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The Room With No Doors
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Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companion(s): Chris
Main enemy: Umemi
Main setting: Japan, 1560
Key crew
Publisher: Virgin Books
Writer: Kate Orman
Release details
Release number: 59
Release date: 20 February 1997
Format: Paperback Book; 30 Chapters, 256 Pages
ISBN 0-426-20500-6
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The Room With No Doors was the fifty-ninth Virgin New Adventures novel. It was the second-last novel in the New Adventures series to feature the Seventh Doctor. It was the last novel to feature just the Seventh Doctor and Chris Cwej pairing.

Publisher's summary Edit

"Dear Doctor," wrote Chris, "I give up."

Swordplay, samurai, demons, magic, aliens, adventure, excitement... Who needs them?

The Doctor and Chris travel to 16th-century Japan, a country gripped by civil war as feudal lords vie for control. Anything could tip the balance of power. So when a god falls out of the sky, everyone wants it. villagers are healed and crops grow far too fast, the Doctor and Chris try to find the secret of the miracles — before the two rival armies can start a war over who owns the god. Chris soon finds himself alone — except for an alien slaver, a time-travelling Victorian inventor, a gang of demons, an old friend with suspicious motives, a village full of innocent bystanders, and several thousand samurai.

Without the Doctor, someone has to take up the challenge of adventure and stop the god from falling into the wrong hands. Someone has to be a hero — but Chris isn't sure he wants to be a hero any more.

Plot Edit

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Characters Edit

References Edit

Biology Edit

  • Regeneration was never meant to be an emergency procedure.

Corporations Edit

  • Caxtarid mining corporations have strip mined several worlds.

Culture Edit

Individuals Edit

  • The death of Liz Shaw weighs heavy on Chris.

History Edit

Organisations Edit

Planets Edit

  • The Caxatrid's home world is the fourth planet of Lalande 21185.

Species Edit

Time travel Edit

  • Penelope Gate's time machine has a Tzun battery powering it.

Notes Edit

  • In a sequence cut from this novel, Wolsey was to have succumbed to the dreams plaguing Chris, meeting three other cats in the TARDIS: black, white and red, representing the three gods of Gallifrey. They are joined by the rose-woman later to appear in Lungbarrow.[1]

Continuity Edit

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Footnotes Edit

  1. DWM 252 (Licence to Kill p.28)


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