‘The Austen Code’ – Part Four

the austen code

Hello everyone! 🙂

This time, it’s 79 AD, 1797 and 2011 all in one in the city of Bath!

‘The Austen Code’ is now complete on ‘Bradley’s Basement’! If this is your first time, check out ‘Part One’; ‘Part Two’ and ‘Part Three’ first! If you have read the first three episodes of this story, then you should know that ‘The Austen Code – Part Four’ is available!

Here is a link to ‘The Austen Code’ page, as part of ‘The Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ series. ‘Part Four’ is divided into four chapters from Chapters 13 to 16. You can access the chapters by clicking the links on ‘The Austen Code’ page. This also applies to the chapters of ‘Parts One; Two and Three’.

I’m so pleased that I’ve added the first story of ‘The Salvador Trilogy’ in ‘The Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ series to my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog! If you’ve enjoyed reading ‘The Austen Code’, then stay tuned as the next story in the trilogy, ‘Junglos 4198’, will be coming soon in February 2017!

In the meantime, enjoy ‘Part Four’ of ‘The Austen Code’!

Here is a brief summary of what ‘The Austen Code’ is all about.

The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy visit Bath in 2011. They soon meet literary author Jane Austen. Can they save her from the menace of Salvador and water zombies in Bath 1797 as well as in Aquae Sulis 79 AD?


Check out my other stories in ‘The Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ series on my blog!

They include ‘The Railway of Time’; ‘The Space Hotel’‘Doom of the Daleks’ and ‘The Tree of Riverloth’. There’s also ‘The Ghost of Leckwick’, the first episode of the ‘Merry Christmas From The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy’ anthology to check out!

Click on the links to read these stories.

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂

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