The Doctor and Compassion are captured by a sadistic power block, whilst Fitz is trapped in a virtual reality world - and loving every minute.
Not the most fulfilling of Who books. The Doctor is separated from both of his companions and his aims are, for a time, at odds with Fitz's and Compassion's. There is brutality and death, not necessarily a bad thing, but there seemed rather too much of it.
Once again, Fitz has a romance as well as a fling on the side. However, he does seem to feel something genuine for the girl in this story, so maybe he isn't completely irredeemable.
Perhaps the most telling aspect of this book is that when the time came to review it, there were few concrete things I could say, or recall, about it. Wonderful cover, though.
Title: Parallel 59