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The Sword of Forever (New Adventures) Paperback – 18 Jun 1998


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Since the Inquisition destroyed the order of the Knights Templar in 1307, their most precious possession has remained hidden. Now, 26th-century archaeologist Bernice Summerfield has uncovered a clue, etched on a human skull, that may reveal the hiding place of this long-sought-after treasure.

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Frustratingly brilliant, brilliantly frustrating 6 May 2000
By Bradley James Schmidt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The Sword of Forever is probably the NA which really severes the ties connecting Bernice Summerfield's adventures to the Doctor's - in style and substance. It's a *large* novel, with large, mindboggling concepts set with expansive sweeps of Mortimore's destructive pen over many locations and times. It's grim, course: it's by Mortimore. It's not atypical of his work, so prepare to be depressed a la Blood Heat or Eternity Weeps. And if you liked that feeling, you'll like Sword of Forever.
As if in repentance for being so damn harsh to Benny and Jason's marriage, Mortimore sees Bernice wedded again. It's mysterious in a universe-threatening way. Which would be even better if it were resolved with less of said mystery.
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