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Dark Progeny

No. 48 of 73 in the BBC Eighth Doctor novels series
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By:Steve Emmerson
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Released:  August 2001
Publisher:  BBC Books
Format: paperback
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‘You’re planting human roots in unknown soil...’

The planet Ceres Alpha is being ‘developed’. The surface crawls with gigantic city-machines that are churning and rebuilding the world, seeding it with tomorrow’s vegetation so that full-scale colonisation can follow. But Gaskill Tyran, head of the biosphere-engineering WorldCorp, is finding things more difficult than he would like. The whole project seems to be falling apart under an ever-increasing burden of mysteries.

Why has a batch of strange babies been born with telekinetic powers? Why won’t the terraforming go according to plan? Why are they experiencing progressively more problems with the comp systems that run the city-machines?

It seems there may be conspirators. A rival Corporation with their eye on the contract for Ceres Alpha. And Tyran’s patience is now wearing thin.

But then he gets his answer. A mysterious infiltrator known only as the Doctor.

This is another in the series of original adventures for the Eighth Doctor.

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