It took a long time time to setup the main plot.
It was entertaining but slow moving and very far fetched plot.
I have not heard any other performances.
the story was great and captivating. the narration was an interesting mix of accents and styles.
It did not flow as well as the television episodes. This did not have the same feel as Dr. Who.
Confronting the woman on the bridge. No spoilers.
David Tennant is so distinctive it is hard to hear him perform the other characters. This would have been better as a full cast audio style book.
I like Doctor who, I like audio books, and I thought this would be a great pairing but it just did not transfer well to this medium. I think part of the Doctors comic success is playing off of a straight man (serious character) and that is hard to do with one narrator.
This is one of the better audio books I have listened to.
I liked the mix of action and character development.It kept me interested and wanting more.
I have not heard this narrator before.
Zombies at Sea!
The book ends suddenly. There isn't really a resolution but more of a to be continued in the next book feeling.
This was an a very good story with good narrators. I think it is one of the better stories I have listened to but not the best.
The narrator was very good at conveying the different characters and emotions. Wil Wheaton was better then the second narrator at differentiating between characters.
I wish I had listened to the original first before hearing the updated version. Both stories were good and it was interesting to compare the two.
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