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Doctor Who: Dominion (Eighth Doctor Adventures #22)

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The Tardis travels through a wormhole in space and time that leaves it nearly dead in a Swedish forest in the present day The Doctor reasons one end of the wormhole originates from there -- but where does it lead to?

The time travelers discover a massive military presence in the area. The wormhole is a result of strange experiments in teleport -- but the other end of the ti

Mass Market Paperback, 278 pages
Published May 10th 1999 by BBC Worldwide Publishing
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Simon Curtis
I might be slightly biased, since I know Nick, but this I really enjoyed.
A real page turner. Even after I finished it I moved straight on to the next book and completely forgot to write a review. Oops.

Overall, a reasonably well-paced story. It had some good action scenes and some great Doctor moments. The descriptions of 'the Dominion' did drag on a bit though. It all seemed a bit 'trippy,' which is getting to be quite normal for these 90's Who books. I feel like tapping the all authors on the shoulder and saying, "excuse me, but your decade is showing."

The story w
Sam is taken from the Tardis by a wormhole. The Doctor and Fitz are then locked out of the Tardis after it lands in Sweden. Monsters are coming through wormholes and killing people. UNIT is trying to cover it all up. A good story that puts the TARDIS regulars through emotional hell. A good read.
Nicholas Whyte

An imaginative combination of the elements which make up a Who story: the Tardis, with Eight, Sam and Fitz, lands in Sweden in 1999, but an unstable wormhole is allowing nasties from a dying dimension through, and the Doctor has to save the nice aliens before it is too late, with no help from UNIT. Well described, and the nice aliens have an interesting biology. Though I was sorry that the nice Swedish girl didn't get to go with the Tardis at the end.
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