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Heart of TARDIS
Heart of TARDIS
Doctor: Second Doctor
Companion(s): Jamie, Victoria
Featuring: Fourth Doctor, Romana, K9
Main enemy: The Jarakebeth
Main setting: Earth, June, 20th century
Key crew
Publisher: BBC Books
Writer: Dave Stone
Cover by: Black Sheep
Release details
Release number: 32
Release date: 5 June 2000
Format: Paperback Book, 288 Pages
ISBN 0-563-55596-3
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Heart of TARDIS was the thirty-second BBC Past Doctor Adventures novel. It featured the Second Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon, and Victoria Waterfield, and the Fourth Doctor, Romana I and K9 Mark II. This was the first multi-Doctor novel in the Past Doctor Adventures line up, though in BBC Books' overall publishing line up the most recent multi-Doctor novel was PROSE: Interference - Book One/Interference - Book Two. Unlike previous multi-Doctor stories the Second and Fourth Doctors do not meet in this novel.

Publisher's summary

In the American Midwestern town of Lychburg, something is afoot. Its citizens are being killed in inexpressibly horrible and brutal ways and the police don't have a clue who's responsible. The only suspects are a mysterious and sinister stranger, who calls himself the Doctor, and his young companions Jamie and Victoria.

The Fourth Doctor and Romana, meanwhile, have been summoned by the Gallifreyan High Council. A force has been unleashed into the space/time continuum... a force so unimaginably terrible that it is set to rip the universe itself apart and plunge it into primal, screaming chaos from which nothing will survive.

Of course, since something of this nature happens every other day of the week, the Doctor's really far more interested in finding out what's happened to a close personal friend, who seems to have vanished under mysterious circumstances. And quite right, too. The fate of a universe plunging into foetid and unending chaos can look out for itself for a change...

Plot

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Characters

References

Biology

  • John Benton was exposed to something during his career in UNIT that enables him to hold off the effects of an anaesthetic dart for a short time.

Culture

The Doctor

  • The Second Doctor has small, neat handwriting.
  • The Second Doctor can play the recorder while hanging upside down.

Individuals

Languages

  • Jamie McCrimmon can now write in English although it's broken and spelt phonetically.

Species

  • The Daleks, upon hearing rumours of Collectors present near their system, pretend that their planet had been destroyed.

Technology

Notes

  • The Fourth Doctor sees and hides from the Second Doctor at one point; the two never actually meet.
  • Many of the characters are direct copies of The Simpsons characters in this novel (not the Doctor or any of his companions, of course). However Dr Nick (Dr Rick), Dr Hibbert, comic book guy and others all make noticeable appearances to the Second Doctor. A bartender named "Moe" is mentioned.

Continuity

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