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Tenth Doctor
Fade to Black by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 24] Printer Chapter or Story

1. Chapter 1 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 4] (3315 words)
The second the latch settled, the Doctor turned to the external monitors and watched them walk from between the two buildings and turn left, going toward the nearest of the residence halls. When they were out of his monitor range, he began working the time and space controls.


Standard disclaimers. Thanks to Rosesbud for beta help in later chaps, she's awesomes.

2. Chapter 2 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 2] (2899 words)
“Oh, like you got over it? I seem to recall you molesting my TARDIS to get back to the game station and certain death. And since I learn from my mistakes just how stubborn and petulant the Tyler women can be, I dump her. In Cardiff, Grand Central Station for weird. The Sunnydale of Wales. Captain Wacko’s clown camp of evil and doom... If she isn’t sucked into a hole in the ground and tortured by mole people, killed by zombies or devoured by creatures from the fifth dimension, yes, she’s going to hate me. And no, I don’t think she’s going to get over it.”

3. Chapter 3 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 2] (4090 words)
Stopping in her tracks, she called out loudly, “are you as bored as I am, Jack Harkness? You’d have to be, to follow me for this many hours.”

4. Chapter 4 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 3] (2190 words)
Finding a bloody handprint on a window, he knew he was going in the right direction.

5. Chapter 5 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 2] (3666 words)
Starting at the mention of the bad wolf, Jack grabbed her arm, letting go when she winced. Still not quite as healed as she’d like to let on, he noted. “I’ve seen that name before. Who—what is the Bad Wolf?”

6. Chapter 6 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 2] (3129 words)
The TARDIS, which had been parked on solid ground, jolted suddenly, and he was thrown backward, the doors slamming shut. Everything grew cold, that light encompassing the ship, blotting out his vision. There was only one thought in his head before the pain became too unbearable; the wall of light and the ghost shifts.

7. Chapter 7 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 1] (2814 words)
“Look at it this way,” Jack stated as pleasantly as possible. “You’re not giving up any information about the Doctor because you obviously care about him, and I died for him, so I think we’re probably on the same side.”

8. Chapter 8 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 4] (2792 words)
Rose’s heart sunk to her stomach, seeing the police box. They’d succeeded. Torchwood had wanted to pull matter through the Void, and they’d done it. They’d done it and they’d caught the prize fish.

And since I haven't said so in a few chapters--thanks to Rosesbud for beta awesomes

9. Chapter 9 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 1] (3336 words)
The man stood up straight, a tight smile of satisfaction playing across his face. “Your hour is up.”

10. Chapter 10 by spastasmagoria [Reviews - 3] (3911 words)
Rose had been pulling her other arm free, dragging the cuffs behind her, when she heard the Doctor scream out in pain. The man landed on the ground at the Doctor’s feet, revealing a small metal handle, like a dentists’ instrument, protruding from the Doctor’s shoulder, just below the collarbone.



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