(From the publisher):
'Wanted: attractive young girl (boy may be considered). Must have strong ankles, healthy lungs, and no family ties. Ability to say 'what's that, Doctor?' in many different ways a necessity. Bizarre taste in clothes may be an advantage. Must be able to deal with traumatic situations involving life and death with no obvious after effects.'
They didn't always ask to travel with the Doctor. And even if they did, they didn't know what the consequences would be.
Were Ian's travels foretold? What paradoxical conundrums faced the Doctor, Charley and Will Shakespeare in Ancient Troy? And just how difficult is it to get a job when you can't account for a gap of several years on your CV?
Edited by Jacqueline Rayner
The Tip of the Mind by Peter Anghelides
- The Splintered Gate by Justin Richards
- The Man from DOCTO(R) by Andrew Collins
- Apocrypha Bipedium by Ian Potter
- A Boy's Tale by Gary Russell
- Kept Safe and Sound by Paul Magrs
- The Lying Old Witch in the Wardrobe by Mark Michalowski
- Hearts of Stone by Steve Lyons
- Distance by Tara Samms
- Qualia by Stephen Fewell
- Curriculum Vitae by Simon Guerrier
- Notre Dame du Temps by Nick Clark
- The Little drummer Boy by Eddie Robson
- Hidden Talent by Andrew Spokes
- The Canvey Angels by David Bailey
- Balloon Debate by Simon A. Forward
- A Long Night by Alison Lawson
Original title: Short Trips: Companions
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Shared Worlds
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