|Edition: ||UK (1st paperback)|
|Released: ||May 1996|
|Publisher: ||BBC Books|
Note: The subtitle "The Novel of the Film" only appears on the spine, not on the front or back covers.
LATE DECEMBER, 1999: the brink of a new millennium. An anachronistic British Police Box materialises in San Francisco's Chinatown amid a hail of bullets which find an unintentional target — a strange man who walks out of the Police Box. Despite the best efforts of Dr Grace Holloway, the unknown traveller dies and his body vanishes. And soon another stranger appears, claiming to be the same man inside a different body; a mysterious wanderer in time and space known only as the Doctor.
But the Doctor is not the only time-traveller in San Francisco. His oldest adversary, the Master, is there as well, desperately trying to steal the Doctor's newly-regenerated body. Before long, the Doctor is faced with a choice: to save his own life, or the billions of people who have no future unless the Master is stopped. If only the Doctor could remember how...
The novelisation of the long-awaited new Doctor Who film featuring eight pages of colour photographs from the film.
A co-production between BBC Worldwide and Universal Television starring Paul McGann as the Doctor, Eric Roberts as the Master and Daphne Ashbrook as Grace.
A BBC video (BBCV 5882) is also available.
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