An Eighth Doctor, Fitz and Anji novel. The first settlers of New Jupiter were a handful of humans, with androids to help make the planet habitable. Many generations down, the New Jupitan President, John F Hoover, faces a challenge to his hereditary role. His popularity is threatened by the Association for New Jupitan Independence - ANJI - who want to establish New Jupitan Independence. So Hoover has set up an Earth Tneme Park - EarthWorld. It is nearly complete and will enormously boost the planet's income from off-worlders - and thus the President's popularity. He has no intention of telling anyone that there are people entering EarthWorld who are mysteriously never seen again. Meanwhile the President has three triplet daughters to succeed him in his hereditary role. Unbeknown to him, they have been tampering with EarthWorld's androids - but why? And can the Doctor find out before the problems on New Jupiter get out of control?
Jacqueline Rayner is happy to write thousands upon thousands of words of fiction, but has just spent over an hour trying to think of something to say about herself for this biography. She has written books about Doctor Who, Merlin and other TV series, and even some books that aren't connected to TV series at all. She lives in Essex with her husband and twin sons, and spends a lot of time thinking of ways to raise money for http://letsdoitforme.blogspot.com/
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