New Doctor Who Novel 'Legends Of Camelot' Sees The Tenth Doctor And Donna Travel Back In Time To Meet King Arthur And Merlin


A new Doctor Who novel featuring David Tennant's Tenth Doctor and his companion Donna Noble, played by Catherine Tate, is due to be released in paperback and on Kindle on 10th June 2021.

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Doctor Who: Legends Of Camelot, by Jacqueline Rayner, sees old legends and new worlds collide in a magnificent Doctor Who crossover with King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table.

While investigating a strange energy in Carbury, the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble are pulled into a different dimension, smashing a giant hole into another world in the process.

As the magic of the hidden dimension slowly seeps out, the Doctor and Donna find themselves in Camelot, where a young squire, Arthur, comes to their aid, and when the Doctor is mistaken for Merlin, they are swept up in the glamorous and daring legends of the Knights of the Round Table.

But something far more menacing has been awakened. Caught in an ancient battle for power, Donna and the Doctor are sucked into a dangerous game. As each move is made and time spins faster, the Doctor must find a way to seal the rift before an unimaginable power is unleashed and the universe is laid to waste.



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