All Flesh is Grass was the second of two novels released as part of the Time Lord Victorious series. It was written by Una McCormack and featured the Eighth Doctor, the Ninth Doctor, the Tenth Doctor, Brian, Ikalla, the Daleks and the Kotturuh. It followed on from The Knight, The Fool and The Dead.
A wasteland. A dead world... No, there is a biodome, rising from the ash. Here, life teems and flourishes, with strange and lush plants, and many-winged insects with bright carapaces – and one solitary sentient creature, who spends its days watering the plants, talking to the insects, and tending this lonely garden. This is Inyit, the Last of the Kotturuh.
In All Flesh is Grass we are transported back to The Dark Times. The Tenth Doctor has sworn to stop the Kotturuh, ending death and bringing life to the universe. But his plan is unravelling - instead of bringing life, nothing has changed and all around him people are dying. Now he must confront his former selves - one in league with their greatest nemesis and the other manning a ship of the undead...
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- Tenth Doctor
- Ninth Doctor
- Eighth Doctor
- Dalek Time Commander
- Dalek Prime Strategist
- Dalek Executioner
- Dalek Scientist
- Dalek Symbiont
- Brian's collection of ancient weaponry includes a Racnoss web gun, a Jagaroth warp thruster, Soul Orbs of Grelsh, Uxaerian doomsday particles, a Dæmon heatshield, and a Kastrian barrier.
- A scene from chapter 8 of this novel is an abridged version of the previously released short story Mission to the Known.
- Rose is recovering elsewhere. (COMIC: Monstrous Beauty)
- The Ninth Doctor recalls the Untempered Schism. (TV: The Sound of Drums)
- The Eighth Doctor believes that the Dalek Prime Strategist continues to use a Dalek War Machine out of pride. (COMIC: Defender of the Daleks)
- The three Doctors telepathically unite by uttering "contact". (TV: The Three Doctors)
- The Tenth Doctor explains to his past selves that he was motivated to war against the Kotturuh because of Estinee's demise, (PROSE: The Knight, The Fool and The Dead) noting that the Eighth Doctor can understand being motivated by a child's death. (PROSE: Museum Peace; AUDIO: To the Death)
- The Ninth Doctor recalls his rage against the Vampires for what they did to Rose. (COMIC: Monstrous Beauty)
- The Tenth Doctor recalls that the Eighth Doctor got started by changing time to save his friends. (TV: Doctor Who)
- The Daleks refer to the TARDIS' "philosophy of movement". (TV: The Daleks)
- The Eighth Doctor remembers meeting Brian, (AUDIO: He Kills Me, He Kills Me Not) and ponders if the TARDIS is responsible for both him and the Ood reaching the Dark Times. (PROSE: What the TARDIS thought of "Time Lord Victorious")
- Inyit mentions that her people believe themselves to have distributed death in the pre-universes and will continue to do so in the after-universe. (PROSE: The Dawn of the Kotturuh)
- Gallifrey's galactic coordinates are "10-0-11-00:02", relative to Galactic Zero Centre. (TV: Pyramids of Mars, Full Circle, Death in Heaven)
- The Ninth and Tenth Doctors have subdued reactions to the idea of "a universe without Gallifrey". (TV: The End of the World)
- The Doctors try to avoid touching out of fear of the Blinovitch Limitation Effect. (TV: Mawdryn Undead)
- The Ninth and Tenth Doctors recall the story of Godfather Death and ponder its moral. (PROSE: The Knight, The Fool and The Dead)
- The Eighth Doctor mentions President Romana. (PROSE: Happy Endings)
- The Ninth Doctor ends up in possession of a rejuvenated Hector. (COMIC: Monstrous Beauty)