|Featuring:||Captain Jack Harkness|
|Main enemy:||Gareth Portland|
|Main setting:||Cardiff, October 2008|
|Release date:||20 November 2008|
|Format:||Hardcover Book, ?? Pages|
|BBC Torchwood novels|
|Something in the Water||SkyPoint|
Pack Animals was the seventh release in the BBC Torchwood Novels series.
Publisher's summary Edit
Shopping for wedding gifts is enjoyable, unless like Gwen you witness a Weevil massacre in the shopping center. A trip to the zoo is a great day out, until a date goes tragically wrong and Ianto is badly injured by stolen alien tech. And Halloween is a day of fun and frights, before unspeakable monsters invade the streets of Cardiff and it's no longer a trick or a treat for the terrified population.
Torchwood can control small groups of scavengers, but now someone has given large numbers of predators a season ticket to Earth. Jack's investigation is hampered when he finds he's being investigated himself. Owen is convinced that it's just one guy who's toying with them. But will Torchwood find out before it's too late that the game is horribly real, and the deck is stacked against them?
to be added
- Captain Jack Harkness
- Gwen Cooper
- Toshiko Sato
- Owen Harper
- Ianto Jones
- Rhys Williams
- Gareth Portland
- Father Ninian
- Mrs Wendle
- Miss Bullivant
- David Brigstocke
- Jenny Bolton
- Daniel Pugh
- Harold Schoonhover
- Shana Bolton
- Malcolm Berkley
- Lloyd Maddock
- Jennifer Portland
- Chris Portland
- Matt Portland
- Martina Baldachi
- The Torchwood taxi account is in the name of Dr John Smith.
- Wanarian battle cruisers
- Jack dies four times.
- Torchwood Three had captured a Vredosian.
- While performing triage at the bus crash, Owen must instruct uninjured passengers in taking pulses because he cannot feel a pulse, yet in TV: From Out of the Rain he is able to determine that one of the Night Travellers' victims still has a pulse.
- This book is also available as an ebook from the Amazon Kindle store.
- Reference is made to a Space Whale (TV: Meat) and Henry John Parker (TV: A Day in the Death) and vague reference is made to Tosh preparing 'something' to help Torchwood in case she is longer around. (TV: The Stolen Earth)
- Jack catches Tosh preparing her final message. (TV: Exit Wounds)
- Banana Boat, Rhys' best man, (TV: Something Borrowed) had been arrested in Lanzarote for selling counterfeit CDs. It was thanks to Ianto that he was released and allowed back home.