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Parasite

Parasite

Series
Virgin New Adventures
Author
Jim Mortimore
Release date
Format
Paperback
Original RRP
£4.99
No. of pages
306
Publisher
Virgin Books
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In 1994, Parasite was released by Virgin Books.

Cover blurbEdit

'Change, Benny. It's the most terrifying thing of all.'
'And that's what's happening to you, is it, Doctor?'
'It's what's happening to all of us.'

The TARDIS has arrived in the Elysium system, lost colony of distant Earth and site of the Artifact: a world turned inside out, a world of horrific secrets.

For more than a century scientists have studied the ecosystem flourishing within the Artifact. Now the system is in collapse and even the humans trapped inside are changing into something new and strange.

With the members of one expedition murdered, those of another fighting for their lives and a solar system on the brink of civil war, can the Doctor, Ace and Benny survive a journey to the heart of the Artifact in their search for the truth?

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.

Jim Mortimore is an award-winning computer graphics designer and member of the Bristol-based music collective, Mammal. He is the author of the very popular books in this series, Lucifer Rising and Blood Heat, and of Cracker: The Mad Woman In The Attic.

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