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Dirk Slipstream to save the day But who is Slipstream exactly And what is he really doing here This is a thrilling all new adventure featuring the Doctor and Amy as played by Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in the spectacular hit series from BBC Televisi. Two hundred fifty thousand years in the future a comet by the name Schuler Khan is headed straight for the Gyre a magnetic plain fashioned out of space debris and refuse A war is waging between the inhabitants of the Gyre the so called humans and the Sittuun a team of aliens armed with a bomb large enough to destroy the Gyre before Schuler Khan s impact obliterates the surrounding galaxy The Doctor and Amy are pulled into the situation when they land on the Gyre at the summons of a mysterious distress signal As suspected this media tie in was decent but paled in comparison to the show Dialogue and characterization lagged surely due to the freshness of Matt Smith s incarnation conversely it can be seen as the Doctor still cooking as this story took place somewhere after The Beast Below It also explains why time was devoted to original characters inconseuential to the TV program s continuity While separations are common on the show Amy and the Doctor were apart for over half of the novel and that is too long especially as their scenes together were priceless building on the natural chemistry Matt Smith and Karen Gillan bring to their characters interaction The high five bit was indicative of a friendship still finding its footing even as the hand holding moment drew on their intermittent fourteen year relationship If I can get my hands on them I ll read of these tie ins I am just that enad with the adventures of this Doctor and his companion

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The middle of an all out frontier war between Sittuun and Humans and the countdown has already started There's a comet in the sky and it's on a collision course with the GyreWhen the Doctor is kidnapped it's up to Amy and galaxy famous swashbuckler. Fun book to read It was nice to read an Amy doctor story before Rory I missed him though because I always thought he brought humor to Amy and the doctor Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark kidnapped it's up to Amy and galaxy famous swashbuckler. Fun book to read It was nice to read an Amy doctor story before Rory I missed him though because I always thought he brought humor to Amy and the doctor

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'This is the Gyre the most hostile environment in the galaxy' 250000 years' worth of junk floating in deep space home to the shipwrecked Sittuun the carnivorous Sollogs and worst of all the Humans The Doctor and Amy arrive on this terrifying world in. Probably the pick of the first batch of Eleventh Doctor novelsBeing set just after Victory of the Daleks it s easy to forget that it was just Amy traveling with The Doctor at this pointThe fact that Arthur Darvill narrates the audiobook makes me miss Rory There s some nice months as The Doctor and Amy arrive on Gyre in 2500339 Both the Sittuun and the humans are at war on this flat junk planet and the TARDIS has landed the Time Lord and he s friend in the middle of itThe story itself is pretty average fair that has some nice Doctor momentsWhilst the humans religious beliefs from their descendants was easily my favourite part of the book

  • Hardcover
  • 256
  • Doctor Who
  • David Llewellyn
  • English
  • 03 May 2018
  • 9781846079696

About the Author: David Llewellyn

David Llewellyn is a Welsh novelist and script writer He grew up in Pontypool and graduated from Dartington College of Arts in 2000 His first novel Eleven was published by Seren Press in 2006 His second Trace Memory a spin off from the BBC drama series Torchwood was published in March 2008 Everything Is Sinister was published by Seren in May 2008 He has written two novels for the Doctor



10 thoughts on “Doctor Who

  1. says:

    Probably the pick of the first batch of Eleventh Doctor novelsBeing set just after Victory of the Daleks it’s easy to forget that it was just Amy traveling with The Doctor at this pointThe fact that Arthur Darvill narrates the audiobook ma

  2. says:

    Night of the Humans was a fun Doctor Who story set during series five which features Amy Pond and the 11th Doctor I listened to the audiobook which was narrated by Arthur Darvill and the production is excellent I think he's uickly becoming one of my favorite audiobook narrators The only way this story could be better would be if h

  3. says:

    This is a typical piece of teen Doctor Who and while it is not my cup of tea compared to other books in the range it wins on one uniue feature This is a perfect Matt Smith episode He as captured the mannerisms of his Doctor perfectly of which very few can lay claim You could convince yourself that this was one of your favourite episodes years later only to realise that duhRecommended for people who want to capture the e

  4. says:

    This is the first Doctor Who book I've read with Eleven And I loved it of course I love everything Doctor Who related There is only one thing that bugged me it's also the reason why I gave it 3 stars in stead of 4 The POV switch Too many and s

  5. says:

    So for a Doctor Who serial based on the TV show actors and all and written by someone who is intimately associated with the subject I would give this five stars It's a pretty good story for doctor who not as good as midnight or blink or silence in the library or in the time of angels or the eleventh hour or the impossible planet But those were all episodes so whateverAs a novel thoughEven as a chapter bookI found this grotesue A

  6. says:

    Fun book to read It was nice to read an Amy doctor story before Rory I missed him though because I always thought he brought humor to Amy and the doctor

  7. says:

    Two hundred fifty thousand years in the future a comet by the name Schuler Khan is headed straight for the Gyre a magnetic plain fashioned out of space debris and refuse A war is waging between the inhabitants of the Gyre the so called “humans” and the Sittuun a team of aliens armed with a bomb large enough to destroy the Gyre before Schuler Khan’s impact obliterates the surrounding galaxy The Doctor and Amy are pulled into

  8. says:

    This is like it The second brand new Who book with Eleven and Amy Pond reads like a rollicking pulp sci fi novel but of course with that true Doctor dilemma that leaves him having to make a choice over the safety of a few versus the safety of many I hope that the next lot of books are as satisfying as this one

  9. says:

    The story line is rather creative but I feel like there were several moments that were out of character from the TV series Granted th

  10. says:

    An interesting premise with the Tardis materialising on a morass of solidified junk floating in space rather like the Sargasso Sea Aliens whose language is so unpronounceable to humans they adopt human names it was bizarre having aliens with Syrian names but I got used to it after a while and whose culture was significantly different from human cultures made a nice change from a lot of DW novels where the aliens seldom h

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