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|The Schizoid Earth|
|Main character(s):||Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart|
|Main setting:||Earth, April 1969|
|Publisher:||Candy Jar Books|
|Editor:||Andy Frankham-Allen, Shaun Russell, Hayley Cox|
|Writer:||David A. McIntee|
|Cover by:||Nathan Hudson and Adrian Salmon|
|Release date:||25 September 2015|
|The Forgotten Son||Beast of Fang Rock|
|Read by:||Terry Molloy|
|Release date:||3 May 2016|
Publisher's summary Edit
Lethbridge-Stewart was supposed to be in the mountains of the east, but things didn't quite go according to plan. On the eve of war, something appeared in the sky; a presence that blotted out the moon. Now it has returned, and no battle plan can survive first contact with this enemy.
Why do the ghosts of fallen soldiers still fight long-forgotten battles against living men? What is the secret of the rural English town of Deepdene? Lethbridge-Stewart has good reason to doubt his own sanity, but is he suffering illness or injury, or is something more sinister going on?
Plagued by nightmares of being trapped in a past that never happened, Lethbridge-Stewart must unravel the mystery of a man ten years out of his time; a man who cannot possibly still exist.
- to be added
- Colonel Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart
- Anne Travers
- Professor Edward Travers
- Major James Lethbridge-Stewart
- Lieutenant Ben Knight
- Lieutenant Colonel Walter Douglas
- Major General Oliver Hamilton
- Director Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart
- Larry Greene
- Captain Marianne Kyle
- Corporal Sally Wright
- Maurice Palmer
- Doctor John Angus Mackay
- Doctor Henrietta Beswick
- Sergeant Craig
to be added
- This book contains a foreward by Amanda Haisman.
- This serves as a prequel to TV: Inferno, showing the origin of the Brigade Leader Alastair Lethbridge-Stewart, who comes from a reality in between the Inferno-verse and the normal Earth. In this story he is only fifteen years old, and his journey from one reality to the other costs him his left eye. His first name is spelt with an 'a' - Alastair, unlike the Lethbridge-Stewart from the main reality, which is spelt with an 'i' - Alistair.
- Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart is sent to look into the upcoming concert of Ed Hill, the Revolution Man, at Wembley Stadium. (PROSE: The Revolution Man)
- In the Inferno-verse, it was a young Alistair who died at Golitha Falls, and not James. (PROSE: The Forgotten Son)
- In the Inferno-verse, Professor Travers died in 1935 during his expedition to the Himalayas, and not John Mackay (PROSE: The Abominable Snowmen)
- In the Inferno-verse, Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart never joined the RAF and thus never went MIA in the 1940s. By 1959 he is Director of External Security for the Republic of Britain. (PROSE: The Forgotten Son)
- Marianne Kyle appears in this book as a captain of the Republic Army. She would later reappear in PROSE: The Face of the Enemy after the events of TV: Inferno.