Doctor Who and Warriors' Gate was a novelisation based on the 1981 television serial Warriors' Gate.

Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]

The Doctor and his companions are trapped in an E-Space universe, struggling to find the co-ordinates which will break the deadlock and take them back to Normal Space.

When all else fails, the Doctor suggests programming the TARDIS on the toss of a coin. Before he realises what is happening, that is just what Adric has done ...

When the TARDIS arrives at its destination, according to the console read-outs the craft is nowhere – and nowhere is exactly what it looks like ...

Chapter titles[edit | edit source]

This book has no named chapters

Deviations from televised story[edit | edit source]

  • Romana's farewell to the Doctor is handled differently, with more emotion and is less rushed than the televised version.
  • The fate of the rogue Gundan is revealed.
  • How the slavers spaceship ended up in the void is revealed.
  • K9's fate is presented as a tragedy.
  • The ending is different from the televisted story, with Romana wandering off long after the spaceship explodes and the Doctor realising he can travel between universes with the mirrors.

Writing and publishing notes[edit | edit source]

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Additional cover images[edit | edit source]

British publication history[edit | edit source]

First publication:

  • Hardback
W.H. Allen & Co. Ltd. UK
  • Paperback

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