Castle Extremis - whoever holds it can control the provinces either side that have been at war for centuries. Now the castle is about to play host to the signing of a peace treaty. But as the Doctor and Martha find out, not everyone wants the war to end.
Who is the strange little girl who haunts the castle? What is the secret of the book the Doctor finds, its pages made from thin, brittle glass? Who is the hooded figure that watches from the shadows? And what is the secret of the legendary Mortal Mirror?
The Doctor and Martha don't have long to find the answers - an army is on the march, and the castle will soon be under siege once more...
Featuring the Tenth Doctor and Martha as played by David Tennant and Freema Agyeman in the hit sci-fi series from BBC Television.
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Although Richards works with BBC to match the books to the television show, meaning he often sees scripts and rough cuts of episodes before the public, the larger arcs would likely date the books too much and limit the potential readership, whereas they can currently just be picked up and enjoyed...Apr 12 2013 | Read Full Review of Doctor Who: Martha in the Mirror
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Just as the television series has had an overhaul, so too have the Doctor Who hardback novels, which now boast a new Doctor, a new companion, new fonts and a new logo.Apr 22 2010 | Read Full Review of Doctor Who: Martha in the Mirror
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