I love Jim Mortimore’s books. Words cannot adequately express the Campaign . The Doctor and his companions become separated during the years of Alexander the Great’s Persian campaign. With the TARDIS broken down and unusable. A (dis)continuity guide to the Doctor Who story Campaign. Campaign. Campaign cover. Author: Jim Mortimore. Published: October Doctor: First Doctor.

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May 07, N rated it really liked it Shelves: Or in the Great Fire of London. Return to Book Page. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Jim Mortimore, when he wrote Campaign, was as accomplished a Doctor Who writer as one could find during the fifteen campaihn interregnum of Doctor Who. I am not saying that it is brilliant, because it isn’t, it does have a lot of problems, but what I like about it is that is different and it is not afraid to tell the story campaigh an inventive and clever way and for that reason and that reason alone this is a book worth reading.

Doctor Who: Campaign

Refresh and try again. So erm, not rating this one because Somewhere inside Ian’s mind a page turned.

No infringement of any copyright is intended by any part mortomore this site, which is an unlicensed reference and review site. On the other hand, does it result in anything cohesive?

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You may not reproduce any material from this site without the permission of the relevant author s. As with Mortimre of Leavesit loses a lot if read in electronic format; if you want to go for it, thumbing through the physical book will make for a much better experience. Do you own this? The whoniverse logo and design were created by Tom Hey that link is to his band’s site. Were this corporation to cease production of Doctor Who or to go belly up, in effect, Doctor Who stories would cease.


Ca,paign am not talking about fanfiction in the id-vortex sense of stories written to satisfy bizarre authorial kinks.

A very brave attempt to take some of the series’ assumptions to their natural conclusions as far as the literature medium can piggyback them. But if Doctor Who does survive the issue of copyright, it will eventually sustain itself not on the canonical efforts of a corporate-appointed set of producers, but rather in the popular consciousness via independent productions.

Time Can Be Rewritten: Campaign (Jim Mortimore, Self-Published, 2000)

I’m talking about unauthorized explorations of the concept of Doctor Who designed to produce art. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Jasper rated it liked it Apr 26, Nov 11, James added it Shelves: Confusing, annoying, startling, illuminating, wildly imaginative and breathtaking it its scope, though it features the original TARDIS crew it’s very much Ian’s story, well several of him mim.

I have said that there is no inherent reason that Doctor Who ever needs to end. Doctor Who meets House of Leaves. The rights to various characters, alien races, and other fictional elements from the series are owned by the writers who created them.

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What can a ship that is bigger on the inside do with all that space, once it transcends its designers’ blueprints and follows its? No trivia or quizzes yet. Without voice, his body screamed: I can’t work out if this is a book with a fantastic idea and muddled execution, a book with a fantastic idea and an execution that reflects its idea whether cajpaign meets expectations about ‘good writing’, or a book with a fantastic idea jin good execution.

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The only long-term solution to this problem is the solution reached around characters like Tarzan, Sherlock Holmes, and Hamlet – that the concept of Doctor Who enters the public domain.

John Wilson rated it really liked it Apr 05, The site was constructed using Drupal. But at the end mortimoree the day, Campaign is clearly fanfic. Once you have read it you can sort of understand why BBC book refused to publish it in the form that it campain in, but you also wish that it had been campajgn because it really would have been a major kick in the teeth for the books as this was so different to anything else that it had published before, or would publish again.

Campaign is unlike any Doctor Who book that I have ever, or will ever read.

Time and space, murdered! I am torn on this one. Susan, in particular, because jiim so problematic, is also someone that writers have historically loved playing with in retrospect. According to all concerned, the BBC did not commission ‘Campaign’ in the form that Mortimore finally delivered it; he sent them a pitch for a historical novel where the First Doctor met Alexander the Great, which bore absolutely no resemblance to the cajpaign that crossed their desk some weeks later.