Catalogue of the Scrolls


The Society Library, also known as the Black Scrolls of Rassilon, is kept in a shoebox and consists mainly of Target novelisations of televised Doctor Who stories, which were immensely popular in the era before VHS and DVD releases. Freed of the constraints of a BBC budget and special effects limitations, some of them are even regarded by characters as a better interpretation of the stories than the televised versions.


More recently, the library has expanded slightly to contain a couple of audio adventures obtained through newspapers. A full catalogue of the society holdings is found below sorted by Doctor, and a speadsheet version can be downloaded as a spreadsheet here.


Any member of the society is free to borrow any of the books contained in the library, when it makes an appearance at a meeting, or to request one from the Keeper of the Scrolls, should the book in question be available. Loans are typically for a term, but can be renenewed by contacting the Keeper, so that they can keep track of the Scrolls.



Third Doctor


Doctor Who and the Auton Invasion
- by Terrance Dicks (based on 'Spearhead from Space')

Doctor Who and the Carnival of Monsters
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Cave-Monsters
- by Malcolm Hulke (based on 'Doctor Who and the Silurians')

Doctor Who and the Daemons
- by Barry Letts

Doctor Who and the Day of the Daleks
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who - Death to the Daleks
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Mutants
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Planet of the Spiders
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Space War
- by Malcolm Hulke (based on 'Frontier in Space')

Doctor Who and the Terror of the Autons
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Three Doctors
- by Terrance Dicks


Fourth Doctor


Doctor Who and the Armageddon Factor
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Brain of Morbius
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Creature from the Pit
- by David Fisher

Doctor Who and the Deadly Assassin
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Destiny of the Daleks
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Face of Evil
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Giant Robot
- by Terrance Dicks (based on the Fourth Doctor's debut story 'Robot')

Doctor Who and the Hand of Fear
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Horns of Nimon
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Invasion of Time
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Keeper of Traken
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Leisure Hive
- by David Fisher

Doctor Who - Logopolis
- by Christopher H. Bidmead

Doctor Who and the Masque of Mandragora
- by Philip Hinchcliffe

Doctor Who and the Pyramids of Mars
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Revenge of the Cybermen
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Seed of Doom
- by Philip Hinchcliffe

Doctor Who and the Sunmakers
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Talons of Weng-Chiang
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who and the Underworld
- by Terrance Dicks


Fifth Doctor


Doctor Who - Castrovalva
- by Christopher H. Bidmead

Doctor Who - Enlightenment
- by Barbara Clegg

Doctor Who - The Five Doctors
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who - Kinda
- by Terrance Dicks

Doctor Who - Planet of Fire
- by Peter Grimwade

Doctor Who - Snakedance
- by Terrance Dicks


Sixth Doctor


Doctor Who - Mission to Magnus
- by Philip Martin (based on the 'Missing Story' which would have aired in Season 23 had the hiatus not occurred)

Doctor Who - Timelash
- by Glen McCoy


Seventh Doctor


Love and War
- by Paul Cornell (VNA)


Eleventh Doctor


The Hounds of Artemis
- by James Goss (original audio adventure read by Matt Smith)

The Ring of Steel
- by Stephen Cole (original audio adventure read by Arthur Darvill)

The Way Through the Woods
- by Una McCormack (NSA)


Miscellaneous


The Science of Doctor Who
- by Paul Parsons (Non-fiction)



Key
- VNA = Virgin New Adventures
- NSA = New Series Adventures
- All other books are Target Novelisations unless otherwise specified


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