Twilight of the Gods (Clapham and Miller novel)

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Not to be confused with another Virgin published Doctor Who spin-off under the same title, Twilight of the Gods.

Twilight of the Gods
Author Mark Clapham and Jon de Burgh Miller
Series Doctor Who book:
The New Adventures
Release number
Subject Featuring:
Bernice Summerfield
Publisher Virgin Books
Publication date
December 1999
ISBN 0-426-20536-7
Preceded by 'The Joy Device'
Followed by 'The Dead Men Diaries'

Twilight of the Gods is a novel by Mark Clapham and Jon de Burgh Miller from the Virgin New Adventures with the fictional archaeologist Bernice Summerfield as its main character. The New Adventures were based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Twilight of the Gods was the twenty-third and final New Adventure featuring only Bernice after Virgin lost the licence to publish original Doctor Who fiction.

The novel features the return of the Ferutu, thought destroyed after the events of the Missing Adventure Cold Fusion.


God-like beings have shattered the peace of Dellah, and threaten to spread chaos across the galaxy. Benny and Jason Kane return to the planet in a desperate last attempt to stop them, before the planet is destroyed forever.

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