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The Blue Angel
The Blue Angel
Doctor: Eighth Doctor
Companion(s): Fitz, Compassion
Main enemy: Daedalus
Main setting: The Enclave
Key crew
Publisher: BBC Books
Writer: Paul Magrs, Jeremy Hoad
Cover by: Black Sheep
Release details
Release number: 27
Release date: 6 September 1999
Format: Paperback Book, 288 Pages
ISBN 0-563-55581-5
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The Blue Angel was the twenty-seventh BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures. It was written by Paul Magrs and Jeremy Hoad. It was the first novel to feature Compassion as a companion along side Fitz Kreiner and the Eighth Doctor. This novel also featured the second appearance in the EDAs of Iris Wildthyme.

Publisher's summary

This is a story about Winter...

As the Doctor becomes involved in affairs aboard the Federation Starship Nepotist, his old friend Iris Wildthyme is rescuing old ladies who are being attacked by savage owls in a shopping mall.

And, in a cat’s cradle of interdimensional Corridors lies the Valcean City of Glass, whose King Dedalus awaits the return of his Angel son and broods over the oncoming war...

Plot

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Characters

References

The Doctor

  • An incarnation of the Doctor makes a suggested appearance. He is overweight, has a large moustache and dresses in a Napoleon hat, waistcoat and eye patch.

Individuals

Planets

Species

TARDIS

  • Iris pretends her TARDIS has a "bookmark" feature to return to a certain point.

Notes

  • Each chapter title mirror's the first few words of the first sentence...giving chapter 25 the chapter title "Iris made Fitz come..."
  • The Blue Angel's chapters contains instances of metafiction. The chapters which seem to take place within the Obverse reference fictional events as fiction and ask questions about the link between 'reality' and 'fiction' within its own fictional universe.
  • There are also questions (and/or jokes) about Iris Wildthyme's status as a metafictional character.

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