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Reckless Engineering (novel)

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Reckless Engineering
Reckless Engineering
Doctor: Eighth Doctor
Companion(s): Fitz, Anji
Main enemy: Watchlar
Main setting: Bristol: 1 November 1831, 19 July 1843, 2003
Key crew
Publisher: BBC Books
Writer: Nick Walters
Release details
Release number: 63
Release date: 7 April 2003
Format: Paperback Book; 29 Chapters, 273 Pages
ISBN 0-563-48603-1
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Reckless Engineering was the sixty-third release in the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Nick Walters. It featured the Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner and Anji Kapoor.

Publisher's summary Edit

Reckless Engineering Preview

Comic Preview from DWM 329. Illustration by Mike Collins.

"What right do you have to wipe out a whole reality?"

The history of the planet Earth has become splintered, each splinter vying to become the prime reality. But there can only be one true history.

The Doctor has a plan to ensure that the correct version of history prevails — a plan that involves breaking every law of Time. But with the vortex itself on the brink of total collapse, what do mere laws matter?

From the Bristol riots of 1831, to the ruins of the city in 2003, from a chance encounter between a frustrated poet and Isambard Kingdom Brunel, to a plan to save the human race, the stakes are raised ever higher — until reality itself is threatened.

Characters Edit

References Edit

  • The Eternium is a pocket universe contemporaneous with the mainstream universe.
  • Wildren are created from rapidly aged children.

English railway stations Edit

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to be added

Continuity Edit

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