Author(s): Marc Platt
A UNIT nuclear convoy, stranded on the shores of Lake Vortigern, becomes the focus of an incursion by knights from a parallel reality. In this other world, technology and magic exist side by side, and the legends of King Arthur are fact. Close to the lake, the sinister Mordred battles against his enemy Ancelyn and summons his mother, the powerful witch Morgaine.
Is the Doctor really Merlin? And will he discover what actually happened to King Arthur? But time is running out for everyone as Morgaine takes control of the nuclear weapons and summons the Destroyer âe" Lord of Darkness and Eater of Worldsâe¦
This novel is based on a Doctor Who story which was originally broadcast from 6âe"27 September 1989.
Featuring the Seventh Doctor as played by Sylvester McCoy with his companion Ace
The Seventh Doctor finds himself in a world where technology and magic exist together, in a new edition of a Doctor Who classic.
Marc Platt wrote the TV Doctor Who story Ghost Light first broadcast in 1989. He has written many Doctor Who audio plays for Big Finish Productions including Loups-Garoux, Spare Parts, Cradle of the Snake, The Silver Turk. Auld Mortality, A Storm of Angels and The Doctor's Tale. He also dramatised two stories by former Doctor Who producer Philip Hinchcliffe: The Ghosts of Gralstead and The Devil's Armada (both with Tom Baker). He has recently dramatised The Wonderful Wizard of Oz for audio. Blake's 7 audio plays include Flag and Flame, The Sea of Iron and Drones. He is a published author with several TV tie-in novels and short stories to his name.