The Adventures Of The 11th Doctor Continue In Three New 'Doctor Who' Novels


Is the next season of "Doctor Who" not enough for you? Broadway Paperbacks has a trio of novels about Matt Smith's Doctor on the way just in time for the March 30 premiere.

The three novels are from longtime "Doctor Who" collaborators: "Doctor Who: The Dalek Generation" by Dalek voice actor Nicholas Briggs, "Doctor Who: Shroud of Sorrow" by actor and playwright Tommy Donbavand, and "Doctor Who: Plague of the Cybermen" by occasional "Doctor Who" novelist Justin Richards.

From the publisher:

In Doctor Who: The Dalek Generation, we find the Doctor investigating a world where the Daleks suspiciously seem to be a force for good. In Doctor Who: Shroud of Sorrow, the aftermath of JFK’s assassination is the setting for an attack by an alien Shroud feasting on the grief of a world in mourning. In Doctor Who: Plague of the Cybermen, the Doctor discovers the residents of a 19th century village beset by a plague that causes its victims to leave their graves.

The three books are out on April 2 with a fourth book, "Doctor Who: Harvest of Time" by Alastair Reynolds, out on June 4 in paperback. You can also purchase all of the books digitally via Crown Publishing.




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