Friday, 3 October 2008

The Darksmith Legacy - Synopses and Release Dates

I previously posted an article on The Darksmith Legacy (see original article) ten-part book series of Doctor Who. Since then, the titles and some release dates and synopses have been announced:

1: The Dust of Ages - 29th January
2: The Graves of Mordane - 29th January
3: The Colour of Darkness - 26th February
4: The Depths of Despair - 26th March
5: The Vampire of Paris - (TBC)
6: The Game of Death - (TBC)
7: The Planet of Oblivion - (TBC)
8: The Picture of Emptiness - (TBC)
9: The Art of War - (TBC)
10: The End of Time - (TBC)

1 - The Dust Of Ages
"The Doctor arrives just in time to lend a helping hand to a survey team of scientists drilling beneath the Moon’s surface to discover the cause of an unusual power source. The adventure continues with deadly lunar dust and a Crystal that has been lost for centuries…. Unfortunately it’s just what the Darksmiths have been looking for and they have despatched an Agent to recover it. At any cost."
2 - The Graves Of Mordane
"Convinced that the Doctor is Varlos, the Agent demands the return of the Eternity Crystal. But what happened on Mordane to make the Crystal too dangerous to be left on the Moon? The Doctor has to convince the Agent that he is not Varlos and doesn’t know what happened on Mordane, then escape with the TARDIS and find out. The Doctor decides that the Eternity Crystal must be destroyed but before he can the Agent and the Crystal vanish. He has to find the Agent, which leaves the Doctor only one option, and he doesn’t like it…"
3 - The Colour Of Darkness
"The Doctor travels to Karagula to meet the fabled Darksmiths in a bid to outwit the Agent and get the crystal. Can the Doctor uncover the mystery of the childless village? Who is the travelling Dreams-Merchant? Is there a link with the Dark Cathedral of the Darksmiths? Will the Agent arrive and identify the Doctor to the Darksmiths? Find out by reading the third exciting instalment of The Darksmith Legacy!"

Will you be collecting The Darksmith Legacy books?
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