The Infinity Doctors

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BBC Worldwide, 1998 - Fiction - 288 pages
5 Reviews
For 20,000 centuries the inhabitants of Gallifrey, Doctor Who's home planet, have been the most powerful race in the cosmos: they are the Lords of Time, and have used their powers carefully. But now a new force has been unleashed that is capable of destroying them. And it is one of their own.

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Review: Doctor Who: The Infinity Doctors (Past Doctor Adventures #17)

User Review  - nzoz - Goodreads

I was excited to read a thoughtful book like this about some of the ideas in doctor who, but this man's writing style is Horrendous. Read full review

Review: Doctor Who: The Infinity Doctors (Past Doctor Adventures #17)

User Review  - Amanda - Goodreads

While I have been a Doctor Who fan since the 80s and I do love some of the more involved plot lines of the series, this book was a bit dry and difficult to get through in spots. The tecnho-babble was ... Read full review

About the author (1998)

LANCE PARKIN has written a fair few novels, was a storyline writer on UK soap Emmerdale for a couple of years, wrote a biography of Alan Moore and writes "Miranda," a creator-owned science fiction comic. Current projects include the last of the BBC Books' regular Eighth Doctor adventures, "The Gallifrey Chronicles," which features an evil talking mule.

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