Christopher Eccleston - Ninth Doctor

2005


Rose: There's no signal. We're out of range. Just a bit.
The Doctor: With a bit of jiggery pokery...
Rose: Is that a techical term?
The Doctor: Yeah. I came first in jiggery pokery. How about you?
Rose: No. I failed hullabaloo.

Rose and the Ninth Doctor.

BBC Ninth Doctor Adventures

From 2005 BBC Books has produced a range of full length novels featuring the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors, along with his companions, taking them to new adventures and planets that take place in-between the television adventures.

The Clockwise Man by Justin Richards

Published: 2005 BBC Books
Number of Pages: 253
ISBN: 0 563 48628 7

In 1920's London the Doctor and Rose find themselves caught up in the hunt for a mysterious murderer. But not everything is what it seems. Secrets lie behind locked doors and inhuman killers roam the streets.

Who is the Painted Lady and why is she so interested in the Doctor? How can a cat return from the dead? Can anyone be trusted to tell - or even to know, the truth?

With the faceless killers closing, the Doctor and Rose must solve the mystery of the Clockwise Man before London itself is destoyed.

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Winner Takes All by Jacqueline Rayner

Published: 2005 BBC Books
Number of Pages: 245
ISBN: 0 563 48627 9

Rose and the Doctor return to present-day Earth, and become intrigued by the latest craze - the video game 'Death to Mantodeans'. Is it as harmless as it seems? And why are so many local people going on holiday and never returning?

Meanwhile, on another world, an alien war is raging. The Quevvils need to find a new means of attacking the ruthless Mantodeans. Searching the galaxy for cunning, warlike but gullible allies, they find the ideal soldies - on Earth.

Will Rose be able to save her family and friends from the alien threat? And can the Doctor play the game to the end - and win?

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The Monsters Inside by Stephen Cole

Published: 2005 BBC Books
Number of Pages: 253
ISBN: 0 563 48629 5

The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Rose to a destination in deep space - Justicia, a prison camp stretched over six planets, where Earth colnies deal with their criminals.

While Rose finds herself locked up in a teenage borstal, the Doctor is trapped in a scientific labour camp. Each is determined to find the other, and soon both Rose and the Doctor are risking life and limb to escape in their distinctive styles.

But their dangerous plans are complicated by some old enemies. Are these creatures fellow prisioners as they claim, or staging a takeover for their own sinister purposes?

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The Deviant Strain by Justin Richards

Published: 2005 BBC Books
Number of Pages: 288
ISBN: 0 563 48637 6

The Novrosk Peninsula: the Soviet naval base has been abandoned, the nuclear submarines are rusting and rotting. Cold, isolated, forgotten.

Until the Russian Special Forces arrive and discover that the Doctor and his companions are here too. But there is something else in Novrosk. Something that predates even the stone circle on the cliff top. Something that is at last waking, hunting, killing.

Can the Doctor and his friends stay alive long enough to learn the truth? With time running out, they must discover who is really responsible for the Deviant Strain.

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The Deviant Strain by Justin Richards

Published: 2005 BBC Books
Number of Pages: 288
ISBN: 0 563 48637 6

The Novrosk Peninsula: the Soviet naval base has been abandoned, the nuclear submarines are rusting and rotting. Cold, isolated, forgotten.

Until the Russian Special Forces arrive and discover that the Doctor and his companions are here too. But there is something else in Novrosk. Something that predates even the stone circle on the cliff top. Something that is at last waking, hunting, killing.

Can the Doctor and his friends stay alive long enough to learn the truth? With time running out, they must discover who is really responsible for the Deviant Strain.


The Deviant Strain by Justin Richards

Published: 2005 BBC Books
Number of Pages: 288
ISBN: 0 563 48637 6

The Novrosk Peninsula: the Soviet naval base has been abandoned, the nuclear submarines are rusting and rotting. Cold, isolated, forgotten.

Until the Russian Special Forces arrive and discover that the Doctor and his companions are here too. But there is something else in Novrosk. Something that predates even the stone circle on the cliff top. Something that is at last waking, hunting, killing.

Can the Doctor and his friends stay alive long enough to learn the truth? With time running out, they must discover who is really responsible for the Deviant Strain.


The Monsters Inside by Gareth Roberts

Published: 2005 BBC Books
Number of Pages: 251
ISBN: 0 563 48639 2

Somebody s interfering with time. The Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack arrive on modern-day Earth to find the culprit and discover a Neanderthal Man, twenty-eight thousand years after his race became extinct. Only a trip back to the primeval dawn of humanity can solve the mystery.

Who are the mysterious humans from the distant future now living in that distant past? What hideous monsters are trying to escape from behind the Grey Door? Is Rose going to end up married to a caveman?

Caught between three very different types of human being past, present and future the Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack must learn the truth behind the Osterberg experiment before the monstrous Hy-Bractors escape to change humanity s history forever

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The Stealers of Dreams by Steve Lyons

Published: 2005 BBC Books
Number of Pages: 254
ISBN: 0 563 48638 4

In the far future, the Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack find a world on which fiction has been outlawed. A world where it's a crime to tell stories, a crime to lie, a crime to hope, and a crime to dream.

But now somebody is challenging the status quo. A pirate TV station urges people to fight back. And the Doctor wants to help - until he sees how easily dreams can turn into nightmares.

With one of his companions stalked by shadows and the other committed to an asylum, the Doctor is forced to admit that fiction can be dangerous after all. Though perhaps it is not as deadly as the truth

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