The 2nd Doctor with the help of his companions and the 11th Doctor must figure out why time is moving at different speeds both on the ship they landed in and outdoors. Also what happened to all the people who used to live there. Excellent job reading by Farzier Hines who played Jamie McCrimmon in the series.
It's the perfect read for Doctor Who fans on the go as the duration is not much longer than one of the current TV episodes. I can't wait for all the others in this series to be released as they are doing one for each Doctor as part of the 50th anniversary.
The Doctor and Rose investigate a disappearance as well as people seemingly turning to stone. In the process they get stoned themselves. How will they get out of this one?
David (the 10th Doctor) Tennant does a Brilliant job performing and breathing life into this fun adventure. Its very entertaining and short enough to be enjoyed several times.
As always, Stephen King (this time with Stewart O' Nan) can create a great character, and he does so once again here. The premise is the main character Dean Evers is seeing faces from his life in the crowd of a televised baseball game. Many of them are deceased and it doesn't seem possible. He is determined to get to the bottom of it. There is a nice surprise in here and its a fun quick listen with Craig Wassen giving a very strong performance. As is sometimes the case with a Stephen King book, the ending is a bit anti climactic, but overall I found it enjoyable.
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