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Doctor Who - Destiny of the Doctor - Shadow of Death Audiobook

Doctor Who - Destiny of the Doctor - Shadow of Death

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Following an emergency landing, the Tardis arrives on a remote world orbiting a peculiar star - a pulsar which exerts an enormous gravitational force, strong enough to warp time. On further exploration the Doctor and his friends, Jamie and Zoe, discover a human outpost on the planet surface, inhabited by scientists who are there to study an ancient city. The city is apparently abandoned, but the scientists are at a loss to explain what happened to its sophisticated alien architects.

The Doctor discovers that something dark, silent and deadly is also present on the world - and it is slowly closing in on the human intruders....

Written by: Simon Guerrier. Directed by: John Ainsworth.

©2013 AudioGo/Big Finish Productions (P)2013 Big Finish Productions

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    "Frazer Hines channels Patrick Troughton"

    A good second Doctor adventure. One of the remarkable things about it is the way Hines is able to perfectly capture the tone and speech patterns of Patrick Troughton: I found it hard at times to believe I was listening to only one reader (with Evie Dawnay providing the voice of one of the female characters).

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