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Imperial Moon (Doctor Who)

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The TARDIS materializes on the far side of the moon and the time safe alarm goes off. Inside is a diary kept by a Captain Richard Halliwell, describing his mission from Earth to the Moon — in the year 1878. The TARDIS returns to 1878 where the Doctor meets up with the expeditions and the remains of the massacred team member are discovered. The Doctor must find the alien creature responsible for the murder and solve why there is no record of Victorian space travel.

Synopsis:

A fifth Doctor and Turlough novel in which the TARDIS materializes on the far side of the moon. The year is 1878, and the Doctor meets up with an expedition led by Captain Richard Halliwell. Why does history hold no record of Victorian space travel?

Product Details

ISBN:
9780563538011
Author:
Bulis, Christopher
Publisher:
Libri
Subject:
General
Subject:
Fiction
Subject:
Science fiction
Subject:
Science Fiction - Series
Subject:
Doctor Who (Fictitious character)
Edition Description:
BBC Paperback
Series:
Doctor Who (Paperback)
Publication Date:
August 2000
Binding:
Mass Market Paperbou
Language:
English
Pages:
283
Dimensions:
6.99x4.39x.79 in. .36 lbs.

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Imperial Moon (Doctor Who)
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"Synopsis" by , A fifth Doctor and Turlough novel in which the TARDIS materializes on the far side of the moon. The year is 1878, and the Doctor meets up with an expedition led by Captain Richard Halliwell. Why does history hold no record of Victorian space travel?
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