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The Crooked World was the fifty-seventh novel in the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Steve Lyons, released 3 June 2002 and featured the Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner and Anji Kapoor.

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The people of the Crooked World lead an idyllic existence.

Take Streaky Bacon, for example. This jovial farmer wants nothing more from life than a huge blunderbuss, with which he can blast away at his crop-stealing nemesis. And then there's Angel Falls, a racing driver with a string of victories to her name. Sure, her trusted guardian might occasionally put on a mask and menace her for her prize money, but that's just life, right? And for Jasper the cat, nothing could be more pleasant than a nice, long nap in his kitchen — so long as that darn mouse doesn't jam his tail into the plug socket again.

But somebody is about to shatter all those lives. Somebody is about to change everything — and it's possible that no one on the Crooked World will ever be happy again.

The Doctor's TARDIS is about to arrive. And when it does... That's all folks!

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  • The Doctor has met Mark Twain.
  • Jasper the Cat commits the first murder in Zanytown; he bites Squeak's head off.
  • Angel Falls decides to marry Mr Weasley.
  • Fitz introduces sex to the world, confusing them slightly.

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There are many likenesses / similarities throughout The Crooked World to cartoon worlds / characters:

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