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The Servants of Wokir

Author Guy Blythman has let Kasterborous know that his latest Doctor Who story, The Servants of Wokir – which is a full novel, available to read for free from his website.

The story features the Fourth Doctor and is the UNIT send-off story that we never got to see on television. As the Doctor returns to hep UNIT for one last, he comes up against Neo Nazis and a Germanic God which is actually a vicious entity from another dimension and is helped by the Brigadier, Sergeant Benton and Sarah Jane Smith. The adventure also features appearances from Harry Sullivan and the lovely Bessie.

Set between The Seeds of Doom and The Masque of Mandragora, Blythman describes the story as:

“What we never, unfortunately, saw on screen, a proper UNIT write-out story.”

As well as this wonderful free offering, Guy’s site also offers The Bestiary of Doctor Who, which looks at every alien or sinister thing that has ever appeared in the classic series of Doctor Who. Originally included in the fanzine The Doctor’s Recorder. Guy hopes to expand on this list in the future.

Blythman is already a published author and his first novel, Eye Of The Sun God, is available through either Amazon or from the publishers themselves, Authors Online. Described as the first in the series of political thrillers, Guy states that it owes a lot to Doctor Who in sprit, with “Department X5” being very similar to UNIT.

The work on this website is excellent and the stories are well worth checking out so go to www.guyblythman.com and have a look today!


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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