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Series: Doctor Who -
Virgin New Adventures
Release Number: 51
Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companions: Roz, Chris
Enemy: Daleks, Falaxyr
Setting: Mars, 7th May 2157
Author: Craig Hinton
Publisher: Virgin Books
Publication: June 1996
Format: Paperback Book, ? Pages
ISBN: ISBN 0426204735
Previous Story: Happy Endings
Following Story: Christmas on a Rational Planet


Publisher's Summary

‘We’re on Mars, we’re surrounded by Ice Warriors, and the TARDIS has been destroyed. Business as usual, I suppose.’

Stranded on Mars, the Doctor and Roz team up with a group of colonists on a journey to find much-needed supplies at the North Pole. But when their expedition is joined by a party of Ice Warrior pilgrims, tensions are stretched to breaking point. Meanwhile, Chris finds himself on Pluto’s moon, trapped with a group of desperate scientists in a deadly race against time.

The year is 2157: the Earth has been invaded, and forces are at work on Mars to ensure that the mysterious invaders are successful. Unless the Doctor can solve the riddle of the GodEngine, the entire course of human history will be changed.


  • The Doctor
    • The Doctor (still) doesn't trust Martians (Ice Warriors).
    • He has an old yellowing map of Martian cities which he uses throughout this novel.
  • Aklaar
  • Cleece
  • Draan
    • Is dishonour due to the failure of his relative Slaar, whom the Doctor defeated
  • Sstaal


Sword of Tuburr, Osiran,

  • The Daleks are the ally of the Ice Warriors, they are also the enemy attacking the solar system.
  • Bernice Summerfield is an expert in Martian archeaology, Roz and Chris wish she was there to help.
  • The Doctor gives Roz a Nimon gravity device.
  • There is a crater called Sutekh's Cauldron, named after the Osiran god.


to be added


External Links

Virgin New Adventures
Previous Release:
Happy Endings
Next Release:
Christmas on a Rational Planet


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