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|Released: ||June 1991|
Mesopotamia — the cradle of civilization. In the fertile crescent of land on the banks of the rivers Tigris and Euphrates, mankind is turning from hunter-gatherer into farmer, and from farmer into city-dweller.
Gilgamesh, the first hero-king, rules the city of Urak. An equally legendary figure arrives, in a police telephone box: the TARDIS has brought the Doctor and his companion Ace to witness the first steps of mankind’s long progress to the stars.
And from somewhere amid those distant points of light an evil sentience has tumbled. To her followers in the city of Kish she is known as Ishtar the goddess; to the Doctor’s forebears on ancient Gallifrey she was a mythical terror — the Timewyrm.
John Peel has written several novels based on Doctor Who television stories and is the author of The Gallifrey Chronicles, the definitive description of the Doctor’s home planet and its people. Timewyrm: Genesys is the first adventure in the four-volume Timewyrm series.