Tardis

Spoilers are precisely defined here. Rules vary by the story's medium. Info from television stories can't be added here until after the top or bottom of the hour, British time, closest to the end credits roll on BBC One. Therefore, fans in the Americas who are sensitive to spoilers should avoid Tardis on Sundays until they've seen the episode.

READ MORE

Tardis
Advertisement
Tardis
RealWorld.png

prose stub

Blue Box was the fifty-eighth novel in the BBC Past Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Kate Orman, released 3 March 2003 and featured the Sixth Doctor and Peri Brown.

This is Orman's only contribution to the PDA range.

Publisher's summary[]

What lurks in the electronic labyrinth?

"A timely look at a vital issue of today... you will never look at a computer the same way." — Phreakphest

A dramatic true story of hi-tech crime

The nineteen-eighties; as we enter the Age of the Personal Computer, the newborn "Internet" spreads across America, and the computer invasion enters our homes. Across the technological frontier, an incredible war begins between the criminals and their savvy opponents.

A brilliant young programmer, a beautiful college student, and a mysterious hacker known only as "the Doctor" join forces to combat an electronic threat fallen into the hands of a notorious computer outlaw.

Respected computer journalist Charles "Chick" Peters was an eyewitness as these unlikely heroes fought their hi-tech skirmishes across the nation's vulnerable capital — and inside the world of the computer. Blue Box is the compelling true story of a secret computer project that could literally change the way you think.

Plot[]

to be added

Characters[]

Locations[]

References[]

to be added

Foods and beverages[]

Notes[]

  • This book is also available as an ebook and from the Amazon Kindle store.
  • BBC Books announced that a "print on demand" reprint edition of this novel would be made available as of 30 September 2011 as the imprint revisits adventures featuring the first eight Doctors.

Preview illustration by Roger Langridge featured in DWM 330

Continuity[]

to be added

External links[]

Advertisement