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Author: Alan Barnes Narrator: Narrator Info Added Soon Publisher: L.A. Theatre Works Format: Audio Theater Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Doctor Who Series Release Date: April 2015 ISBN: 9781844357383
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The Web of Time is stretched to its breaking point. History is leaking like a sieve. In the Citadel of Gallifrey, the Time Lords fear the end of everything that is, everything that was … and everything that will be.

The Doctor holds the Time Lords’ only hope—but exactly what lengths will the Celestial Intervention Agency go to in their efforts to retrieve something important from within his TARDIS? What has caused Imperiatrix Romanadvoratrelundar to declare war on the rest of creation? And can an old nursery rhyme about a monster called Zagreus really be coming true?

The answers can only be found outside the bounds of the universe itself, in a place that history forgot—the waste grounds of eternity: the Neverland.

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  • Neverland is breathtaking; simply breathtaking. It has such intensity, and is laden with such a sense of inevitable doom…More than that though, it has tremendous heart.”

    DoctorWhoReviews.co.uk

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About the Author

Alan Barnes is a writer and editor known particularly for his work in cult film and television. He has written several audio plays based on the Doctor Who television series, as well as books on James Bond and Quentin Tarantino films. His book The Hammer Story, coauthored with Marcus Hearn, was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award in 1997.