[Reading] ➾ Amorality Tale By David Bishop – Peakpopa.info


Amorality Tale When Gangster Tommy Ramsey Is Released From Prison, He Is Determined To Retake Control Of His East End Territory But New Arrivals Threaten His Grip On Illegal Activity In The Area An Evangelical Minister Is Persuading People To Seek Redemption For Their Sins A New Gang Is Claiming The Streets And A Watchmender Called Smith Is Leading A Revolt Against The Ramsey Mob S Protection RacketWhen Tommy Strikes Back At His Enemies, A Far Terrifying Threat Is Revealed Within Hours The City S Air Turns Into Nerve Gas And Thousands Succumb To The Choking Fumes London Is Dying An Adventure Set In S London, Featuring The Third Doctor As Played By Jon Pertwee And His Companion Sarah Jane Smith



10 thoughts on “Amorality Tale

  1. says:

    The Great Smog is one of those semi forgotten parts of recent London history Industrial smoke combined with smoke from the stoked up home fires of the populous, keeping themselves warm in a particularly cold winter, creating a smog that cost the lives of an estimated 12,000 citizens It would be a great setting for a novel It would be a great setting for a Doctor Who novel Unfortunately, this Doc


  2. says:

    A really creepy tale with The Third Doctor and Sarah Jane Set amongst the backdrop of the London smog and West End gangs, Bishop wonderfully transports the read back to the 1950 s.A great Doctor Who novel.


  3. says:

    When Sarah Jane Smith discovers a picture from 1952 of the Doctor shaking hands with an East End mob boss, the two travel back in time to investigate events They arrive in a London on the eve of an environmental disaster and a neighborhood on the brink of a turf war But who is organizing the homeless young men into a new gang And how is it related to the American priest whose sermons are galvanizing the


  4. says:

    I don t think Doctor Who likes the 1950s It s understandable really the show was created in the 1960s and was a product of its time Let s face it, the 60s were a reaction against the 50s, so wherever a story is set in that decade, we re treated to a remarkably similar look and feel the threat of WW2 may have abated, but the atmosphere is repressive, depressing and dark The TV episode The Idiot s Lantern is


  5. says:

    This novel pairs up the Thrid Doctor Jon Pertwee with Sarah Jane Smith Elozabeth Sladen Although Sarah Jane was only with the Third Doctor for one season, they really make a good pair There are lots of great scenes between the two of them.The story is a average Dr Who story entertaining, with a good feel of the era it is set in just after World War II in London.Recommended for any Dr Who fan but strongly recomm


  6. says:

    A wonderfully chilling tale set in a not too distant past, with plenty of morbidity and dark imagery.


  7. says:

    This story was bound to become one of my favorites It had so many elements working in it s favor it features my top favorite Doctor 3rd and 5th share that status for me , it is a Historical setting, set in a period that I find fascinating the break between old school and modernity, and it involves a real historic mystery even one I ve worked with myself at University Plus it took place in the area of London that I ve l


  8. says:

    The story is an interesting premise, and as one of DR3 s last is quite sombre Violent East End gangsters don t sit well with classic Dr Who and wouldn t make it into the series, but its a period in recent history well worth a visit Like the best historical stories, its plot hangs around a real event the London smog deaths of 1952 and hangs an alien invasion behind it The story flags and gets a bit repetitive in the middle


  9. says:

    A great read I felt that a couple of lines in the last chapter didn t fit the story as a whole and am trying to erase them from my memory, but otherwise a very enjoyable read.


  10. says:

    The book starts a bit slow but once the story takes off you wouldn t want it to end.


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About the Author: David Bishop

David James Bishop is a New Zealand screenwriter and author He was a UK comics editor during the 1990s, running such titles as the Judge Dredd Megazine and 2000 AD, the latter between 1996 and the summer of 2000.He has since become a prolific author and received his first drama scriptwriting credit when BBC Radio 4 broadcast his radio play Island Blue Ronald in June 2006 In 2007, he won the PAG