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A physician Who novel set on an island within the East Indies, the place alien forces are collecting in a misplaced urban buried deep within the center of the rain wooded area, wanting to collect what will be the deadliest weapon in production. The general practitioner and Sam stroll into the center of the strangest public sale in historical past.
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His fingers flew across the console, coaxing and cajoling the controls until the pixscreen gave him a visual representation of the biodata inside the security system. The invite cards had been designed to take surface traces from the bidders and transmit the information back to the City’s datacore, so the biodata of all those who should have been attending the auction was kept in memory. Qixotl watched the information waltz across the screen. Most of the biodata was human. The two UNISYC reps, the Faction Paradox people (human-plus), Homunculette (human-plus-plus-plus-plus)...
Trask, though... it wasn’t as if there was anything physically wrong with the man, as such. If you saw a photo of him, you’d think he was perfectly normal. It was only when you saw him, in the flesh, that you realised. The signals he gave off. The zombie body language. He didn’t move like a living thing. Mainly because he wasn’t a living thing. Mr Qixotl steeled himself, then walked up to the doorway of Trask’s room. ‘Afternoon, Mr T,’ he said, trying to sound cheery. ’ Trask was sitting on the bed, a skeletal smile fixed on his face.
He’d hustled the two humans into the cocktail lounge, the female looking decidedly green around the glands. He’d left them there with a complimentary bottle of something he didn’t think they’d find too toxic, saying he’d formally introduce them to the others soon, and assuring Kortez that yes, actually, the chairs were exactly what they seemed. Mr Qixotl skidded to a halt in the guest-room corridor. Yeah, OK, so maybe the human woman had a point. Trask wasn’t an easy entity to deal with, not by anyone’s standards.
Alien Bodies (Dr. Who: Eighth Doctor Adventures, Book 6) by Lawrence Miles