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Doctor Who - The Black Guardian Trilogy - Enlightenment

“Enlightenment” is an adventure of the twentienth season of “Doctor Who” classic series, the third of the mini-arc known by the global title “The Black Guardian Trilogy”, which aired in 1983. It follows “Terminus” and it’s a four parts adventure written by Barbara Clegg and directed by Fiona Cumming.

Friday by Robert A. Heinlein (Italian edition)

The novel “Friday” by Robert A. Heinlein was published for the first time in 1982. Friday is an artificial person, the result of genetic engineering. She works as a courier delivering anywhere in the world or close to Earth colonies anything, often very cnfidential information. Her trips are often dangerous so sometimes she must use her physical skills, which are far better than normal to defend herself.

Doctor Who - The Black Guardian Trilogy - Terminus

“Terminus” is an adventure of the twentienth season of “Doctor Who” classic series, the second of the mini-arc known by the global title “The Black Guardian Trilogy”, which aired in 1983. It follows “Mawdryn Undead” and it’s a four parts adventure written by Stephen Gallagher and directed by Mary Ridge.

The Life of the World to Come by Kage Baker (Italian edition)

The novel “The Life of the World to Come” by Kage Baker was published for the first time in 2004. It’s part of the cycle of the Company. Alec Checkerfield was born in the XXIV century and growing up he realizes more and more that he’s different from other people and investigating he discovers how much Dr. Zeus has influenced his life. Blaming the Company as the cause of his and his family’s problems he decides he wants revenge.

Doctor Who - The Black Guardian Trilogy - Mawdryn Undead

“Mawdryn Undead” is an adventure of the twentienth season of “Doctor Who” classic series, the first of the mini-arc known by the global title “The Black Guardian Trilogy”, which aired in 1983 featuring the Fifth Doctor, Tegan, Nyssa and Turlough. It’s a four parts adventure written by Peter Grimwade and directed by Peter Moffatt.