Doctor Who by Mike Tucker
The Silurian Gift (Quick Reads 2013)

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Synopsis

‘My new Fire-Ice will solve all the problems of the planet!’



The world is on the brink of crisis. As fuel runs short, society begins to break down. One man seems to have the answer. But is it too good to be true?



The Doctor arrives at an old oil refinery near the South Pole, concerned by claims about this new form of energy. He soon discovers something huge and terrifying is stalking the refinery. It brings death and destruction in its wake.



The battle has begun for planet Earth.



A thrilling, all-new adventure, featuring The Doctor as played by Matt Smith in the spectacular hit series from BBC Television


 

About Mike Tucker

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Mike Tucker has written (or co-written) ten Doctor Who books, as well as a number of Merlin novels and non-fiction titles. He is also a designer of visual effects who has worked on the show off and on for over twenty years. Mike shares his workshop at Ealing Studios with several Daleks.
 
Published February 1, 2013 by BBC Digital. 112 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Review: Doctor Who - The Silurian Gift (Quick Reads) / Author: Mike Tucker / Publisher: BBC Books / Release Date: Out Now'An army of Myrkhas was waking!' A sentence guaranteed to send cold shivers up and down the spines of those long-time Doctor Who devotees who still have nightmares about the pa...

Jan 31 2013 | Read Full Review of Doctor Who: The Silurian Gift...

SciFi Online

While Martha struggles to help with an infection that is sweeping through the dome, the Doctor discovers an alien threat that has lain hidden since the last ice age - a threat that is starting to thaw...

Apr 10 2008 | Read Full Review of Doctor Who: The Silurian Gift...

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