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* This is set after [[NA]]: ''[[All-Consuming Fire (novel)]]''
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* ''Downtime'' is set after [[NA]]: ''[[All-Consuming Fire (novel)]]''
* This is set before [[ST]]: ''[[The Glass Princess]]''
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* ''Downtime'' is set before [[ST]]: ''[[The Glass Princess]]''
   
 
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Revision as of 02:11, July 22, 2012

RealWorld

Downtime by Marc Platt was a novelisation of the independent film Downtime, released as the eighteenth book of the Virgin Missing Adventures line. It was the second of two novelisations published under the line; the other, The Ghosts of N-Space, was a novelisation of a BBC Radio Drama. This release was also the second spin-off based story to be released by Virgin Books. Tthe other was NA: Shakedown, which was in part a novelisation/tie-in to Reeltime Pictures' Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans.

Publisher's summary

Across the room, in a high-backed leather chair, Victoria saw the old man from the reading room. His face was curiously young for someone so long dead.

In 1966, the Doctor defeated the Great Intelligence, but he knew it wasn’t a final victory. And his companion Victoria, whose mind had once hosted the evil entity, might still fall prey to its power.

Now it seems that his fears are justified. In a Tibetan monastery, the monks display unearthly powers - UNIT are investigating. A new university has opened in London with a secret agenda that may threaten the whole country. Victoria, abandoned in an age very different from her own, and haunted by visions of a father she refuses to believe is dead, is slipping into despair and madness. But are the visions which plague her really hallucinations? Or has the Great Intelligence once again made Earth its target for invasion?

Plot

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Characters

References

Notes

  • This story is the only Virgin Missing Adventures release in which the Doctor does not appear prominently.
  • The book features a foreword by Keith Barnfather, and also contains a eight-page photo section featuring stills from the film, which are reproduced in black and white.
  • The Brigadier tells Sarah Jane Smith to quote the codes NN and QQ when she contacts UNIT H.Q., which are in real life the story codes for DW: The Abominable Snowmen and The Web of Fear respectively.

Continuity

Timeline

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For the Third Doctor

External links

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