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He IS the Doctor. :) I enjoyed his switching accents from his Scottish to his Doctor's British accent.
I've listened to two Stephen Cole 10th Doctor stories, this one and the Art of Destruction. The Art of Destruction was better, but this one is still excellent. He has a wonderful way of keeping the characters consistent with their mannerisms in the show, so of all the Doctor Who books I've listened to, his are the best/most like the show.
Made especially fun by being narrated by the one and only 10th Doctor, David Tennant. Great story, fully fleshed characters, and we get a bit of Mickey as well. Quite enjoyable.
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This was one of the best Doctor who adventures I've ever heard.
David Tennant does a great job as the Doctor and that is not a surprise because he is the 12th Doctor after all.
Great book and you should listen it!
I really wish that this one had been an episode of the show, it's really that good! The story was compelling and just the right amount of creepy for me, as someone afraid of the water--if you liked The Waters of Mars episode, there's a similar feeling to this story.
David Tennant's narration was spot-on, obviously as The Doctor, but all characters were brilliantly voiced, my favorite being Crenshaw...so delightfully unnerving!
Final words: give it a go, it's so worth it if you loved Ten!
I love how David Tennant gives the characters different voices, and reads at a reasonable pace. The tale itself has the feel of a ghost sea story and was creepy at times, which I loved and could really get into. Fans of the show or of Tennant will enjoy this one!
Western North Carolina Geek trapped in the triangle. Love to get lost in a good epic fantasy/horror book anytime.
Had a long drive. But David Tennant as the The Doctor keep me from loading my mind.
I've listened to three Tennant narrated Doctor Who adventures recently and so far, this is my 2nd favorite (after The Stone Rose). I love that Rose and Mickey are key characters and the monster truly freaked me out. Definitely worth it!
Recent graduate New York Institute of Photography. Love SciFi and mystery.
I enjoyed it, but somehow it didn't measure up to the TV series. Probably just me, but there was something missing. then again, Tenant's voices were excellent is the telling.
David Tennant is a fantastic narrator and brings to life not just The Doctor but all the characters from Rose to the villains. There were some great action moments. Overall I enjoyed the story as a fan of Doctor Who even with a few moments where I thought the plot and characterisations weren't completely consistent within the story.
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