Ghosts of India

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Random House, 2008 - Fiction - 249 pages
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Science fiction. India in 1947 is a country in the grip of chaos - a country torn apart by internal strife. When the Doctor and Donna arrive in Calcutta, they are instantly swept up in violent events. Barely escaping with their lives, they discover that the city is rife with tales of 'half-made men', who roam the streets at night and steal people away. These creatures, it is said, are as white as salt and have only shadows where their eyes should be. With help from India's great spiritual leader, Mohandas 'Mahatma' Gandhi, the Doctor and Donna set out to investigate these rumours. What is the real truth behind the 'half-made men'? Why is Gandhi's role in history under threat? And has an ancient, all-powerful god of destruction really come back to wreak his vengeance upon the Earth? Featuring the Doctor and Donna as played by David Tennant and Catherine Tate in the hit series from BBC Television.

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User Review  - KVHardy - LibraryThing

I love Doctor Who. particularly the Eccleston and Tennant eras, and I've come to like Matt Smith quite well. So of course I wanted to read some Who books... but I didn't enjoy this one, but perhaps it ... Read full review

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User Review  - catfantastic - LibraryThing

The tenth Doctor and Donna Noble travel to India in the year 1947. Half-made men, white “ghosts” without eyes, are abducting people and strange black protrusions are appearing on the sick, causing ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Mark Morris is the author of fourteen novels, including two previous Doctor Who books, and numerous novellas, short stories, articles and reviews, which have appeared in a wide variety of anthologies and magazines. He was born the year that Doctor Who began, but his earliest Who memory, from 1967, is of the Yeti ambling down the mountainside to attack the Det-Sen monastery in The Abominable Snowmen. His website can be found at www.markmorriswriter.com

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