||The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia's general notability guideline. (May 2013)|
|Series||Doctor Who book:
Virgin Missing Adventures
|Set in||Period between
The Trial of a Time Lord and
Time and the Rani
|Followed by||The Empire of Glass|
The first half of the novel was based on Craig's time working at IBM's Warwick Software Development Lab.
A blast of psychic energy released in the novel is felt all across the globe by those atuned to such things. These include "a thoughtful man levitating in a voluminous blue cloak" in New York and "a blond-haired man in a dirty beige trenchcoat" drinking Guinness in a Dublin pub. The book makes reference to The Library of St. John the Beheaded created by Andy Lane, who had attended the same university as Craig Hinton.
- Millennial Rites at the Doctor Who Reference Guide
- The Cloister Library - Millennial Rites
- Millennial Rites at The TARDIS Library
- Millennial Rites reviews at Outpost Gallifrey
- Millennial Rites reviews at The Doctor Who Ratings Guide
|This Doctor Who-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|