Ghosts Of India is the nineteenth Doctor Who novel about the tenth Doctor. It tells the story of the Doctor and his companion, Donna, as they are transported back to India in 1947. The country is living in a time rife with conflict and social change, and they are at the heart of it in Calcutta - but somehow the war on the British Empire isn’t their biggest problem.
Soon after arriving they hear of the terrifying half-made men; pale, eyeless creatures that are haunting the streets of the city, kidnapping people in the dead of night. It’s up to the Doctor and Donna to figure out what is really going on, with a little help from Mahatma Gandhi, who is in the city at the time. The three of them may end up having to confront an ancient god of destruction who has decided to take revenge on the people of earth. But when the events begin to threaten Gandhi and his role in history itself, can the Doctor get to the bottom of the mystery before it’s too late?
Ghosts Of India is written by Mark Morris, the author of two previous Doctor Who novels. Now you can experience this thrilling Doctor Who tale on CD or MP3 audiobook as read by David Troughton, a British stage actor whose father played the second Doctor for three series.