Doctor Who: Shada

by Douglas Adams, Gareth Roberts

Part of the Doctor Who Series

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Doctor Who: Shada Synopsis

The Worshipful and Ancient Law of Gallifrey is one of the Artefacts, dating from dark days of Rassilon. It wields enormous power, and it must not be allowed to fall into the wrong hands. Skagra - who believes he should be God and permits himself only two smiles per day - most definitely has the wrong hands. Beware Skagra. Beware the Sphere. Beware Shada.

Doctor Who: Shada Press Reviews

'A delight' SFX Magazine

 

'There are moments of glorious Adamsian whimsy here' Sunday Times

 

'Surprising, page-turning, fulfilling, satisfying and faithful to the spirit of that wonderfully gifted author who left us far too young' Doctor Who Magazine

 

'Tom Baker's fourth Doctor is brought fabulously to life, scarf flapping, eyes and teeth flashing as he clowns around making flippant remarks while saving the universe Sun Something of a Holy Grail for a Doctor Who fan' Belfast Telegraph

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ISBN: 9781849903288
Publication date: 31/01/2013
Publisher: BBC Books an imprint of Ebury Press
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781849903288
Publication date: 31st January 2013
Author: Douglas Adams, Gareth Roberts
Publisher: BBC Books an imprint of Ebury Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 416 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, Science Fiction,
Categories: Science fiction,

About Douglas Adams, Gareth Roberts

Gareth Roberts was born in Chesham, Buckinghamshire in 1968. His scripts for Doctor Who on television include 'The Shakespeare Code' (2007), 'The Unicorn And The Wasp' (2008), 'The Lodger' (2010) and 'Closing Time' (2011), and he has also written many scripts for the spin-off series The Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as scripts for programmes as diverse as Emmerdale and Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased). He has written nine previous original Doctor Who novels, and lives in West London.   Douglas Adams was born in Cambridge in 1952, and was educated at Brentwood School, Essex and St John's College, Cambridge, where he read English. As well as ...

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