Been off all week recovering from this awful virus so I hit the books again. First there was an entirely forgettable Star Trek tome.
Second was this:
Taken from a radio play this book was a bit of a mixed bag. It starts out like something written by Douglas Adams - that semi-surrealistic quirky logic. After that it falls into a standard story with the Doctor & Peri being chased around a space-ship.
Now I couldn't find any reference to which incarnation of the Doctor this was - Peri as the companion (the gorgeous Nicola Bryant) meant two possibilities - Peter Davison or Colin Baker. The characterisation does not seem to fit with either. On-line research tells me the play featured the later Dr Who.
An unsatisfactory book as far as I'm concerned - maybe it worked better on the radio!
Monday 29th February - DBM - Scythians v Assyrians.
Tim subbed for me, partnering Al, versus Chris & Andy. Apparently it was a good game with both sides having opportunities but the dice gods decided condemning Andy with a '1' near the end. A 5:5 draw.
Only two other games were going on - Square Bashing - a board game. No doubt further information will be forthcoming.