List of Torchwood novels and audio books
The Torchwood novels are a series of spin-off novels based on the BBC science fiction television series Torchwood and published under the BBC Books imprint. All releases to date in the Torchwood novels line have been published in hardcover. The same hardcover format and three-at-a-time publishing schedule is being used for the New Series Adventures range for Doctor Who. In late December 2009, four novels were added to the store for the Amazon eReader, the Kindle.
The first three novels in the series were commissioned in May 2006 and were published on 4 January 2007. They sold well[vague] in the United Kingdom and went to the top of the Children's Book charts. The books themselves can be read in any order and share no internal continuity. However they often reference and foreshadow events in the series. The groups of three novels, when put together, create a linking picture across the spines displaying the team.
A number of abridged and unabridged audiobooks have been published, as well as exclusive audiobooks not published in print.
|01||Another Life||Peter Anghelides||John Barrowman||2 April 2007||Abridged.|
|02||Border Princes||Dan Abnett||Eve Myles||Abridged.|
|03||Slow Decay||Andy Lane||Burn Gorman||Abridged.|
|04||Hidden||Steven Savile||Naoko Mori||4 February 2008||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|05||Everyone Says Hello||Dan Abnett||Burn Gorman||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|06||In The Shadows||Joseph Lidster||Eve Myles||7 May 2009||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|07||The Sin Eaters||Brian Minchin||Gareth David-Lloyd||18 June 2009||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|08||Department X||James Goss||Kai Owen||7 March 2011||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|09||Ghost Train||James Goss||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|10||First Born||James Goss||Kai Owen
|11||Long Time Dead||Sarah Pinborough||Indira Varma||Unabridged.|
|12||The Men Who Sold The World||Guy Adams||John Telfer||Unabridged.|
|13||Army of One||Ian Edginton||Kai Owen||8 March 2012 ||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|14||Fallout||David Llewellyn||Tom Price||5 April 2012 ||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|15||Red Skies||Joseph Lidster||John Telfer||3 May 2012||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|16||Mr Invincible||Mark Morris||Tom Price||7 June 2012||Exclusive audiobook, not published in print.|
|17||The Exodus Code||John Barrowman & Carole E. Barrowman||Daniel Pirrie||13 September 2012||Unabridged.|
The BBC has aired several Torchwood radio dramas featuring the cast of the series.
To tie in to Radio 4's CERN themed day in 2008, a CERN-themed radio episode of Torchwood written by Joseph Lidster, entitled "Lost Souls", aired as the day's Afternoon Play on 10 September. This was the first Torchwood drama not to feature Burn Gorman and Naoko Mori. Three further episodes were commissioned due to the success of Lost Souls. Three more radio episodes were recorded in Los Angeles for transmission in July 2011.
All the dramas were set between Series 2 and 3, except "House of the Dead", occurring six months after Series 3.
|01||"Lost Souls"||Joseph Lidster||Kate McAll||10 September 2008|
|02||"Asylum"||Anita Sullivan||1 July 2009|
|03||"Golden Age"||James Goss||2 July 2009|
|04||"The Dead Line"||Phil Ford||3 July 2009|
|05||The Lost Files: "The Devil and Miss Carew" ||Rupert Laight||11 July 2011|
|06||The Lost Files: "Submission"||Ryan Scott||12 July 2011|
|07||The Lost Files: "House of the Dead"||James Goss||13 July 2011|
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