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|image= Image of The Fendahl novel.jpg
 
|image= Image of The Fendahl novel.jpg
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|novelisation of=Image of the Fendahl (TV story)
 
|novelisation of=Image of the Fendahl (TV story)
 
|number= 34 (given to later editions)
 
|number= 34 (given to later editions)
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|format= Hardcover and paperback editions; 12 Chapters, 109 Pages
 
|format= Hardcover and paperback editions; 12 Chapters, 109 Pages
 
|isbn= ISBN 0-426-20077-2
 
|isbn= ISBN 0-426-20077-2
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'''''{{StoryTitle}}''''' was a novelisation based on the 1977 television serial ''[[Image of the Fendahl (TV story)|Image of the Fendahl]]''.
 
'''''{{StoryTitle}}''''' was a novelisation based on the 1977 television serial ''[[Image of the Fendahl (TV story)|Image of the Fendahl]]''.
   
 
== Publisher's summary ==
 
== Publisher's summary ==
`The [[Fendahl]] is death,' said [[Fourth Doctor|the Doctor]]. `How do you kill death itself?'
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'The [[Fendahl]] ''is'' death,' said [[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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* [[Adam Colby|Colby]] is referred to both in the text and by [[Maximillian Stael|Stael]] as "Professor Colby", whereas on screen "Professor" seems to be simply a nickname given him by [[Martha Tyler]].
 
* [[Adam Colby|Colby]] is referred to both in the text and by [[Maximillian Stael|Stael]] as "Professor Colby", whereas on screen "Professor" seems to be simply a nickname given him by [[Martha Tyler]].
 
* [[Ted Moss|Moss]] is mentioned as fingering a lucky charm during his first meeting with the Doctor and Leela, a detail edited out of the broadcast version.
 
* [[Ted Moss|Moss]] is mentioned as fingering a lucky charm during his first meeting with the Doctor and Leela, a detail edited out of the broadcast version.
* The Doctor gets out of the store room by weakening the lock with his [[sonic screwdriver]] and then kicking the door open, rather than someone unlocking it for him.
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* The Doctor gets out of the store room by weakening the lock with his [[the Doctor's sonic screwdriver|sonic screwdriver]] and then kicking the door open, rather than someone unlocking it for him.
 
* Leela knocks out a guard in order to get into [[Fetch Priory]] the first time.
 
* Leela knocks out a guard in order to get into [[Fetch Priory]] the first time.
* The [[Fendahl Skull]] does not start glowing until after the Doctor innocently touches it, rather than him touching it after it has started glowing.
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* The [[Eustace (Image of the Fendahl)|Fendahl Skull]] does not start glowing until after the Doctor innocently touches it, rather than him touching it after it has started glowing.
 
* The Doctor does not refer to Mitchell by name, removing an oft-cited potential error in the televised version.
 
* The Doctor does not refer to Mitchell by name, removing an oft-cited potential error in the televised version.
   
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== Cover gallery ==
 
== Cover gallery ==
 
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File:Doctor Who and the Image of the Fendahl Hardcover.jpg|Hardcover edition; Cover by [[John Geary]]
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File:Doctor Who and the Image of the Fendahl Hardcover.jpg|1979 Hardcover edition
File:Image of The Fendahl novel.jpg|Target Books edition; Cover by [[John Geary]]
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
== British publication history ==
 
== British publication history ==
 
First publication:
 
First publication:
* Hardback
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* Hardback
: W.H. Allen & Co. Ltd. UK
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: W.H. Allen & Co. Ltd. UK
 
* Paperback
 
* Paperback
 
: Target
 
: Target
 
Re-issues:
 
Re-issues:
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== Editions published outside Britain ==
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* Published in the USA by Aeonian Press in 1986 as a hardback edition; it was one of seven novelisations published in the mid-1980's.
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<gallery position=center captionalign=center hideaddbutton="true" >
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File:AeonianImageOfTheFendahl.jpg|US edition
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</gallery>
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://www.personal.leeds.ac.uk/~ecl6nb/OnTarget/general/main.htm ''On Target'' a comprehensive guide to the Target novelisations by Tim Neal]
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* [http://www.personal.leeds.ac.uk/~ecl6nb/OnTarget/general/main.htm ''On Target'' a comprehensive guide to the Target novelisations by Tim Neal]
 
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[[Category:1979 novels]]
 
[[Category:1979 novels]]

Latest revision as of 15:18, October 8, 2019

RealWorld

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

Publisher's summary Edit

'The Fendahl is death,' said 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 Edit

  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 Edit

  • Stael's background and motivation is explained in detail.
  • Fendelman's name is spelled "Fendleman".
  • David Mitchell's first name is changed to Harry.
  • Colby is referred to both in the text and by Stael as "Professor Colby", whereas on screen "Professor" seems to be simply a nickname given him by Martha Tyler.
  • Moss is mentioned as fingering a lucky charm during his first meeting with the Doctor and Leela, a detail edited out of the broadcast version.
  • The Doctor gets out of the store room by weakening the lock with his sonic screwdriver and then kicking the door open, rather than someone unlocking it for him.
  • Leela knocks out a guard in order to get into Fetch Priory the first time.
  • The Fendahl Skull does not start glowing until after the Doctor innocently touches it, rather than him touching it after it has started glowing.
  • The Doctor does not refer to Mitchell by name, removing an oft-cited potential error in the televised version.

Writing and publishing notes Edit

  • to be added

Cover gallery Edit

British publication history Edit

First publication:

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

Re-issues:

Editions published outside Britain Edit

  • Published in the USA by Aeonian Press in 1986 as a hardback edition; it was one of seven novelisations published in the mid-1980's.

External links Edit

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