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Decalog 4 Re: Generations (1997) [Anthology]
by Peter Anghelides Liz Holliday Ben Jeapes Andy Lane Paul Leonard Kate Orman Lance Parkin Justin Richards Richard Salter Gus Smith Alex Stewart Rating: Weighted - 7.9 / Average - 8.0 of 10 (1 votes) (Rate!)
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Series: Doctor Who: Decalog
Part: 4

Summary (From the publisher):


Following in the tradition of three previous highly successful and acclaimed short story collections, DECALOG 4 pushes back the boundaries of the imagination with a new series of ten interlinked tales.

Here for the first time is the complete future history of a remarkable family, the Foresters. Each tale chronicles a different episode in the life of the clan - from their humble roots in twentieth century South Africa, and all through their inexorable rise to control of the galaxy-spanning Earth Empire a millennium later.

As always, the editors have assembled a dazzling array of writing talent, from up-and-coming TV script writers to acclaimed science fiction authors. And, as before, there are the usual contributions from talented new writers.


  • Second Chances by Alex Stewart
  • No-one Goes to Halfway There by Kate Orman
  • Shopping for Eternity by Gus Smith
  • Heritage by Ben Jeapes
  • Burning Bright by Liz Holliday
  • C9H13NO3 by Peter Anghelides
  • Approximate Time of Death by Richard Salter
  • Secrets of the Black Planet by Lance Parkin
  • Dependence Day by Andy Lane and Justin Richards

Original title: Decalog 4 Re: Generations
Original languages: English


Genre: FictionScience FictionShared Worlds
FictionScience FictionPoliticalGalactic Empires

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Edition #1: Decalog 4 Re: Generations

Decalog 4 Re: Generations (1997)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Edited by: Andy Lane Justin Richards
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Decalog 4 Re: Generations (1997)

Format: Paperback
Place of publication: London, UK
Publisher: Virgin Publishing
ISBN: 0426205057
Dimensions: 4.3 x 7.1 x 0.9
Pages: 293

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