|Publication Date||29 September 1977|
Outside the bounds of this world lives Kronos, the Chronivore – a mysterious creature that feeds on time itself. Posing as a Cambridge professor The Master intends to use Kronos in his evil quest for power.
But can even The Doctor save himself from the awesome might of the Time Monster?
- The Nightmare
- The Test
- The Summoning
- The Ageing
- The Legend
- The Ambush
- The High Priest
- The Secret
- Time Attack
- The Time-Eater
- The Guardian
- The Captives
- The Return of Kronos
DEVIATIONS FROM THE TELEVISED STORY
- The Master speculates on how Rassilon used the time-scoop, and how he got on well with Percival’s predecessor.
- There are a few minor spelling changes: The Master’s alias Thascales becomes Thascalos, Percival becomes Perceval and Miseus become Myseus.
- Thascalos is not revealed to be The Master until he hypnotises Perceval.
- The sequence of Krasis disappearing from the temple is omitted.
- Lakis is not dragged out of the King’s Chamber after delivering her message.
- The lack of casualties in the Roundhead battle is explained by Yates ordering his men to fire above their heads.
- The Brigadier addressing Yates as “Mike” after the V1 explosion is changed.
- Galleia tells The Doctor to leave after freeing him, knowing her people are doomed.
- On page 61, Perceval is referred to as Humphrey Perceval. This seems to be a mistake, since on other occasions his first name is given as Charles, as in the televised version. (In both versions, Cook’s first name is given as Humphrey.)