Longest Day (Dr. Who Series) by Michael Collier

By Michael Collier

Having landed at the unusual planet of Hirath, the surgeon and Sam turn into separated as they either attempt to appreciate and aid the population of a global the place diverse time zones suggest that the planet's biosphere is uncontrolled and heading for catastrophe.

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A kind of warning. ' 'There's an uninvited guest on the way. A ship, heading to this area. It's a long way off, but this base is designed to act early to seek proper authorisation. ' He looked down at the mass of circuitry and wiring lying on the desk. 'Of course, the ship may not even have known it had to send access codes for authorisation. ' He smiled grimly. ' 'Precisely. So it wasn't you. And it wasn't me. ' He looked sadly over at the matter-transmission booth. 'Anstaar,' said Vasid, vaguely.

He paused. ' 'Could've just been a glitch in the life-support. ' The Doctor shook his head. 'No. ' 'I don't know. But as I was saying earlier, it's had a critical effect on our surroundings. Your sending Anstaar and Sam down to Hirath -'Vasid shivered under the Doctor's icy glare - 'has pushed this place over the edge. You've drained more or less the last vestiges of power in these circuits. Which means I can't follow her down there. Which also means the systems that are currently keeping Hirath stable will be running down.

So this rabble could damn well show him some respect. 'All I'm saying,' he began again, his tone urgent,'is that you must be ready. You'll be needed to fight the fight again. ' 'You've been here... ' Dwynaar made an elaborate show of counting his fingers. 'Two months? Well, we're all up for fighting the good fight once again, Felbaac, but where are we going to fight it? Out there in that red desert? ' Felbaac cut across the rising murmurs of agreement with Dwynaar. 'It's our own souls we have to nurture for now.

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