May Books 18) Anachrophobia, by Jonathan Morris

Having bashed his lastest audio, I must say I thought this Eighth Doctor story by Jonathan Morris was excellent, and would make the basis of a good TV episode of New Who: the Doctor and companions turn up to help soldiers of a doomed army fighting against the time winds, which age people to death, trap them in perpetual stasis, or indeed transform their faces into clocks. The focus is very much on the Doctor trying to solve the problem with minimal damage to all concerned. I see that fan opinion is actually rather divided on this one, but I think it’s a hidden classic.