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Five exciting novelisations of classic TV stories in which the Doctor and his companions encounter a colourful assortment of aliens.
In Doctor Who and the Carnival of Monsters the TARDIS appears to land in the Indian Ocean, but something is very wrong. Here lie Drashigs....
Doctor Who and the Sontaran Experiment sends the Doctor and friends to a future Earth, where a familiar opponent is subjugating humans.
In Doctor Who: Full Circle the occupants of a distant planet are fleeing from Mistfall and the coming of the Marshmen.
Doctor Who: Frontios finds the TARDIS in the far future, with a planet undermined by the monstrous Tractators.
In Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric an ancient evil stirs in 1940s England.
Katy Manning, Jon Culshaw, Matthew Waterhouse, Christopher H Bidmead and Terry Molloy read these classic tales, originally published as Target Books paperbacks.
Cover illustration by Andrew Skilleter
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- Amazon Customer
Two excellent stories justify the purchase
I've listened to a fair few Dr.Who novelisations and was very pleased to rank two stories from this collection in my top five. Frontios is a great piece of Sci-fi in its own right and makes for a great DW adventure, well read too. The Curse of Fenric is the clear standout with my only criticism being there's possibly too much going on, enough plot to drive two other stories! That's not a problem as all the factors and subplots are brilliantly brought together.
Of the other three, the Carnival of Monsters is the weakest. A decent enough premise spoiled for me by clichéd characters and sadly I didn't get on with Katy Manning's style of narration. One place above that comes the Sontaran Experiment. A rare miss for John Culshaw, I've enjoyed many of his other outings. He wasn't helped by a fairly thin plot. Full Circle places between the two hits and two misses and is the third of the set that I'll be revisiting in future.
- Amazon Customer
Great to have the chapter titles included and the stories split up so you can differentiate between tracks. Good work