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Return to the Fractured Planet (novel)

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Return to the Fractured Planet
Return to the Fractured Planet
Main character(s): 'The Stratum Seven Agent'
Bernice Summerfield
Featuring: Irving Braxiatel
Main enemy: Sleed
Main setting: Proximan Chain, 2596
Key crew
Publisher: Virgin Books
Writer: Dave Stone
Release details
Release number: 21
Release date: 2 August, 1999
Format: Paperback Book, 238 Pages
ISBN 0-426-20534-0
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Return to the Fractured Planet was the twenty-first Virgin Bernice Summerfield New Adventures novel. It features a return of the Stratum Seven Agent who appeared in The Mary-Sue Extrusion.

Publisher's summary Edit

I gazed up at the smoking hole the bomb had made - and then I realised something was wrong. Benny lay beside me, slack and tangled like a discarded rag doll, unnaturally pale, and unbreathing. She was dead.

Nothing is ever simple, and nothing ever ends. Feed some drugs to laboratory rats and, two hundred generations down the line, the monsters start being born.

The fragile stability of the Dellahan quarantine has been compromised, and something has escaped. Now, a man in the incipient stages of identity-collapse and a dying Bernice Summerfield have to search the byzantine cities of the Proximan Chain for an entity that killed his lover and her friend - an entity that will turn the Chain into its own version of hell.

Plot Edit

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Characters Edit

References Edit

Computers Edit

  • An ARVID appears in one of the Background chapters.

Individuals Edit

  • Benny is still suffering from the Mary-Sue mind wipe she had performed.
  • Benny and the Agent get blown out of a hotel room by a bomb, leaving Benny in a coma.
  • Benny is cured of the Mary-Sue by her interaction with the Sleed brain. However on its way out, the Mary-Sue wiped several of her memories.
  • Elanore Vita Hydrant Summerfield-Kane might be a descendant of Bernice Summerfield and Jason Kane.
  • Chris Cwej goes under the alias Roland Forrester (referencing his dead friend Roz Forrester).

Notes Edit

  • Like The Mary-Sue Extrusion, this is told primarily in first person. However, throughout this novel are chapters entitled "Background", discussing the Stratum Seven Agent. There are also extracts from Bernice Summerfield's diary.

Continuity Edit

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