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|companions = [[Peri Brown|Peri]]
 
|companions = [[Peri Brown|Peri]]
 
|enemy = [[Dalek]]s, [[Davros]]
 
|enemy = [[Dalek]]s, [[Davros]]
|setting = [[Tranquil Repose]], [[Necros]]
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|setting = [[Tranquil Repose]], [[Necros]], post-[[4590]]
 
|writer = [[Eric Saward]]
 
|writer = [[Eric Saward]]
|read by = [[Terry Molloy]]
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|read by = [[Terry Molloy]], [[Nicholas Briggs]]
 
|publisher = BBC Books
 
|publisher = BBC Books
 
|release date = [[14 November (releases)|14 November]] [[2019 (releases)|2019]]
 
|release date = [[14 November (releases)|14 November]] [[2019 (releases)|2019]]
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* [[Grigory (Revelation of the Daleks)|Grigory]]
 
* [[Grigory (Revelation of the Daleks)|Grigory]]
 
* [[Natasha Stengos]]
 
* [[Natasha Stengos]]
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* [[Orcini]]
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* [[Bostock]]
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* [[Mutant (Revelation of the Daleks)|Mutant]]
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* [[Alex Sagovski]]
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
''to be added''
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* Necros is approximately the size of [[Mars]], has an atmosphere much like [[Earth|Earth's, ]]has three moons, and its seas have no [[salt]]. It has a winter and summer.
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* Tranquil Repose incorporates every architectural style ever practiced in the [[Twelve Galaxies]].
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* Gigory is 35 and a medical doctor, while Natasha is 25 and an engineering student.
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* Takis and Lilt met serving in the [[Peninsular Wars]] on planet [[JJ33]]. They entertained the troops by impersonating [[Laurel and Hardy]].
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* Jobel is 51 and was born in the star system [[Sifton 31]]. His father was a purveyor of meats and his mother was a stage make-up artist.
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* Derek Johnson, known as "the DJ," began his career while attending the [[Lowwrie Institute of Technology]] in the star system [[Sygma 18]]. He was later kidnapped by pirates and, because they didn't like his music, abandoned on a small planetoid in the [[Delta JJ sector]] of the [[Sixth Zone]] of the galaxy.
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* Orcini invited Bostock to join the [[Grand Order of Oberon]] after seeing his bravery at the [[Battle of Vavetron]].
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* The Garden of Fond Memories is very similar to an avenue in the Roman town of [[Ephesus]] the Doctor visited two thousand years ago.
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* After escaping the [[prison station]], Davros almost died waiting for months before being picked up by a transporter. He has been on Necros for over a year.
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* Tasambeker has been at Tranquil Repose for at least a few months.
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* [[Sontana]] was President [[Vargos (Revelation of the Daleks)|Vargos's]] Principal Wife. The Doctor knew her as "Sonnie."
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* Tranquil Repose has a cat named [[Lord Plunkett]].
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* Several million bodies are interred at Tranquil Repose.
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* The two hollow pyramids of Tranquil Repose were built using [[hydro-stabilisation]].
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* The Doctor has a box of matched he picked up during the [[19th century]] [[London]] [[Match Girl Strike]].
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* Davros creates several thousand "[[Imperial Dalek|gold sphere Daleks]]," a new generation that are supposedly more intuitive, better skilled at reading emotional situations, and equipped to levitate.
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* The [[Renegade Dalek ship]] that moves between the [[Dalek freighter]] and Tranquil Repose is a [[Mark Seven Statin shuttle]].
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== Deviations from televised story Edit ==
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* Every character except Orcini and Bostock are given full names.
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* Dialogue is switched around or altered in some places compared to how it was spoken on screen.
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* The Doctor and Peri are shown cooking and eating nut roast for breakfast, after Peri searches for something to wear. It is Wednesday morning in the TARDIS.
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* Peri is described as having a New York accent.
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* The TARDIS is on Necros an hour before the Doctor and Peri exit it.
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* Kara's food production plant is known as [[Kara's Kitchen]].
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* Upon first glimpsing a Dalek, Peri remarks that it looks "cute."
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* The character of Alex Sagovski is freed and aids the Doctor is sabotaging the hydro-stabilization system, later taking over the DJ's position to incite rebellion.
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* [[Dalek Trooper|Dalek Troopers]] accompany the [[Alpha Dalek (Revelation of the Daleks)|Alpha]] and [[Beta Dalek (Revelation of the Daleks)|Beta Daleks]] that capture Davros.
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* Grigory and Natasha start an electrical fire to disrupt Tranquil Repose's systems.
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* Instead of being killed by a single levitating Dalek, Gigory and Natasha are attacked by three Daleks. Gigory is killed and Natasha destroys the Daleks, but worried about being converted herself, commits [[suicide]] with her last shot.
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* Davros levitates more than once.
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* It's implied Kara is marched to Davros on foot and is interrogated by Lilt, her dress ripped and an incisor missing.
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* The Doctor offers to let the survivors stay in the TARDIS for the night.
   
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
''to be added''
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[[File:Revelation of the Daleks audiobook.jpg|thumb|Audiobook cover.]]
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* This novel was released on [[2 January (releases)|2 January]] [[2020 (releases)|2020]] complete and unabridged by [[BBC Audio]] and read by [[Terry Molloy]], with Dalek voices by [[Nicholas Briggs]].
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* Exactly like in the televised version, the final line "I'll take you too..." is left unfinished.
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* As the [[Resurrection of the Daleks (novelisation)|novelization]] of [[Resurrection of the Daleks (TV story)|''Resurrection of the Daleks'']] dated that story to [[4590]], and based on Davros's time as the Great Healer, the earliest this story can take place in is either late 4591 or 4592.
   
 
== Continuity ==
 
== Continuity ==
''to be added''
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* References are made to the Doctor's "recent" [[regeneration]] ([[TV]]: [[The Twin Dilemma (TV story)|''The Twin Dilemma'']]) and recent change to [[vegetarianism]]. ([[TV]]: [[The Two Doctors (TV story)|''The Two Doctors'']])
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* Lilt served a five year prison sentence in the [[Tinclavic]] mines on [[Raaga]]. ([[TV]]: [[The Visitation (TV story)|''The Visitation'']])
== Audiobook ==
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* When he was 19, the [[DJ (Revelation of the Daleks)|DJ ]]played music in clubs around the [[Third Zone]]. ([[TV]]: [[The Two Doctors (TV story)|''The Two Doctors'']])
* This novel was released on [[2 January (releases)|2 January]] [[2020 (releases)|2020]] complete and unabridged by [[BBC Audio]] and read by [[Terry Molloy]], with Dalek voices by [[Nicholas Briggs]].
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* Orcini's medal is inscribed with [[Terileptil]] writing. ([[TV]]: [[The Visitation (TV story)|''The Visitation'']])
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* [[Dalek Trooper|Dalek Troopers]] arrive with the [[Supreme Dalek|Supreme Dalek's ]]forces. ([[TV]]: [[Resurrection of the Daleks (TV story)|''Resurrection of the Daleks'']])
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* The Doctor makes a passing reference to [[Ooba-Doa]]. ([[PROSE]]: [[Resurrection of the Daleks (novelisation)|''Resurrection of the Daleks'']])
Revelation of the Daleks audiobook.jpg|Audiobook cover
 
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 21:27, February 15, 2020

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Revelation of the Daleks was a novelisation of the serial of the same name, which was written by Eric Saward.

Publisher's summary

The Doctor and Peri land on the planet Necros to visit the funerary home Tranquil Repose – where the dead are interred and the near-dead placed in suspended animation until such time as their conditions can be cured.

But the Great Healer of Tranquil Repose is far from benign. Under his command, Daleks guard the catacombs where sickening experiments are conducted on human bodies. The new life he offers the dying comes at a terrible cost – and the Doctor and Peri are being lured into a trap that will change them forever.

At last, the only classic-era Doctor Who adventure never to be novelised is here, and by the author of the original script, Eric Saward.

Plot

to be added

Characters

References

  • Necros is approximately the size of Mars, has an atmosphere much like Earth's, has three moons, and its seas have no salt. It has a winter and summer.
  • Tranquil Repose incorporates every architectural style ever practiced in the Twelve Galaxies.
  • Gigory is 35 and a medical doctor, while Natasha is 25 and an engineering student.
  • Takis and Lilt met serving in the Peninsular Wars on planet JJ33. They entertained the troops by impersonating Laurel and Hardy.
  • Jobel is 51 and was born in the star system Sifton 31. His father was a purveyor of meats and his mother was a stage make-up artist.
  • Derek Johnson, known as "the DJ," began his career while attending the Lowwrie Institute of Technology in the star system Sygma 18. He was later kidnapped by pirates and, because they didn't like his music, abandoned on a small planetoid in the Delta JJ sector of the Sixth Zone of the galaxy.
  • Orcini invited Bostock to join the Grand Order of Oberon after seeing his bravery at the Battle of Vavetron.
  • The Garden of Fond Memories is very similar to an avenue in the Roman town of Ephesus the Doctor visited two thousand years ago.
  • After escaping the prison station, Davros almost died waiting for months before being picked up by a transporter. He has been on Necros for over a year.
  • Tasambeker has been at Tranquil Repose for at least a few months.
  • Sontana was President Vargos's Principal Wife. The Doctor knew her as "Sonnie."
  • Tranquil Repose has a cat named Lord Plunkett.
  • Several million bodies are interred at Tranquil Repose.
  • The two hollow pyramids of Tranquil Repose were built using hydro-stabilisation.
  • The Doctor has a box of matched he picked up during the 19th century London Match Girl Strike.
  • Davros creates several thousand "gold sphere Daleks," a new generation that are supposedly more intuitive, better skilled at reading emotional situations, and equipped to levitate.
  • The Renegade Dalek ship that moves between the Dalek freighter and Tranquil Repose is a Mark Seven Statin shuttle.

Deviations from televised story Edit

  • Every character except Orcini and Bostock are given full names.
  • Dialogue is switched around or altered in some places compared to how it was spoken on screen.
  • The Doctor and Peri are shown cooking and eating nut roast for breakfast, after Peri searches for something to wear. It is Wednesday morning in the TARDIS.
  • Peri is described as having a New York accent.
  • The TARDIS is on Necros an hour before the Doctor and Peri exit it.
  • Kara's food production plant is known as Kara's Kitchen.
  • Upon first glimpsing a Dalek, Peri remarks that it looks "cute."
  • The character of Alex Sagovski is freed and aids the Doctor is sabotaging the hydro-stabilization system, later taking over the DJ's position to incite rebellion.
  • Dalek Troopers accompany the Alpha and Beta Daleks that capture Davros.
  • Grigory and Natasha start an electrical fire to disrupt Tranquil Repose's systems.
  • Instead of being killed by a single levitating Dalek, Gigory and Natasha are attacked by three Daleks. Gigory is killed and Natasha destroys the Daleks, but worried about being converted herself, commits suicide with her last shot.
  • Davros levitates more than once.
  • It's implied Kara is marched to Davros on foot and is interrogated by Lilt, her dress ripped and an incisor missing.
  • The Doctor offers to let the survivors stay in the TARDIS for the night.

Notes

Revelation of the Daleks audiobook

Audiobook cover.

Continuity

External links

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