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Doctor Who and the Power of Kroll (novelisation)

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Doctor Who and the Power of Kroll was a novelisation based on the 1978 television serial The Power of Kroll.

Publisher's summary Edit

The huge, octopus-like Kroll lived deep in the swamps of the humid, steamy planet. To the native swamp-warriors, Kroll was an angry, mythical god. To the money-grabbing alien technicians, Kroll was a threat to a profit-making scheme.

In their search for another segment of the Key to Time, the Fourth Doctor and Romana have to face the suspicion of the Lagoon dwellers, the stupidity of the technicians and, finally the power of Kroll ...

THE POWER OF KROLL is a novel in the Key to Time Sequence. Also available THE RIBOS OPERATION, |THE STONES OF BLOOD and THE ANDROIDS OF TARA.

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Chapter titles Edit

  • Prologue
  1. The Swamp
  2. The Gun-Runner
  3. The Sacrifice
  4. The Tunnel
  5. The Thing in the Lake
  6. The Attack
  7. The End of Harg
  8. The Storm
  9. Escape Through the Swamps
  10. The Rocket
  11. Countdown
  12. The Power of Kroll
  • Epilogue

Deviations from televised story Edit

  • A prologue explores the Kroll's feeding cycle.

Writing and publishing notes Edit

  • Then producer John Nathan-Turner expressed the view that he thought the cover artwork poor. The image of Tom Baker on the original edition is taken from his expression after defeating Kroll and obtaining the fifth segment of the Key to Time in the original story.

Additional cover images Edit

to be added

British publication history Edit

First publication:

  • Hardback
W.H. Allen & Co. Ltd. UK
  • Paperback

External links Edit

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