Torchwood

Torchwood

Trace Memory

Book - 2008
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At Tiger Bay, Cardiff, in 1950, as a crate is offloaded by a group of local dockers, it explodes, killing all but one of them: Michael Bellini. Fifty-eight years later, a radioactive source somewhere inside the Hub leads Torchwood to discover the same Michael Bellini, still young and dressed in his 1950s clothes.
Publisher: London : BBC, 2008.
ISBN: 9781846074387
184607438X
Branch Call Number: SCIENCE FICTION
Characteristics: 251 p. ;,21 cm.
Additional Contributors: British Broadcasting Corporation
Alternative Title: Trace memory

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BakerStreetIrregular May 09, 2012

I actually find reading the books way more enjoyable than watching the show. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE Torchwood, but sometimes the characters (mainly Gwen) get a bit annoying, and reading the books I found the characters to be much less annoying.

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pdeschamps
Jul 29, 2010

LOVE the TV series was DELIGHTED when I saw the books. They read like the show.
In the particular one the ending was a bit.... odd.
But the stories are pure sci-fy and that is why we read them. Jack is the best!! Gwen - she just holds the entire thing together.

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iantonia
Dec 28, 2009

Best Torchwood novel? Probably. Shows you some character's past which in never a bad thing. You have to stay attentive as there is a lot of twist and turn. I liked the villains.

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