An excellent novel for the 4th Doctor and Leela. If you haven't seen the classic episode The Robots of Death, well, I suggest you go and do so before listening to this. While it's not essential, it does provide a rich background of images and knowledge of settings and characters that you otherwise might not have. The story is well done all around really. Good plot, awesome characters, interesting settings, and Mr. Collings does a great job with the narration. If you like Doctor Who, the 4th Doctor, and especially if Leela is a favored Companion of yours, then you will very likely enjoy this book as much as I did, so I heartily recommend it.
It's a good, detailed and lively story of the 11th Doctor, but he's on his own, well, other than guest characters within this story. VERY well done narration thanks to David Warner and, in part, Nicholas Briggs. Warner makes the story worth listening to when it otherwise might not be and because of this, it's a decent book to have. Good, rather good in fact, but not great.
Well, my subject title pretty much says it all. Anthony Head does a great job and the story itself was definitely one of the better ones as well. It managed to make the 9th Doctor someone interesting and not overly dour as he's often portrayed, but nevertheless, thank God Rose was in the book. Certain aspects of the novel would have fallen very flat and the pacing would have been ruined completely if not for her and Jack. Overall, a really good listen and certainly one I'd recommend.