The Forgotten Army

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The Forgotten Army
Doctor Who Forgotten Army.jpg
AuthorBrian Minchin
SeriesDoctor Who book:
New Series Adventures
Release number
39
SubjectFeaturing:
Eleventh Doctor and Amy
PublisherBBC Books
Publication date
April 22, 2010
Media typeHardcover
Pages248
ISBN978-1-84607-987-0
Preceded byNight of the Humans 
Followed byNuclear Time 

The Forgotten Army is a BBC Books original novel written by Brian Minchin and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.[1] It features the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond.[2]

Synopsis[edit]

A museum exhibition of a mammoth comes to life at the opening of its exhibition and rampages around the museum. The Doctor and Amy turn up in New York just in time to have a nice pony ride on mammoth and then the mammoth is taken to a zoo, where the Doctor and Amy visit it and realise that whatever is inside doesn't like humans and have been trapped in their mammoth-like space ship for centuries and are now ready to take the people of New York to a mining project in far space, the Doctor is kidnapped and Amy and the finder of the mammoth have to rescue the Doctor from the Vykoids, the policemen is attacked by the vykoids and realises how strong they are. The Doctor lures Amy to him with mind communication and then Amy saves him and the Vykoid leader starts his teleportation of the American people just when the first people are about to walk to the mining project the Doctor and Amy turn up and trap the Vykoid leader in a pretsel doing so they defeat the Vykoids. The Doctor sends the Vykoids back to the mining project and dematerializes into the TARDIS. A pretzel seller watches as the TARDIS dematerialises and materializes, the Doctor comes out and gets 3 pretzels and tells the man that pretzels saved the day today. The Vykoid leader is in a spaceship and has only 2 words to say about how he got defeated: "Amy Pond."

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Doctor Who: The Forgotten Army". BBC Shop. BBC. Retrieved 23 October 2013.
  2. ^ "The Forgotten Army". Doctor Who Reviews. April 2010. Retrieved 10 September 2014.

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