This is like a lost episode for season 4. The Nemonite Invasion has it all. Besides being an interesting story, with lots of well developed characters, it is decidedly creepy and suspenseful. Catherine Tate can really bring any character to life --especially the Doctor. Donna is quirky as usual. The Doctor's personality is spot on -- I could imagine it all in my mind. Without giving away the plot, the story flows through a series of events that will make you laugh, shiver, and maybe even cry.
It's a must read, my favorite of all things Dr. Who.
If you love a chance to get inside the Doctor's head, this is the story for you. Since he's alone, you get a sneak peek of what he's thinking. It's spot on, with lots of twists and turns. The narrator is wonderful at speaking like different characters and showing emotion. This is a tie for my favorites with the Nemonite Invasion.
Oh, and if you are a softie like me, you'll cry at the end.
I got this Doctor Who audiobook by chance. I had been looking for something else. It was well, well worth it.
The Doctor's character is spot on. Donna is hilarious, and it helps that Catherine Tate is the narrator. I think it is the best book out all of them so far. And, trust me, I've read/listened to almost all of them.
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