A new Doctor Who book for younger readers, Doctor Who: The Secret in Vault 13, is out from today in the UK.

Doctor Who: The Secret in Vault 13 is written by the award-winning David Solomons – the best-selling author of the My Brother is a Superhero series – with artwork by the talented illustrator Lauren Ellen Anderson.

The new book is a perfect introduction to Doctor Who for readers aged 7 and up, as well as a must-have for young fans of the show and the Thirteenth Doctor!

Doctor Who: The Secret in Vault 13

Written by David Solomons
Illustrated by Laura Ellen Anderson
Text Art by George Ermos
Under the Art Director of Benjamin Hughes
Published by Puffin House

sinister school where graduation means death . . .
monstrous mystery lurking below a quiet London street . . .
A desperate plea for help delivered by . . . hang on. A potted plant?

The Doctor has been summoned. The galaxy is in terrible danger, and only a Time Lord can save it. But to do so, she must break in to an ancient vault on a remote and frozen world – from which nobody has ever returned alive . . .

Can the Doctor and her friends Yaz, Ryan and Graham uncover the shocking secret in Vault 13?

Doctor Who: The Secret in Vault 13 is available in the UK from today as paperback, on Kindle and on audio CD read by Sophie Aldred. Fans in the US will have to wait a little longer, with the release date set as Tuesday 6th November 2018.

Look out on Blogtor Who later today when we’ll have a review of the new children’s story, and come back tomorrow for our interview with the author himself, David Solomons!

Doctor Who: The Secret in Vault 13 is the first of two new stories from the show by Solomons; the second will follow in Autumn 2019.

Meanwhile, the televised adventures of the Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and the rest of Team TARDIS – Yaz (Mandip Gill), Ryan (Tosin Cole) and Graham (Bradley Walsh) – continue this Sunday 4th November with The Tsuranga Conundrum.


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