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Tiger Bay, Cardiff, A Mysterious Crate Is Brought Into The Docks On A Scandinavian Cargo Ship, The Kungssangen Its Destination The Torchwood Institute As The Crate Is Offloaded By A Group Of Local Dockers It Explodes, Killing All But One A Young Butetown Lad Called Michael Bellini Fifty Eight Years Later A Radioactive Source Somewhere Inside Torchwood Leads The Team To Discover The Same Michael Bellini, Still Young And Dressed In His S Clothes, Cowering In The Vaults As They Question The Intruder, It Becomes Apparent That Each Of Them Has Met Him In The Past All Of Them Remember Him Talking Incoherently About Terrifying Men In Bowler Hats And Little , But It S Jack Who Remembers Him Best Of All Trace Memory


About the Author: David Llewellyn

David Llewellyn is a Welsh novelist and script writer He grew up in Pontypool and graduated from Dartington College of Arts in 2000 His first novel, Eleven, was published by Seren Press in 2006 His second, Trace Memory, a spin off from the BBC drama series Torchwood, was published in March 2008 Everything Is Sinister was published by Seren in May 2008 He has written two novels for the Doctor Who New Series Adventures The Taking of Chelsea 426, featuring the Tenth Doctor, and Night of the Humans, featuring the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond.In addition to writing novels, Llewellyn wrote the Bernice Summerfield audio play Paradise Frost and the Dark Shadows audio drama The Last Stop for Big Finish Productions.Llewellyn lives in Cardiff.



10 thoughts on “Trace Memory

  1. says:

    A mysterious create is brought to Cardiff in 1953, whilst being unloaded it explodes and kills everyone except Michael Bellini.The Torchwood crew discover Michael in the hub and all realise that they have seen him beforeThe story has plenty of flashbacks and wonderfully explores the teams backstories.


  2. says:

    In 1953, four men agreed to come late to the docks and take one crate from a Swedish ship A huge explosion leaves only one, Michael Bellini, alive The item that was in the crate ended up in Torchwood vaults Present day this same Michael Bellini ends up cowering in the Torchwood basement He wears the same 1950s clothes and he keeps talking about men in bowler hats who seem to follow him everywhere Soon all of them realize they have seen this


  3. says:

    From my blog Quill Caf In accordance with the FTC, I would like to disclose that I purchased this book The opinions expressed are mine and no monetary compensation was offered to me by the author or publisher Michael Bellini is just a local docker doing his job, until the crate he is meant to be retrieving explodes and kills his three co workers Soon he is transplanted into different places in time, with one particular memory The label on the c


  4. says:

    This is the story of Michael, who was seen in different points of time, over the span of years, never in order, and every where that Michael went, death was sure to go This was a good story, sad but good My only complaint is it felt short to me though The jumping between the pasts of different characters, explaining how they all knew this one man who, out of thin air, breached Torchwood and had no idea how or where he was, made it feel almost like


  5. says:

    Oh, I really liked this A lot It was just quiet and haunting and sad and lovely I liked the way the narrative was set up, floating in and out of time The look at Torchwood 1 was terrifying, honestly The characterization was exactly spot on, and the Jack Ianto moments were perfect I love their relationship, and love that Ianto is the one he confided in Oh, and Jack and Michael Those boys broke my heart I really liked the glimpse of Jack in the past, a


  6. says:

    Now this is the type of story I really enjoy My favourite Torchwood trope the flashback is used to wonderful effect Glimpses into everyone s past,insight into Jack s long journey through the 20th century, and a beautiful sense of melancholy and love that permeates the best Torchwood stories, both televised and in prose Extra bonus points for preempting Steven Moffat s idea of the Whipermenexcept these aliens areterrifying This is easily my favourite of


  7. says:

    I haven t been impressed with the Torchwood novels, but I really enjoyed this one The story is cleverly written, and the characters are true to their TV form The author didn t forget that one of the reasons people love Torchwood so much is due to the characters complex relationships, not just the action scenes and goofy innuendos It was a good blend of all Also, this book was properly edited Can t say that for its predecessors.


  8. says:

    An excellent book that would have made an awesome episode featuring a man who becomes unstuck in time very similar to Babylon 5 plot.


  9. says:

    Fifteen Torchwood novels were produced in hardcover by BBC Books, and the quality seems to have been remarkably varied, from the intricate plot to the simple, from characters who felt instantly familiar to viewers, to others where it can be difficult to recognize them as the same Jack, Ianto, Owen, Gwen and Toshiko we saw in the spin off from evergreen favorite Doctor Who I ve read ten of these tie ins, and though some are good SF and others are great Torchwood


  10. says:

    in 1953 3 Cardiff dockworkers are waiting for a mysterious crate labelled Torchwood It explodes 2 of the men are killed but the third, Michael gets laced with Tachyon radiation which causes him to randomly time shift into the pasts and presents of the Torchwwod crew Mean while two very freaky aliens in Bowler hats chase Michael through time always seeming to arrive too late to catch him.This one reminded me a bit of the Tommy episode 2.3 to the last man however ins


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