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    • Faction Paradox: Shadow Play

    • By: Lawrence Miles
    • Narrated by: Suzanne Proctor
    • Length: 1 hr and 5 mins
    • Original Recording
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    PRIMEra: Last thirteen million years. Technology: Military (blatant), limited time-awareness. It’s perhaps unwise to think of the Sontarans as a species, as such. A homunculus breed hatched by the million and engineered for full-engagement warfare, the Sontaran military machine is regarded by many time-active cultures as an “occupational hazard”: a force of nature rather than a race, compelled by duty and genetics to acquire new technologies for its endless war effort. It should be remembered, however, that with the backing of a higher power even the crudest of breeds can become something quite different.

    Regular price: $8.52

    • Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles - Helicon Prime

    • By: Jake Elliott
    • Narrated by: Frazer Hines, Suzanne Proctor
    • Length: 1 hr and 20 mins
    • Unabridged
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      5 out of 5 stars 2
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    It's been a long time since Jamie McCrimmon remembered anything about his travels with the Doctor, but his visit to Helicon Prime just won't stay hidden.... But why remember their murder investigation now? Written by Jake Elliott. Directed by Nigel Fairs.

    Regular price: $18.58

    • Faction Paradox

    • Eleven Day Empire
    • By: Lawrence Miles
    • Narrated by: Suzanne Proctor
    • Length: 1 hr and 1 min
    • Original Recording
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      4 out of 5 stars 2
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    Even before the outbreak of the 'War in Heaven', Faction Paradox was regarded as the most unpredictable (and opportunistic) of the time-active powers. Aware of the precarious nature of history - but under no obligation to protect it - while the other Great Houses were still attempting to uphold a “universal order”, the Faction was following its own, far more ambiguous, protocols.

    Regular price: $8.52

    • Faction Paradox: Year of the Cat

    • By: Lawrence Miles
    • Narrated by: Suzanne Proctor
    • Length: 1 hr and 12 mins
    • Original Recording
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      4.5 out of 5 stars 3
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      4.5 out of 5 stars 2
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    Era: Human historical (later period). Technology: Military (self-contained), non-time-active. By the end of the fifth millennium AD, the homunculi created by the human species - clones, cross-breeds, fighting-machines and artificial intelligences of all descriptions - outnumbered humanity by more than thirteen to one: But even so, there were no creations like those of Peking. Heading a 1,000-strong army of individually-crafted automata, the 12 commanders were self-aware embodiments of the oriental zodiac, forged to a strict astrological design, and said to incorporate history itself in their operating program.

    Regular price: $8.52

    • Faction Paradox: Movers

    • By: Lawrence Miles
    • Narrated by: Suzanne Proctor
    • Length: 1 hr and 4 mins
    • Original Recording
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    The demise of Earth was followed by a period in which there was, effectively, no such thing as the human species; a period in which humanity suddenly found itself released from its heritage, with genetic manipulation and vast tracts of space separating the survivors from everything they’d once been.

    Regular price: $8.25

    • Faction Paradox: A Labrynth of Histories

    • By: Lawrence Miles
    • Narrated by: Suzanne Proctor
    • Length: 1 hr and 11 mins
    • Original Recording
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      4.5 out of 5 stars 3
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    It’s now acknowledged that the Great Houses were largely responsible for creating the current shape of history, not simply by interfering in major events (although they may have dabbled) but by engineering the entire framework of history as a single definite structure. What’s less well-known is just how easy it is to access that structure’s foundations. Before the War, it was usual for Great House installations to be linked to the Houses’ “records library”, buried in the framework beneath normal time.

    Regular price: $8.52

    • Faction Paradox: Sabbath Dei

    • By: Lawrence Miles
    • Narrated by: Suzanne Proctor
    • Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
    • Original Recording
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      5 out of 5 stars 4
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      4.5 out of 5 stars 3
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    Right from its creation, the secret intelligence service of Great Britain was touched by a streak of ritual: its initiations were usually occult, its codes based on astrological or alchemical ciphers. When Faction Paradox first entered Earth history in the 1700s, the Service took an immediate interest in the new arrivals’ own ritual practices, and in the inevitable feud between British and Faction agents no single figure was as important as Sabbath.

    Regular price: $8.25