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Doctor Who: Short Trips: Farewells
by Jacqueline Rayner (Editor), Steven A Roman, Matt Kimpton, Ian Potter, Paul Magrs, Steve Lyons | Science Fiction & Fantasy
Registered by wingDavros-10wing of Lutwyche, Queensland Australia on Sunday, April 29, 2012
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Journal Entry 1 by wingDavros-10wing from Lutwyche, Queensland Australia on Sunday, April 29, 2012

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'After all, who knows, if I go down well, I might even make it my farewell performance.'

Sometimes it's easy to say goodbye — to a friend, to a way of life, to a lover. Sometimes it's heartbreaking. And sometimes they just won't take the hint.

Say hello to 14 stories of goodbyes, as the Fourth Doctor contemplates his mortality after a funeral; a young man goes to murderous lengths to stop Jo Grant from leaving him; the First Doctor considers his flight from Gallifrey; the Fifth Doctor desperately tries to get rid of an unwanted companion - and more.

Contents:

The Mother Road by Gareth Wigmore
Father Figure by Steve Lyons
The Bad Guy by Stephen Fewell
Separation Day by Andy Campbell
The Very Last Picture Show by Andrew Collins
Into the Silent Land by Steven A. Roman
Wake by Jake Elliot
The Velvet Dark by Stewart Sheargold
Life After Quelth by Matt Kimpton
Black and White by John Binns
Curtain Call by Joseph Lidster
Utopia by Darren Sellars
The Wickerwork Man by Paul Magrs
The Three Paths by Ian Potter 


Journal Entry 2 by wingDavros-10wing at Lutwyche Shopping Centre in Lutwyche, Queensland Australia on Saturday, May 12, 2012

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Released 2 yrs ago (5/12/2012 UTC) at Lutwyche Shopping Centre in Lutwyche, Queensland Australia

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