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The Tomorrow Windows
The Tomorrow Windows
Doctor: Eighth Doctor
Companion(s): Fitz Kreiner, Trix
Main enemy: Ceccecs, Martin
Main setting: Earth, 2004; Gadrahadradon; Shardybarn; Utopia; Valuensis; Estebol; Minuea
Key crew
Publisher: BBC Books
Writer: Jonathan Morris
Release details
Release number: 69
Release date: 7 June 2004
Format: Paperback Book; 28 Chapters, 288 Pages
ISBN 0-563-48616-3
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The Tomorrow Windows was the sixty-ninth novel in the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Jonathan Morris. It featured the Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner and Trix MacMillan. It was notable for referencing many past stories, both televised and from other media.

Publisher's summary Edit

Tomorrow Windows Comic Preview

Comic Preview from DWM 344. Illustration by Mike Collins.

There's a new exhibition at Tate Modern — "The Tomorrow Windows".

The concept is simple: look through a Tomorrow Window and you'll see into the future. You'll get "the Gist of Things to Come". According to the press pack, the Tomorrow Windows exhibition will bring about an end to war and suffering.

Which is why someone decides to blow it up.

Investigating this act of wanton vandalism, the Doctor, Fitz and Trix visit an Astral Flower, the show-world of Utopia and Gadrahadradon — the most haunted planet in the galaxy. They face the sinister Ceccecs, the gratuitously violent Vorshagg, the miniscule Micron and the enigmatic Poozle. And they encounter the doomsday monks of Shardybarn, the warmongers of Valuensis, the politicians of Minuea and the killer cars of Estebol.

They also spend about half an hour in Lewisham.

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  • Many celebrities make cameo appearances in this novel including Ken Livingstone, J. K Rowling, Jeremy Paxman, Ian Hislop, Stephen Fry and Huw Edwards.
  • The man who would be the Ninth Doctor is not described in much physical detail. The descriptions given regarding his menacing glance were broad and could be applied liberally. At the time of this book's writing, Christopher Eccleston had not yet been announced as the actor who would portray the Ninth Doctor.

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