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e-Book Doctor Who: The Rising Night: An Exclusive Audio Adventure epub download

Author: Scott Handcock
ISBN: 1602837635
Publisher: BBC Audiobooks America (September 15, 2009)
Language: English
Category: Science Fiction
Size ePUB: 1497 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Subcategory: Fantasy

e-Book Doctor Who: The Rising Night: An Exclusive Audio Adventure epub download

by Scott Handcock



An exciting audio original adventure. The TARDIS arrives in an 18th Century village in the Yorkshire Moors.

An exciting audio original adventure. Vampires + David Tennant Super cool. Right? Oh, how wrong I was. The Doctor goes to a village in England in the 18th century where the sun and moon have been blacked out. Apparently most of the villagers (men and women) have disappeared as well.

С серией книг New Series Adventures не пересекаются. BBC Audiobooks Ltd. Серия: BBC Doctor Who: New Series Audio Exclusives

С серией книг New Series Adventures не пересекаются. The Doctor and Donna face monstrous insects and a ruthless robot exterminator in this thrilling, exclusive audio story, read by David Tennant. The TARDIS is lost in battle on a distant planet. When the Doctor sets off in pursuit, Donna is left behind, and finds herself accepting a commission in the Pioneer Corps. Серия: BBC Doctor Who: New Series Audio Exclusives. The story of a brand new adventure for the Doctor, as played by David Tennant in the hit BBC One series.

Part of the Doctor Who: 10th Doctor Tales: 10th Doctor Audio Originals compilation, so if you want this, even .

Written specially for audio by Scott Handcock, The Rising Night is read by Michelle Ryan, who played Christina in the TV episode Planet of the . Include any personal information. Mention spoilers or the book's price. 0) 50 characters minimum.

Written specially for audio by Scott Handcock, The Rising Night is read by Michelle Ryan, who played Christina in the TV episode Planet of the Dead. It’s hard to keep up with the stunning (and high quality) releases from BBC AUDIO’ - Eye of Horus.

The Rising Night is an exclusive to audio Doctor Who story, produced as part of BBC Books' New Series Adventures line, and was the fourth entry in the series to be produced. Written by Scott Handcock and read by Michelle Ryan, it features the Tenth Doctor and was published in July 2009

Written specially for audio by Scott Handcock, "The Rising Night" is read by Michelle Ryan, who played Christina in the TV episode "Planet of the Dead"

Written specially for audio by Scott Handcock, "The Rising Night" is read by Michelle Ryan, who played Christina in the TV episode "Planet of the Dead". It's hard to keep up with the stunning (and high quality) releases from BBC AUDIO' - "Eye of Horus".

The Rising Night was a made-for-audio Tenth Doctor story, written by Scott Handcock, produced for BBC Audio and released in July 2009. The TARDIS arrives in an 18th Century village in the Yorkshire Moors, where livestock has been vanishing from the farmland and strange lights have been seen in the skies. Something is very wrong here, and he soon becomes involved in a nightmarish adventure, in which he is helped by a young local woman named Charity.

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The Doctor soon becomes involved in a nightmarish adventure, helped by a young local woman named Charity. But who is feeding on the blood of the locals, and where will the carnage stop? Written specially for audio by Scott Handcock, "The Rising Night "is read by Michelle Ryan, who played Christina in the television episode Planet of the Dead. Dimensions 132 x 150 x 18mm 159g. Publication date 01 May 2014.

Read by Burn Gorman, who plays Owen Harper, this thrilling adventure .

Read by Burn Gorman, who plays Owen Harper, this thrilling adventure features Captain Jack Harkness, Owen Harper, Toshiko Sato and Ianto Jones, as played byJohn Barrowman, Burn Gorman, Naoko Mori and Gareth David-Lloyd in the hit series from BBC Television. Written specially for audio by James Goss, "Department X" is set before the 'Children of Earth' TV story and features Captain Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper and Ianto Jones, as played by John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Gareth David-Lloyd in the hit series from BBC Television.

An exciting audio original adventure. The TARDIS arrives in an 18th Century village in the Yorkshire Moors, where livestock has been vanishing from the farmland and strange lights have been seen in the skies. Something is very wrong here, and he soon becomes involved in a nightmarish adventure, in which he is helped by a young local woman named Charity. Who is feeding on the blood of the locals, and where will the carnage stop? Written specially for audio by Scott Handcock, "The Rising Night" is read by Michelle Ryan, who played Christina in the TV episode "Planet of the Dead."
Cordabor
I was excited about this audiobook because its preview reminded me of "Forever Autumn" -- something spooky and mysterious. Sadly, it was a major let down when I finally listened to it. There were some good spots. I mean, it's the Doctor - and his character has that wit that is often hilarious. Yet, even with that, the story lacked any real substance.

I would even go so far as to say it is mostly boring. I'd get one of the other audiobooks. The Nemonite Invasion (through Audible) was awesome -- as was The Forever Trap and Pest Control. Prisoner of the Daleks is a good one too! Or, you could wait for "Day of the Troll" which will be read by David Tennant.

So, all in all, I feel it isn't worth it.
Fomand
It was great i found it kept me interested the whole way through the story. If it was a written book i wouldnt have been able to put it down
Prince Persie
SPOILERS AHEAD

The reason I wanted to read (well listen since it's only available as an audio book) this Doctor Who book was because there seemed to be vampires involved. Vampires + David Tennant = Super cool. Right? Oh, how wrong I was. The Doctor goes to a village in England in the 18th century where the sun and moon have been blacked out. Apparently most of the villagers (men and women) have disappeared as well. Charity, as member of the village is who married to the local blacksmith, and somehow (and it is now explained why) holds an important position in the town, accompanies the Doctor while he tries to figure out what is going on. The ending to this book is really stupid. That's really all I can say about the ending without spoiling. The monster-of-the-week was pretty lame as well. The Vampire-like monsters would, and no I am not making this up, ask in a polite voice for you to dance with them, and as you danced with them they'd suck your blood. Is that lame or what?! This entire audio book was crap. I even had my mother (she's a long-time Doctor Who fan too) listen to it as well and she agreed. My advice is to skip this one.
Nagis
The story could have been all right, I guess, but I didn't much like the way it was read. Michelle Ryan's voice got on my nerves for some reason. Nothing really stood out in the story to gain my interest (though on paper it sounded like it would be good) and I just felt it was something of nothing really. Maybe it would have been good if it had been read by someone else, but as it is, it just felt tedious to listen to, and even though it may have been much better if the reading had been done differently or with a different voice, it still would not have been an outstanding and memorable story. In fact, I tried quite a few times to get to the end of this story without falling asleep, and after the 5th attempt, (five nights later) gave up and forced myself to stay awake to listen to the end, but still cannot recall exactly what happened, and usually some of these stories are so riveting that they keep me entrhalled right to the end and then I spend a few moments basking in the memory of them, but this one was so uninteresting it really bordered on boring.

Basically, dull as ditchwater. - Should have got Catherine Tate, or Russell Tovey to do the reading. The end result may have been totally different then. Michelle Ryan just rushed through it at times, with a very monotonous voice.
Nothing like the brilliance of The Forever Trap, which was read perfectly by Catharine Tate. That one was great. This, I'm afraid, is just a great big flop.
Cordalas
A nice, basic Who story set in the time after the Doctor and Donna seperated. Some interesting characters and good descriptions of events. There even got to be a very interesting companion. The problems I had were that it was rather predictable and those good descriptions got a bit repetitive.
I would like to see this story expanded into an episode, or more about the Doctor with his companion, but it is entirely too late for that now.
Onnell
Part of the Doctor Who: 10th Doctor Tales: 10th Doctor Audio Originals compilation, so if you want this, even if it isn't the greatest Doctor Who story, get it that way.