June 15, 1989 in Doctor Who: Mindwarp novelisation published

Doctor_Who_MindwarpThe novelisation, written by Philip Martin, was the final segment of the Trial arc to be adapted. Martin adds a joke ending that gives away the revelation regarding Peri’s fate in ‘The Ultimate Foe‘, suggesting an entirely different outcome for the character and for Yrcanos than is suggested in the serial.

Accused of `crimes against the inviolate laws of evolution’, the Sixth Doctor is on trial for his life.

The sinister prosecutor, the Valeyard, presents the High Council of Time Lords with the second piece of evidence against the Doctor: a dramatic adventure on the planet Thoros Beta which led to the renegade Time Lord’s summons to the Court of Enquiry.

But as the Doctor watches the scenes on the Matrix he is puzzled by what he sees – his behaviour is not as he remembers. Only one thing is certain: on the evidence of the Matrix the Doctor is surely guilty as charged …

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