David Tennant's The Fires Of Pompeii Released Today As Part Of New Collection Of Doctor Who Target Novels And Audiobooks

The David Tennant era story, The Fires Of Pompeii, is released today as part of a new Doctor Who Target novelisation collection from Penguin. 

The Fires Of Pompeii was written by James Moran and was first shown on screen in 2008, it has been novelised by Moran and is released in paperback and on Kindle as well as on audio CD and audible download where it is read by Clare Corbett. 

You can find out more and order here. 

About the book:

"My masters will follow the example of Rome... our mighty empire bestraddling the whole of civilization!"

It is AD 79, and the TARDIS lands in Pompeii on the eve of the town's destruction. Mount Vesuvius is ready to erupt and bury its surroundings in molten lava, just as history dictates. Or is it?

The Doctor and Donna find that Pompeii is home to impossible things: circuits made of stone, soothsayers who read minds and fiery giants made of burning rock. From a lair deep in the volcano, these creatures plot the end of humanity - and the Doctor soon finds he has no way to win...