“The Sontaran Experiment” is an adventure of the twelfth season of the “Doctor Who” classic series aired in 1975. It’s a two parts adventure written by Bob Baker and Dave Martin and directed by Rodney Bennett. It features the Fourth Doctor, Sarah Jane and Harry.
The novel “The Santaroga Barrier” by Frank Herbert was published for the first time in the magazine “Amazing Stories” between October 1967 and February 1968. It was published as a book for the first time in 1968.
The novel “Halting State” by Charles Stross has been published for the first time in 2007. It was a finalist for the Hugo and Locus awards in 2008 as the best novel of the year.
The novel “Who?” by Algis Budrys was published for the first time in 1958. It’s set during a Cold War which evolved differently from what really happened since the ’60s. It’s Algis Budrys most famous novel as it was made into a film with the same title.
“No Ordinary Family” has as its protagonists a family which goes on a trip to Brazil where they have an accident where the plane they’re traveling in plunges into the Amazon. They save themselves but they discover that they have developed extraordinary powers. The family members have to learn to live with these powers which start heavily influencing their lives, also forcing them to find a new balance within the family.