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Iceberg

Iceberg

Series
Virgin New Adventures
Author
David Banks
Release date
Format
Paperback
Original RRP
£4.50
No. of pages
256
Publisher
Virgin Books
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In 1993, Iceberg was released by Virgin Books.

Cover blurbEdit

'Depends on how you define alien,' the Doctor said simply. 'They were human once.'

In 2006 the world is about to be overwhelmed by a disaster that might destroy human civilization: the inversion of the Earth's magnetic field. Deep in an Antarctic base, the FLIPback team is frantically devising a system to reverse the change in polarity.

Above them, the SS Elysium carries its jet-set passengers on the ultimate cruise. On board is Ruby Duvall, a journalist sent to record the FLIPback moment. Instead she finds a man called the Doctor, who is locked out of the strange green box he says is merely a part of his time machine. And she finds old enemies of the Doctor: silver giants at work beneath the ice.

Full-length, original novels based on the longest-running science fiction television series of all time, the BBC's Doctor Who. The New Adventures take the TARDIS into previously unexplored realms of time and space.

As an actor, David Banks is best known as the obsessive lawyer Graeme Curtis from Brookside, as well as for his portrayal of the Cyberleader in Doctor Who throughout the 1980's. Iceberg is his third book; the first, the highly acclaimed Cybermen, might best be described as an insider's guide to the Cyber race.

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