few seconds later, K9 had not spoken again. Sarah looked down beside the kitchen table.
She stared disbelievingly at a London traffic warden, who 33 was indicating her Metro with a flicking gesture of his ballpoint pen. ’ he was continuing, stepping towards her. ’ It was like surfacing from water: the air was suddenly alive again with the noise of pedestrians marching anonymously past them, diesel engines, tyres on tarmac, the dull distant roar of the rest of London. A squeal of brakes in the middle distance and a throaty roadhorn. And she could feel her heart thudding, a percussive rhythm she could almost hear despite the overwhelming street noise.