Sarah Jane meets Rose

“I saw things you wouldn’t believe!”
“Try me.”
I’ve met ghosts.
Robots. Lots of robots.
Slitheen. In Downing Street.”
Met the Emperor.
Anti-matter monsters.
Gas-mask zombies.
Real living dinosaurs.
Real living werewolves.
The Loch Ness Monster!

(Presumably the werewolves reference is to the story with Queen Victoria next week?)

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  1. Well you must be thinking a different Srdja Pavlovic book! Unless you think Slobodan Milošević is a time traveller.

    Balkan Anschluss tackles the thorny issue of the disappearance of Montenegro as a sovereign state in the course of and as a result of the First World War, a problem with clear contemporary relevance. In particular, Pavlovic investigates the ambiguous and often troubled relationship between two “Serb states,” Montenegro and Serbia. The ultimate conclusion this book makes is that Montenegro was not so much “liberated” as it was “annexed” by Serbia at the end of World War I and that the people of Montenegro were denied an opportunity to exercise self-determination according to internationally recognized norms.

    The fact that Trifkovic has visted Canada many times since 1995 rather points a conspiracy against him.

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