Doctor Who and the Pirate Planet

Doctor Who and the Pirate Planet The Doctor and Romana head for Calufrax in search of the second segment of the all powerful Key to Time But something blocks their attempts to materialise on the barren ice covered planet When the TA

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  • Title: Doctor Who and the Pirate Planet
  • Author: David Bishop Paul Scoones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Doctor and Romana head for Calufrax in search of the second segment of the all powerful Key to Time But something blocks their attempts to materialise on the barren, ice covered planet When the TARDIS does materialise it is not on Calufrax but on the affluent world of Zanak, controlled by the Captain s harsh regime.What is the secret behind Zanak s bountiful mines anThe Doctor and Romana head for Calufrax in search of the second segment of the all powerful Key to Time But something blocks their attempts to materialise on the barren, ice covered planet When the TARDIS does materialise it is not on Calufrax but on the affluent world of Zanak, controlled by the Captain s harsh regime.What is the secret behind Zanak s bountiful mines and its unseen leader Who is really pulling the strings among the planet s rulers What happened to Calufrax, and where is the second segment The Doctor, Romana and K9 must battle the ghost of a tyrant ruler from the past and stop Earth becoming the next victim of Zanak the Pirate Planet This is an unofficial and unauthorised fan publication No profits have been derived from this book No attempt has been made to supersede the copyrights held by the BBC or any other persons or organisations Reproduction of the text of this e book for resale or distribution is prohibited.

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    1. I always loved this episode and was disappointed that it was never released for publication. luckily I stumbled across this very good, and apparently well known, fan novelization. The author captures the Who novel style quite well.

    2. The Pirate Planet is one of four remaining stories from the Original Series that has yet to be published (Well actually it will be three since City of Death is being written as I write this), which make this novel the first fan publication that I've ever read. While I've always enjoyed the serial The Pirate Planet (one of a few reasons is for an slight Leela reference in the story); however, this novel loses some of story without too much variation in the overall story. Now, the Target novelizat [...]

    3. In the '80s and '90s, all but five of the serials from the original 26-year run of "Doctor Who" were adapted into novels, which became the key source of reference for an entire generation of fans who grew up in the days when only selected serials were available to purchase (on VHS), and many more were never going to be recovered from oblivion. "The Pirate Planet" is one of the remaining five that were novelised by a New Zealand fan club once it became clear that Douglas Adams had no plans to eit [...]

    4. Bishop adds new dimension to the already larger than life character of the Captain. By allowing the reader into the mind of the Captain, the reader sees the visions he is seeing and sees things that one doesn't see on screen. It is for this and for the truly brilliant story-telling that I can't recommend this story highly enough. Fantastic story, beautifully told.

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