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'''''{{StoryTitle}}''''' was a novelisation based on the [[1977 (releases)|1977]] television serial ''[[Image of the Fendahl (TV story)|Image of the Fendahl]]''.
 
'''''{{StoryTitle}}''''' was a novelisation based on the [[1977 (releases)|1977]] television serial ''[[Image of the Fendahl (TV story)|Image of the Fendahl]]''.
 
== Publisher's summary ==
 
== Publisher's summary ==
`The [[Fendahl]] is death, said the [[Fourth Doctor|the Doctor]]. `How do you kill death itself?
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`The [[Fendahl]] is death,' said the [[Fourth Doctor|the Doctor]]. `How do you kill death itself?'
   
 
The ultra-modern technology of the [[Time Scanner]] combines with the ancient evil of [[Fetch Wood]], and brings to life a terror that has lain hidden for twelve million years.
 
The ultra-modern technology of the [[Time Scanner]] combines with the ancient evil of [[Fetch Wood]], and brings to life a terror that has lain hidden for twelve million years.

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Doctor Who and the Image of the Fendahl was a novelisation based on the 1977 television serial Image of the Fendahl.

Publisher's summary

`The Fendahl is death,' said the the Doctor. `How do you kill death itself?'

The ultra-modern technology of the Time Scanner combines with the ancient evil of Fetch Wood, and brings to life a terror that has lain hidden for twelve million years.

The Doctor and Leela fight to destroy the Fendahl, a recreated menace that threatens to devour all life in the galaxy.

Chapter titles

  1. The Skull
  2. Dead Man in the Wood
  3. Time Scan
  4. Horror at the Priory
  5. The Fendahleen
  6. The Coven
  7. Stael's Mutiny
  8. The Missing Planet
  9. Ceremony of Evil
  10. The Priestess
  11. Time Bomb
  12. The End of the Fendahl

Deviations from televised story

  •  Stael's background and motivation is explained in detail.

Writing and publishing notes

  • To be added

Cover gallery

British publication history

First publication:

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

Re-issues:

External links

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