By Justin Richards
'For a couple of moments this afternoon, it rained at the moon...'
An astronaut in complete spacesuit seems to be out of skinny air in a hectic purchasing centre. might be it's a exposure stunt. a photograph exhibits a well-dressed lady in a pink coat mendacity useless on the fringe of a crater at the darkish facet of the moon - beside her cherished puppy 'Poochie'. perhaps it's a hoax. yet because the health care professional and Amy discover, those are only minor occasions in a sinister plan to take over each man or woman in the world. The plot centres on a mystery army base at the moon - that's the place Amy and the TARDIS are.
The medical professional is again in the world, and with no the TARDIS there's no means he can get to the moon to save lots of Amy and defeat the extraterrestrial beings. Or is there? The medical professional discovers one final nice mystery that may keep humanity: Apollo 23.
A exciting, all new event that includes the physician and Amy, as performed via Matt Smith and Karen Gillan within the hit health care professional Who sequence from BBC Television
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Apollo 23 (Doctor Who: New Series Adventures, Book 37) by Justin Richards