Timeless was the sixty-fifth novel in the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Stephen Cole, released 4 August 2003 and featured the Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner, Anji Kapoor and Trix MacMillan.
Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]
The fuse has been lit. Reality has been blown apart, and the barriers that shield our universe from the endless others running parallel have shattered with it. The only chance the Doctor has of saving the multiverse from total collapse is if he can get back to Earth — where the damage was first done — and put things right.
With time running out, the Doctor finally understands why "our" universe is unique. In proving it, he nearly destroys the TARDIS and all aboard — and becomes involved with the machinations of the mysterious Timeless organisation. They can fix your wildest dreams, get away with murder and bring a whole new meaning to the idea of victimless crime.
Soon, Fitz and Trix are married, Anji's become a mum, and an innocent man is marked for the most important death in the universe's long history. The reasons why force the Doctor into a deadly showdown in a killing ground spawned before time and space began.
Plot[edit | edit source]
to be added
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Eighth Doctor
- Fitz Kreiner
- Anji Kapoor
- Guy Adams
- Stacy Phillips
- Daniel Basalt
References[edit | edit source]
Individuals[edit | edit source]
- Chloe and Erasmus are implied to be a Time Lord or at the very least from Gallifrey.
- Anji leaves the TARDIS, accepting responsibility for Chloe (thanks to fake adoption papers provided by Trix) and meets a man called Greg.
- Trix joins the Doctor and Fitz "officially" as a TARDIS companion.
- Jamais is a time sensitive dog.
- Guy compares the Doctor to Doctor Dolittle.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- This is the last novel in a loose arc of alternative universe stories that began with Time Zero.
Continuity[edit | edit source]
- The October 1938 sequences take place contemporaneously with the events of PROSE: Wolfsbane.
- The concequences of Jamais' actions are revealed in PROSE: Sometime Never....