Shining Darkness (novel)

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Doctor Who book
Book cover
Shining Darkness
Series New Series Adventures
Release number 27
Featuring Tenth Doctor
Donna Noble
Writer Mark Michalowski
Publisher BBC Books
ISBN 1-84607-557-2
Set between "Partners in Crime" and "The Stolen Earth"
Release date September 4, 2008

Shining Darkness is a BBC Books original novel written by Mark Michalowski and based on the long-running science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble.[1] It was published on September 4, 2008, alongside Ghosts of India and The Doctor Trap.


For Donna Noble, the Andromeda galaxy is a long, long way from home. But, even two and a half million light years from Earth, some things never change . . . A visit to an art gallery turns into a race across space to uncover the secret behind a shadowy organisation. From the desert world of Karris to the interplanetary scrapyard of Junk, the Doctor and Donna discover that appearances can be deceptive, that enemies are lurking around every corner - and that the centuries-long peace between humans and machines may be about to come to an end. Because waiting in the wings to bring chaos to the galaxy is the Cult of Shining Darkness.


An abridged audiobook was released on March 12, 2009, read by Debbie Chazen who played Foon Van Hoff in the episode "Voyage of the Damned".

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  1. ^ Wolverson, E.G. (September 2008). "Shining Darkness". Doctor Who Reviews. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 

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