Sometime Never... was the sixty-seventh novel in the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Justin Richards, released 5 January 2004 and featured the Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner, Trix MacMillan and Miranda Dawkins.
Publisher's summary Edit
This Week: A hideous, misshapen creature releases a butterfly. Next Week: The consequences of this simple action ensure that history follows its predicted path...
Sometime: In the swirling maelstrom of the Time Vortex, The Council of Eight map out every moment in history and take drastic measures to ensure it follows their predictions. But there is one elemental force that defies their prediction, that fails to adhere to the laws of time and space... A rogue element that could destroy their plans merely by existing.
Already events are mapped out and defined. Already the pieces of the trap are in place. The Council of Eight know when Sabbath will betray them. They know when Fitz will survive the horrors in the Institute of Anthropology. They know when Trix will come to his aid. They know when the Doctor will finally realise the truth.
They know that this will be: Never.
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The Council of Eight and their minions Edit
- An image of the Master is seen in the TARDIS.
- The Doctor once saw a Time Agent in Devon in 1624.
- The Doctor drinks whiskey.
- Octan created the star-killer, a device capable of destroying stars.
- It was "no secret" that Sabbath's allies were originally going to be the Daleks, but copyright issues stopped this from being the case. (DWM 341)
- An agent of the Council of Eight released a butterfly in 1588. This eventually led to a storm being created which sank the Spanish Armada. Octan was killed by the agent accidentally just prior to letting the butterfly go.
- Trix gets the Professor and the boys in touch with Anji and Chloe. (PROSE: Timeless)
- Miranda has united the factions within her empire who were at war when she came to power. (COMIC: Miranda)
- The Doctor mentions the scattering of crystals at the dawn of the universe. (PROSE: Timeless)
- The Council of Eight admits to altering historical events in order to prematurely kill off several of The Doctor's past companions, one of which was Sarah Jane Smith. (PROSE: Bullet Time)
- The Discontinuity Guide to: Sometime Never... at The Whoniverse
- The Cloister Library: Sometime Never...
- Doc Oho's Reviews: Justin Richards InterviewThe Master's stories
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