Review

Doctor Who - The Twin Dilemma

“The Twin Dilemma” marks the Sixth Doctor’s debut. Together with him there’s his companion Peri. It’s a four parts story written by Anthony Stevens and directed by Peter Moffatt.

The Dosadi Experiment by Frank Herbert (Italian edition)

The novel “The Dosadi Experiment” by Frank Herbert published in 1977 is set in the same universe as “Whipping Star”. The protagonist is once more the saboteur extraordinary Jorj X. McKie who, while working for the BuSab, discovers that the planet Dosadi hosts a secret experiment carried on by a Gowachin faction with help from members of other species.

The novel “Whipping Star” by Frank Herbert published in 1970 is set in a far future where human kind and other intelligent species formed a common organization called ConSentiency. The protagonist Jorj X. McKie is a saboteur extraordinary from the BuSab who is investigating the disappearance of the Calebans, one of the intelligent species who some time earlier had offered the other species the use of jumpdoors to let them travel instantly anywhere in the universe.

The Dreaming Void by Peter F. Hamilton

The novel “The Dreaming Void” by Peter F. Hamilton is the first volume of the Void trilogy, set in the same universe as Hamilton’s previous novels “Pandora’s Star” and “Judas Unchained” but more than a millennium later.

Shadrach in the Furnace by Robert Silverberg (Italian edition)

Robert Silverberg’s novel “Shadrach in the Furnace” was published for the first time in 1976. This novel is set in 2012 in a world united under a dictatorship led by Genghis II Mao IV Khan, who established his capital city in Ulan Bator.