a real world point of view
|Main enemy:||the Timewyrm|
|Main setting:||Kirith, the far future|
|Release date:||October, 1991|
|Format:||Paperback Book, 201 Pages|
|Virgin New Adventures|
|Timewyrm: Exodus||Timewyrm: Revelation|
Publisher's summary Edit
The end of the Universe. The end of everything.
Ace is not impressed. Kirith has all the appeal of a wet weekend in Margate, and its inhabitants look like third-rate Aussie soap stars.
The Doctor is troubled, too: If the Timewyrm is here, why can’t he find her? Why have the elite Panjistri lied consistently to the Kirithons they govern? And is it possible that the catastrophe that he feels impending is the result of his own past actions?
to be added
- The Doctor
- The Grand Matriarch
The Doctor Edit
- The Second Doctor sends his seventh self a warning about the Timewyrm.
- The Grand Matriarch states that the Doctor is "not only a Time Lord".
- The Grand Matriarch is "possessed" by the Timewyrm.
Energy and radiation Edit
- The planet Kirith has high levels of artron energy.
- This is the third novel in the Timewyrm tetralogy.
- In this novel are several flashbacks to the Second Doctor era.
- This is the only novel in the Timeyrm tetralogy not to share its name with a book of the Christian Bible.
- The prologue is a brief summary of the events of TV: Logopolis.
- Ace mentions that she thought she saw an animal in the TARDIS. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible)
- Timewyrm: Apocalypse at the Doctor Who Reference Guide
- The Discontinuity Guide to: Timewyrm: Apocalypse at The Whoniverse
- Bewildering Reference Guide to Timewyrm: Apocalypse