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|writer= [[Terrance Dicks]]
 
|writer= [[Terrance Dicks]]
 
|publisher= [[Target Books]], [[W.H. Allen & Co]]
 
|publisher= [[Target Books]], [[W.H. Allen & Co]]
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|novelisation of= The Invisible Enemy
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|cover= [[Roy Knipe]]
 
|release date= [[29 March (releases)|29 March]] [[1979]]
 
|release date= [[29 March (releases)|29 March]] [[1979]]
 
|format= Hardcover and paperback editions, 110 Pages
 
|format= Hardcover and paperback editions, 110 Pages
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|next=Doctor Who and the Image of the Fendahl }}
 
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== Novelisation ==
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'''''{{StoryTitle}}''''' was a novelisation based on the [[1977 (releases)|1977]] television serial ''[[The Invisible Enemy]]''.
* This novelisation is based on the original television serial [[TV]]: ''[[The Invisible Enemy]]'', written by [[Bob Baker]] and [[Dave Martin]] and shown from [[1 October (releases)|1 October]] [[1977]].
 
* The cover and information on the right are for the original Target edition. It features the artwork of [[Roy Knipe]]. (See below for information on editions with different covers).
 
   
 
== Publisher's summary ==
 
== Publisher's summary ==

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Doctor Who and the Invisible Enemy was a novelisation based on the 1977 television serial The Invisible Enemy.

Publisher's summary

A mysterious cloud drifts menacingly through space...
A sudden energy flash and the Fourth Doctor is infected with the Nucleus of a malignant Virus that threatens to destroy his mind.
Meanwhile, on Titan, human slaves prepare the Hive from which the Virus will swarm out and infect the universe.
In search of a cure, Leela takes the Doctor to the Foundation where they make an incredible journey into the Doctor’s brain in an attempt to destroy the Nucleus.
But can the Doctor free himself from the Nucleus in time to reach Titan and destroy the Hive? Luckily he has help – in the strangely dog-like shape of a mobile computer called K9

Chapter Titles

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Deviations from televised story

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Writing and publishing notes

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Additional cover images

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British publication history

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First Publication:

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

Re-issues:

Scheduled for a new edition in July 1994, but the release was cancelled.

Editions published outside Britain

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External links

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