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The Eleventh Tiger
The Eleventh Tiger
Doctor: First Doctor
Companion(s): Barbara, Ian, Vicki
Main setting: China, 1865
Key crew
Publisher: BBC Books
Writer: David A. McIntee
Cover by: Black Sheep
Release details
Release number: 66
Release date: 3 May 2004
Format: Paperback Book, 8 Chapters, 288 Pages
ISBN 0-563-48614-7
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The Eleventh Tiger was the sixty-sixth BBC Past Doctor Adventures novel. It featured the First Doctor, Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright and Vicki Pallister.

Publisher's summary Edit

May you live in interesting times.

The TARDIS crew have seen many different eras. When they arrive in China in 1865, they find banditry, rebellion, and foreign oppression rife. Trying to maintain order are the British Empire and the Ten Tigers of Canton, the most respected martial arts masters in the world.

There is more to chaos than mere human violence and ambition. Can legends of ancient vengeance be coming true? Why does everyone Ian meets already know who he is? The Doctor has his suspicions, but he is occupied by challenges of his own. Soon the travellers must learn that sometimes the greatest danger is not from the enemy, but from the heart.

In interesting times, love can be a weakness, hatred an illusion, order chaos, and ten Tigers not enough.

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Characters Edit

References Edit

The Doctor Edit

  • The Doctor engages in a kung fu duel.

Individuals Edit

Species Edit

  • The Mandragora Helix refers to the Doctor as "Traveller" and is aware of his influence throughout Earth's history.

Notes Edit

  • "'Hell's teeth,' he whispered." This was an expression invented for the show to allow Tegan to have convincingly Australian-sounding swearwords in the television story Logopolis; David McIntee is fond of transplanting it to other cultures.

Continuity Edit

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