The Infinity Doctors

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BBC Worldwide, 1998 - Fiction - 280 pages
11 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)

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Without explaining which Doctor is the protagonist, this novel felt so true to the character it made me smile and worry about the man behind this great story. Read full review

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

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Interesting character study of the Doctor in one of his incarnations (unspecified). This involves extended meanderings of the consequences of time travel, what, exactly the Time Lords are supposed to ... Read full review

About the author (1998)

Lance Parkin has written many books about Doctor Who, both fiction and nonfiction. These include "The Dying Days", (much sought after by collectors, having sold out of its print run before the official release date), the BBC's 35th-anniversary novel "The Infinity Doctors", the best-selling "Gallifrey Chronicles", and the new-series novel "The Eyeless". He is also the creator and co-author of "AHistory", a giant timeline of "Doctor Who"that has been in print for nearly 20 years.

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