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Blake's 7: Mediasphere (Blake's 7, #8)

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BRAND NEW STORIES OF THE CLASSIC TV SERIES!

Jonathan Blum and Kate Orman are best known for their co-written Doctor Who novels, including Fallen Gods, which won the 2003 Aurealis Award for best Australian science fiction novel. They live in Sydney.

Mediasphere is set between the TV episodes "Powerplay" and "Volcano."

Look over there. Do you see Dayna in the shadows, instinctively pressed to the wall? Zoom in, study her: the hint of sweat, the tautness of her face, the tightness of her breath. That last moment when she can let the tension show, before she steps out and strikes. She thinks no one can see her yet.

It doesn’t really register until she stops singing, until she stops moving, until the audience erupts into noise. More people are going to see that than were living on the whole planet she grew up on.
And that’s when her knees try to buckle.

Dayna is in the spotlight as the Liberator crew infiltrate the Mediasphere, a space station which produces the Federation’s propaganda and popular entertainment. But who is really controlling the Mediasphere – and scripting a series of deadly encounters for our heroes?

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This title is published by Big Finish Productions and distributed by Untreed Reads.

 
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Pages
147
ISBN
9781781785645
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