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* [[Mad Norwegian Press]] published a [[Warlords of Utopia Prologue (short story)|prologue]] to ''Warlords of Utopia'' on their website.
 
* [[Mad Norwegian Press]] published a [[Warlords of Utopia Prologue (short story)|prologue]] to ''Warlords of Utopia'' on their website.
 
* Author [[Lance Parkin]] had the idea for the book around [[1998 (production)|1998]], and when [[BBC Books]] was looking for alternate universe stories, he pitched it as an [[BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures|Eighth Doctor novel]]. In that original pitch, [[Sabbath Dei|Sabbath]] had organised a war between his two perfect societies to reassemble an optimised history of Earth. Parkin intended the dimensional bridges in that pitch to be based off of [[Dalek]] [[time corridor]]s.
 
* Author [[Lance Parkin]] had the idea for the book around [[1998 (production)|1998]], and when [[BBC Books]] was looking for alternate universe stories, he pitched it as an [[BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures|Eighth Doctor novel]]. In that original pitch, [[Sabbath Dei|Sabbath]] had organised a war between his two perfect societies to reassemble an optimised history of Earth. Parkin intended the dimensional bridges in that pitch to be based off of [[Dalek]] [[time corridor]]s.
* The novel's references and use of dimensional corridors strongly implies it is actually a precursor to [[COMIC]]: ''[[The Iron Legion]]''.
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* The novel's references and use of dimensional corridors strongly implies it is actually a precursor to [[COMIC]]: ''[[Doctor Who and the Iron Legion (comic story)|Doctor Who and the Iron Legion]]''.
   
 
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Warlords of Utopia was the fourth novel in the Faction Paradox series.

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Marcus Americanius Scriptor's memoirs of the war between every parallel universe where Rome never fell and every parallel universe where Hitler won the Second World War have long been regarded as the definitive account of that turbulent time.

Scriptor's life story, from his early life among the housesteads of an obscure province to his role in the ultimate confrontation with Nazism, was intimately connected with the major political and social developments of his time. His highly personal record of events was praised even in his own lifetime for its honesty and intimacy, as well as for capturing the scale of a war that consumed thousands of worlds.

This exciting new translation of a classic work of military history is accessible to new readers and existing students of the War alike.

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