Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks




      Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks
Tranquil Repose on the planet Necros is a mortuary with a difference for it is here that the galaxy s rich and famous cheat death by being placed in suspended animation But the bodies are going missingThe Doctor and Peri arrive on Necros to pay their last respects to the Doctor s old friend Arthur Stengos, but the Time Lord suspects that something is not quite right His doubts are shared by Stengos daughter, Natasha, who soon discovers the awful truth behind her father s fate.As the Doctor investigates, he not only discovers that the head of Tranquil Repose is none other than his old enemy Davros who has genetically engineered a new breed of Dalek but also uncovers a far shocking and sinister revelation Read Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks
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  • 26 March 2019

10 thoughts on “ Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks

  1. Nicholas Whyte says:

    is the last of the New Zealand fan produced novelisations apart from the one of City of Death which I haven t yet got hold of Preddle says in his introduction that there are two ways of doing these books, the right way and the Terrance Dicks way, and he is conscious of having gone for the latter option This isn t really fair on Terrance Dicks, who is athan competent writer when on form, or indeed to Preddle himself, who has is the last of the New Zealand fan produced novelisations apart from the one of City of Death which I haven t yet got hold of Preddle says in his introduction that there are two...

  2. Paul says:

    Despite being a fan made work, it stands shoulder to shoulder with its professionally written peers and is superior to a large number of them.

  3. M. says:

    The novelization was pretty good, but it doesn t change the fact that I ve never found this story particularly inspiring in its original form.

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