The Blue Angel (novel)
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|Doctor Who book|
|The Blue Angel|
|Series||Eighth Doctor Adventures|
Fitz, Compassion, Iris Wildthyme
|Writer||Paul Magrs and Jeremy Hoad|
|Release date||September 1999|
The Blue Angel is an original novel written by Paul Magrs and Jeremy Hoad and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Eighth Doctor, Fitz, Compassion and Iris Wildthyme.
- The novel has been dramatised by Dr. Piers Britton for a design class at the University of Redlands, California. The setting and some of the characters from the Obverse Universe featured in the book were re-used by Philip Purser-Hallard in his Doctor Who short story "Cabinet of Changes".
- In his review of the novel, Robert Shearman noted the striking similarity between the portrayal of Fitz and the then Conservative Party leader, William Hague. "Despite the plot pyrotechnics," he wrote, "there is a great deal of crossover between this novel, in its portrayal of a bygone England and the Conservative manifesto of the last general election.".
- Shearman, Robert (1998-12-11). "The 'Blue' Angel?". .
- The Blue Angel at the Doctor Who Reference Guide
- The Cloister Library - The Blue Angel
- Script of The Blue Angel dramatisation
- The Blue Angel at The TARDIS Library
- The Blue Angel title listing at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- The Blue Angel reviews at Outpost Gallifrey
- The Blue Angel reviews at The Doctor Who Ratings Guide
- The Whoniverse's review on The Blue Angel
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