Kim Murphy Murphy itibaren Padasuka, Cimenyan, Bandung, West Java, Endonezya
The whole of the fourth Bernice Summerfield series relies pretty heavily on continuity, both with Classic Who and with previous audios. Death and the Daleks is, as I understand it, the audio sequel to a Bernice spinoff short story collection, Life During Wartime, in which the Braxiatel collection has been occupied by a military regime called the Fifth Axis which appears to be led by Benny's father. It is greatly to Paul Cornell's credit that despite the fact that the audio starts effectively in the middle of the story, it is pretty easy to pick up what is happening, even with excursions back to Heaven and various nods to Braxiatel continuity. It's a pretty good account of Daleks, their unwitting human puppets, resistance under occupation, and Benny's personal history coming back to meet her. I think I would have liked it even more if I had read Life During Wartime, which does make me wonder if it is a good idea to build cross-media continuity so strongly into the narrative.