Doctor Who The Fall of Yquatine Yquataine cultural political and economic center of the Minerva System A planet with a month to live Fitz knows He was there when Yquataine fell Now trapped a month in the past he doesn t know if t

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Fall of Yquatine
  • Author: Nick Walters
  • ISBN: 9780563555940
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Yquataine cultural, political and economic center of the Minerva System A planet with a month to live Fitz knows He was there when Yquataine fell Now, trapped a month in the past, he doesn t know if the Doctor survived He doesn t know where Compassion has gone He doesn t know who the invaders will be But he does know the date and time when he will die with the millYquataine cultural, political and economic center of the Minerva System A planet with a month to live Fitz knows He was there when Yquataine fell Now, trapped a month in the past, he doesn t know if the Doctor survived He doesn t know where Compassion has gone He doesn t know who the invaders will be But he does know the date and time when he will die with the millions of others The Doctor teams up with Lou Lombardo part time dodgy temporal gadget salesman and full time pie seller Compassion is lost in time and space And Fitz is living out his final days working in a seedy cocktail bar, where he meets Arielle, the President s runaway girlfriend But is she really the best person to shack up with As the Doctor tries to talk sense into the politicians and soldiers, and Compassion tries to avert the war, Fitz is about to discover that things can only get worse.

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    531 thoughts on “Doctor Who: The Fall of Yquatine”

    1. Loved the alien culture stuff, less enthused about Fitz's general approach to women, or the DEATH AND DISASTER! ending. Also needed more female speaking roles, but was a lot better on this than the next book. Last space adventure for a while I think. (I'm catching up on my backlog of reviews for these books!).


    2. The 8th Doctor and two of my favorite book companions, Fitz Kreiner and Compassion (now functioning as the Doctor's TARDIS), arrive in the Minerva System on the planet of Yquatine just in time to witness it's destruction. In the interest of avoiding the Time Lords, the Doctor fits Compassion with a black market randomizer he bought from a pie salesman and it fuses with her and puts her in quite a huff. How the hell did he not see that coming? Anyway, about that time, doom starts raining from the [...]


    3. Now this was a great Doctor Who outing! The eighth Doctor has returned to the center of the Minerva System (you don't have to know anything about his previous visit there) a month before the system is destroyed. He is separated from his two companions, Fitz (a human) and Compassion (the TARDIS--don't ask, just roll with it). The Doctor lives through the apocalypse with the surviving species, while his companions get shot into Minerva's past, with Fitz stranded there and Companion abandoning him. [...]


    4. nwhytevejournal/1961762Doctor Who attempts to take on Babylon Five, just a little, in Yquatine, a world where humans and various alien species coexist in uneasy alliance. Except that when the Doctor arrives, it all gets destroyed, and then Fitz is warped back a couple of weeks and falls in love with the President's girlfriend as planetary doom approaches. Several ideas from this book also popped up in last year's TV Who, including the shape-shifting entities which deceptively contain the very pe [...]


    5. The Doctor fits Compassion with a randomiser, she is not happy. Meanwhile, the planet they are on is under attack and they can't use the TARDIS to escape. Fitz ends up on his own in the past, not able to tell anybody what is going to happen. The Doctor tries to save those left after the invasion. This is a surprisingly good character based story. The plot has enough twists to keep you interested, though again I wonder exactly how much pain Fitz can cope with before he goes mad. It is a tradition [...]


    6. I enjoyed this book. Doctor, Fitz and Compassion arrive on Yquatine to get a Randomiser for Compassion, that way the can keep a step ahead of the Time Lords, except Compassion is non to happy about that. At the same time Yquatine is invaded by an unknown enemy.I liked this one, We had equal time with the books namesake and the companions. Unfortunately they were pretty much impotent in the whole affair. Fitz spent most of the time in Jail, The Doctor spent most of his time trying to get people t [...]


    7. This is a gem of a find, not to mention a love letter to Fitz Kreiner, arguably the Eighth Doctor's best companion in print. The villain of the piece takes a backseat to some clever writing, with Fitz trapped in the past on a planet he knows will be destroyed in a month, and the Doctor in the future, struggling with bureaucracy and the usual warmongers. It works not only as a "Doctor Who" story, but as a piece of science fiction in general. Ignore the banal cover and track down a copy; mandatory [...]



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