Peter Purves and Jean Marsh read this exciting novelization of a classic Doctor Who adventure, with Dalek voices by Nicholas Briggs. This is the second of two novelizations written by John Peel and based on the TV serial 'The Daleks Masterplan' . The Daleks masterplan is well underway. With the Time Destroyer, the most deadly machine ever devised, they will conquer the universe. Only one person stands in their waythe Doctor. For he has stolen the precious taranium core which is vital to activate the machine. Traveling through time and space, the Doctor and his companions are forever on the move in case the Daleks track them down. But after several months, to their horror, the TARDIS indicates that they are being followed.
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John Peel was born in Nottingham in the UK in 1954 and moved to America, where he still lives, in 1981. Shortly after that he became the editor of Fantasy Empire magazine and his first novel, Uptime, Downtime, was published in 1992. Peel was friends with writer Terry Nation, and this resulted in their co-written The Official Doctor Who & The Daleks Book, published in America in 1988. Peel then gained agreement from Nation to novelise his Doctor Who stories 'The Chase' and 'The Daleks' Master Plan' for the Target range. He subsequently penned novelisations of David Whitaker's two Dalek stories, 'The Power of the Daleks' and 'The Evil of the Daleks', which were both published in 1993. During the 1990s, he built a reputation as the author of cult TV tie-in novels, penning books based on Doctor Who (four titles, 1991-1998), The Avengers (1990), James Bond Jr (six books, 1992), Star Trek: The Next Generation (1993; 1997), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (three books, 1994-1996), Quantum Leap (1996), The Outer Limits (12 books, 1997-1999) and Eerie, Indiana (two books, 1997; 1999). He has also written many original novels, including the Carmen Sandiego series (nine books, 1991-1994), the Shockers series (six books, 1992-93), the Books of Diadem series (ten books, 1997, 2005-6) and the 2009 series (six books, 1999).
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