The Doctor has arrived on the planet Flydon Maxima, also known locally as 'Despair' since the whole planet is flooding. A scientific base has been monitoring the slow melting of the glaciers and their advanced equipment looks to have been created by Varlos, the Darksmith who created Crystal. But why would Varlos risk visiting this planet? And who is the mysterious Gisella?
The Doctor is in pursuit of the robot Agent and the Eternity Crystal. His travels have taken him to the forbidding planet of Darksmith Collective, Karagula. Before the Doctor can reach the hidden Dark Cathedral, he arrives at a village without any children. It is a mystery that the Doctor must unlock before he can find the Crystal. Will the Doctor solve the mystery and will he find the Crystal before the Darksmiths retrieve it?
"In a fractured Realm, struggling to maintain an uneasy peace after years of civil war and religious tyranny, a 12-year-old orphan and a homicidal goose become the accidental heroes of a revolution"
The next in the series about Dr Who's quest to discover the origins of the Eternity Crystal and the Darksmiths
Series on the doctors journey to discover the origins of the Eternity Cyrstal and the Darksmiths who created it
The Flight of the Silver Vixen is an all-girl space adventure that is at once an action-packed thriller and an exploration of philosophical themes. It begins with a group of wild teenagers from an all-girl planet hijacking a spacecraft and accidentally warping to the other side of the galaxy. It proceeds through deadly battles with space pirates to a landing on another all-girl world where we rapidly discover that something much darker than mere pirates is threatening civilization on many planets.
Yellowcake brings together another ten short stories from this extraordinarily talented writer - each of them fiercely original and quietly heartbreaking.
An ordinary day. An extraordinary occurrence. Suddenly everything has changed. Four people are hypnotised at a local talent show and awaken from their trances to find that everyone they know and love are no longer the people they were. Something happened while they were on stage, something strange and sinister and it's happened to everyone in their village. They no longer know who they can trust. Their friends and family have started referring to them as ‘0.4'. But what does it mean? Is only 0.4 of the population STILL HUMAN?