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Anachrophobia
Anachrophobia
Doctor: Eighth Doctor
Companion(s): Fitz, Anji
Main enemy: Clock People
Main setting: A colony world, Plutocratic Empire
Key crew
Publisher: BBC Books
Writer: Jonathan Morris
Release details
Release number: 54
Release date: 4 March 2002
Format: Paperback Book; 12 Chapters, 288 Pages
ISBN 0-563-53847-3
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Anachrophobia was the fifty-fourth novel in the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Jonathan Morris. It featured the Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner and Anji Kapoor.

Publisher's summary Edit

Imagine a war. A war that has lasted centuries, a war which has transformed an entire planet into a desolate No Man's Land. A war where time itself is being used as a weapon.

You can create zones of decelerated time and bring the enemy troops to a standstill. You can create storms of accelerated time and reduce the opposition to dust in a matter of seconds.

But now the war has reached a stalemate. Neither the Plutocrats nor the Defaulters have made any gains for over a hundred years.

The Doctor, Fitz and Anji arrive at Isolation Station Forty, a military research establishment on the verge of a breakthrough. A breakthrough which will change the entire course of the war.

They have found a way to send soldiers back in time. But time travel is a primitive, unpredictable and dangerous business. And not without its own sinister side effects...

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  • The cover is similar to a sketch of Romana II seen in the television story City of Death.
  • According to fellow series author Jonathan Blum, Morris has said that the clock-faced men in the story are meant to be Faction Paradox, although this is not made explicit in the text.

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