I love how David Tennant gives the characters different voices (especially Jackie) - it makes it easier to keep track of who says what. I really liked the museum bit as it was full of fun and character. Overall, it was an entertaining story. A bit hard to keep track of some of the time travel/explanation later on, but overall enjoyable.
Tennant is such a good, lively narrator and this story is so in the style of Ten's era of Doctor Who that this audiobook is just a delight to listen to.
Excellent narration by David Tennant. Story had a bit too many things going on at once for one book, I thought, and the pot was fairly easy to deduce, but overall enjoyable.
I will admit that Tennant is not my favorite of the new Doctors, They all run a very close race with each other. I thought his portrayal of the cast was brilliant! He got every ones personalities spot on and think he did a wonderful job narrating this book.
The writing was great also, I felt like this could have easily been an actual tv show. If I have any complaints, it would be that for the length of the book it could have had a few more twists. Dont get me wrong there were several but I have to admit that without knowing anything about the story, I had figured out the "bad guy" pretty early on which is normally harder to do in the actual show. Very entertaining book regardless!
This was so wonderful. The story was perfect for Doctor Who fans - enough twists and turns to keep me guessing, but not too many that I was confused by the end. The characters all felt true to their tv counterparts, and David Tennant's reading was a joy. I can't recommend this enough!
Loved it! Great story. Tennant is the perfect narrator, I always love listening to him and readily get anything he does.