Happy Endings (Doctor Who)

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Happy Endings
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Author Paul Cornell
Series Doctor Who book:
Virgin New Adventures
Release number
50
Subject Featuring:
Seventh Doctor
Bernice, Chris, Roz, Jason, Ace, the Brigadier, Romana II, Kadiatu, Irving Braxiatel
Publisher Virgin Books
Publication date
May 1996
ISBN ISBN 0-426-20470-0
Preceded by Death and Diplomacy
Followed by GodEngine

Happy Endings is an original novel written by Paul Cornell and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It is the fiftieth book in the Virgin New Adventures series. It features the Seventh Doctor, Bernice, Chris, Roz, Jason, Ace, the Brigadier, Romana II, Kadiatu and Irving Braxiatel, as well as characters from almost every previous New Adventures novel. It centres on the wedding of Bernice and Jason.

As part of the celebratory nature of the book, being the fiftieth of the New Adventures novels, one chapter contains contributions from the authors of all the previous books in the series (except Jim Mortimore). The section by author Neil Penswick features Death in a brief cameo, quoting her dialogue from the original The Books of Magic mini-series written by Neil Gaiman.[1]

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  1. ^ Scoones, Paul (November 1996), Wedding Notes: An Annotated Guide to Happy Endings, retrieved 1 December 2008 

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