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The Hollow Men
The Hollow Men
Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companion(s): Ace
Main enemy: Jerak
Main setting: Hexen Bridge, 2000s
Key crew
Publisher: BBC Books
Writer: Keith Topping and Martin Day
Release details
Release number: 10
Release date: 6 April 1998
Format: Paperback Book; 20 Chapters, 284 Pages
ISBN 0-563-40582-1
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The Hollow Men was the tenth BBC Past Doctor Adventures novel. It featured the Seventh Doctor and Ace. It was the second Seventh Doctor and Ace novel of the PDA range.

Publisher's summary Edit

The village was cursed centuries ago, but only now is the alien evil beginning to revive...

The children of Hexen Bridge are gifted and clever, but insanity and murder follow in their wake. The Doctor has a special interest in the village, but on his return to England in the early twenty-first century, events seem to be escalating out of control.

Kidnapped and taken to Liverpool, the Seventh Doctor realises that developments in Hexen Bridge have horrifying repercussions for the rest of the country. Ace is left in the village, where small-minded prejudices and unsettled scores are flaring into violence.

As scarecrows fashioned from the bodies of the recent and ancient dead stalk the country lanes around Hexen Bridge, a sinister dark stain is spreading over the surrounding fields. And as the fierce evil grows ever stronger, can the Doctor and Ace prevent it from engulfing the entire world?

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Diseases Edit

  • Shanks believes the chemical being pumped into the water supply is a cure for CJD and BSE.

Individuals Edit

Notes Edit

  • This book is also available as an ebook from the Amazon Kindle store.
  • While the back cover sets this story between The Curse of Fenric and Survival, the fact Perivale is on the Doctor's list seems to indicate it takes place after the latter story.
  • Somewhat of a sequel, this story is related to the television story The Awakening.
  • The story seems to date The Daemons to 1971.
  • This story takes place in "the early years" of the 21st century, with reference made to Tuesday the 17 June. June 17th was a Tuesday only in 2003 and 2008. Another character refers to the Great Drought of '02, so it could be either year.
  • Steven Taylor's name is misspelled as "Stephen."

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