Tomb of Valdemar

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Tomb of Valdemar
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Author Simon Messingham
Series Doctor Who book:
Past Doctor Adventures
Release number
29
Subject Featuring:
Fourth Doctor
Romana I and K-9
Publisher BBC Books
Publication date
February 2000
Pages 278
ISBN ISBN 0-563-55591-2
Preceded by Last of the Gaderene
Followed by Verdigris

Tomb of Valdemar is a BBC Books original novel written by Simon Messingham and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Fourth Doctor, Romana I, and K-9.

Synopsis[edit]

The Doctor's quest to fix the Key of Time is interrupted by a complex conspiracy to bring back Valdemar, an ancient being that can change reality.

Continuity[edit]

  • The Old Ones' Palace can regenerate itself similar to the city of Exxilons in Death to the Daleks
  • The old woman who narrates the main story in a framing sequence is hinted to be a future incarnation of Romana, suggesting that she survived the destruction of Gallifrey at the end of The Ancestor Cell; or, retroactively, that it applies to audio/television canon, implying that she survived the Time War.

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