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Doctor Who Reading Doctor Who Author Trevor Baxendale Wgf2011.eu In The Year 2382 Archaeologists Land On Akoshemon S Only Moon, Searching For Evidence Of The Planet S Infamous Past But When The Doctor, Tegan And Nyssa Are Drawn Into The Lunar Caverns They Find Than A Team Of Academics And Help Uncover Much Than Ancient History Something Is Lying In Wait, Deep Inside The Labyrinth Of Caves Something That Remembers The Spiral Of War, Pestilence And Deprivation That Ruined Akoshemon Something That Rejoiced In Every Kind Of Horror And Destruction An Age Old Terror Is About To Be Reborn But What Is The Hideous Secret Of The Bloodhunter And Why Does Nyssa Feel That Her Thoughts Are No Longer Her Own Forced To Confront His Own Worst Fears, Even The Doctor Will Be Pushed To Breaking Point And Beyond.

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  • Paperback
  • 275 pages
  • Doctor Who
  • Trevor Baxendale
  • English
  • 11 July 2018
  • 0563538651

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  1. says:

    Fear of the dark is really just a fear of the unknown What can t be seen Like the future But I don t fight the future I fight for the future And I protect it from the things that thrive on the unknown Fear Hostility Cruelty Injustice I don t rejoice in death I don t believe in violence or cruelty Where I can, I try to save life The Fifth Doctor and his companions Teagan and Nyssa join an archaeological team who are mining the moon of the ruined planet Akoshemon But there is moFear of the dark is really just a fear of the unknown What can t be seen Like the future But I don t fight the future I fight for the future And I protect it from the things that thrive on the unknown Fear Hostility Cruelty Injustice I don t rejoice in death I don t believe in violence or cruelty Where I can, I try to save life The Fifth Doctor and his companions Teagan and Nyssa join an archaeological team who are mining the moon of the ruined planet Akoshemon But there isthan this situation that meets the eye For the archaeological team are up tothan just studying the past And Akoshemon has ...


  2. says:

    An alternative title for this could have been Primal fears or perhaps the muchunwieldy A Lot of Stuff Doctor Who Does, but Done Very Well We have a mining operation Doctor Who has always been a sucker for a mining operation, battling ancient evil raised from the earth itself is it most blatant and frequent hat tip to Lovecraft we have humourless authority figures The Doctor s most reliable enemy eventhan The Daleks, The Cybermen and The Master is an intransigent authori An alternative title for this could have been Primal fears or perhaps the muchunwieldy A Lot of Stuff Doctor Who Does, but Done Very Well We have a mining operation Doctor Who has always been a sucker for a mining operation, battling ancient evil raised from the earth itself is it most blatant and frequent hat tip to Lovecraft we have humourless authority figures The Doctor s most reliable enemy eventhan The Daleks, The Cybermen and The Master is an intransigent authority figure who just won t smile we have ...


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Publisher s summary On a moon of the ruined planet Akoshemon, an age old terror is about to be reborn Something that remembers the spiral of war, pestilence and deprivation and rejoices in it The Fifth Doctor joins a team of archaeologists searching for evidence of the planet s infamous past, and uncoversthan just ancient history Forced to confront his own worst fears, even the Doctor will be pushed to breaking point and beyond Well, this seems to be another book that I really da Publisher s summary On a moon of the ruined planet Akoshemon, an age old terror is about to be reborn Something that remembers the spiral of war, pestilence and deprivation and rejoices in it The Fifth Doctor joins a team of archaeologists searching for evidence of the planet s infamous past, and uncoversthan just ancient history Forced to confront his own worst fears, even the Doctor will be pushed to breaking point and beyond Well, this seems to be another book that I really damn enjoyed but the majority of people had problems with Ah, well.Anyway, remember me saying that Ten Little aliens was dark W...


  4. says:

    As much as I like to mock the designers of the covers of these books, I have to give them ample credit for managing to do the unthinkableturn boyish Fifth Doctor Peter Davison into someone creepily unsettling Whatever you might think of the contents of the book, you have to admit that its an effective cover.The Past Doctor Adventures haven t garnered much in the way of a good reputation lately, veering off the rails of quality to the point where achieving the level of bad parody might be As much as I like to mock the designers of the covers of these books, I have to give them ample credit for managing to do the unthink...


  5. says:

    There are some corners of the Universe, that have bred the most terrible things Doctor Who The Moonbase As part of the celebration of Doctor Who s 50th anniversary, this past Doctor novel was reissued I missed it the first time it was in print, but am glad I got to read it this time around For a series which takes pride in sending viewers behind the sofa It dosen t always do horror well There have been homages to horror classics like the mummy movie See Tomb of the Cybermen, and Pyram There are some corners of the Universe, that have bred the most terrible things Doctor Who The Moonbase As part of the celebration of Doctor Who s 50th anniversary, this past Doctor novel was reissued I missed it the first time it was in print, but am glad I got to read it this time around For a series which takes pride in sending viewers behind the sofa It dosen t always do horror well There have been homages to horror classics like the mummy movie See Tomb of the Cybermen, and Pyramids of Mars If this book has anything in common with horror, I d compare it with Alien or Predator There s a genetically engineered monster dubbed The Blood Hunter by The Doctor hunting dow...


  6. says:

    I ve read a good few tie in novels for various franchises over the past few years, and I think this may be the first I loved as a book first and as a version of a series I love second Some people will probably find the plot overly simplistic, the repetition of the same series of actions boring or the portrayal of the Doctor himself to be off putting, but I found the whole thing compelling and unsettling by turns, and ultimately, terribly relateable.The Dark is going to get you That childhood f I ve read a good few tie in novels for various franchises over the past few years, and I think this may be the first I loved as a book first and as a version of a series I love second Some people will probably find the plot overly simplistic, the repetition of the same series of actions boring or the portrayal of the Doctor himself to be off putting, but I found the whole thing compelling and unsettling by turns, and ultimately, terribly relateable.The Dark is going to get you That childhood fear It s founded in an animal memory far older than conscious thought And when miners find an old abandoned science facility or is it they find that the wisest thing to do i...


  7. says:

    The Fifth Doctor always struck me as bland and ineffectual, but he had some of the best companions, two of which accompany him here Unfortunately, Fear of the Dark serves them poorly.It s not that the plot is so awful, though it s a bit uninspired the thing that really grates after a while is the author s unrelenting sexism.I don t care if it s subconscious or not I don t even know how you can have two female companions and a prominent female secondary protagonist and still not pass the Bechde The Fifth Doctor always struck me as bland and ineffectual, but he had some of the best companions, two of which accompany him here Unfortunately, Fear of the Dark serves them poorly.It s not that the plot is so awful, though it s a bit uninspired the thing that really grates after a while is the author s unrelenting sexism.I don t care if it s subconscious or not I don t even know how you can have two female companions and a prominent female secondary protagonist and still not pass the Bechdel test That secondary protagonist, who started out so strongly, even spends the entire second half ...


  8. says:

    This was the first Doctor Who book I ve read and it was totally amazing The author writes the Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa so perfectly you can almost hear them talking to each other, and the setting is one of the most creepy and awesome settings in all of Doctor Who in my opinion A moss covered moon made almost entirely out of Lexium, an extremely rare mineral, with a horrible secret at it s heart On...


  9. says:

    It was nice re visiting the Fifth Doctor, especially with this entry of the series The author not only had the characters down pat, but delivered a cracking good story as well The book is extremely well written, peopled with vivid characters and lo...


  10. says:

    An absolutely fantastic and chilling 5th Doctor story if I ve ever read one This was an excellent follow up to Arc of Infinity and I loved the return of Tegan to the TARDIS gang Definitely recommended to anyone who is a fan of the 5th Docto...

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