‘There's no end to the horror in this place - it's like Hell, and there are devils round every corner.’
On Leisure Platform 9 gamblers and villains mix with socialites and celebrities. It’s a place where you won’t want to win the wrong game. With Rory kidnapped by a brutal crime lord, the Doctor and Amy infiltrate a deadly contest where fugitives become the hunted. But how long before they realise the Doctor isn’t a vicious mercenary and discover what Amy is up to? It’s a game that can only end in death, and time for everyone is running out.
Read by Arthur Darvill, Hunter’s Moon features the Doctor, Amy and Rory, as played by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill in the spectacular hit series from BBC Television.
©2011 Paul Finch (P)2011 AudioGO Ltd
Hold up though. This series has been going on for so long in other incarnations that I can't honestly say this was good enough.
Darvill portrayed the characters very well in this but the story is a middle of the road thing. Not really bad, but nothing I care about either.
If you have an extra credit and have nothing else your considering or saving for I'd say get this as it is a worthwhile adventure for the price, but there are plenty of better Doctor Who things you could spend that 17 dollars on otherwise, like a few episodes of the show instead.
Doctor Who, James Bond, Alexandre Dumas, Jane Austen, Shakespeare, Elizabeth Gaskell, but mostly just Doctor Who.
I think I've found the best Doctor Who book out there. There are average ones, good ones, and really good ones, but Hunter's Moon is phenomenal. Arthur Darvill is one of the best narrators on Audible, to the point you forget its even Rory's voice. He masters the Doctor's running explanations second only to Matt Smith himself, the lilting tone of Amy's biting comments, and distinct accents for each of the other characters.
Some of the names get a bit confusing, because I think they all start with Z, but I enjoy listening to these books as it saves me the trouble of trying to pronounce them myself.
I couldn't put this story down (figuratively) and after listening to the first two hours over the course of a few days, I listened to the rest of it in one large chunk. Much like the episodes, it grabs you right away and you just have to find out how they get out of their predicament and all come back together right at the end.
I picked up this story because I love the sound of Arthur Darvill's voice and I needed one more book to get the April listening rewards. It is so worth the $13. If you never read another Doctor Who story, read this one. It is by far the best.
Bit more violent and grim then the TV show, but it's engaging and true to the characters.
Enjoyed how each of the main characters have an opportunity to shine and rise to the occasion to save themselves and others.
Arthur Darvill does a fabulous job, his creative range with character voices and accents is impressive.
Boring. This one is full of story elements that are predictable, and out-of-date. Humans being hunted for sport, check. Amy in tight clothing, check. Winning streak in gambling then losing it all, check. etc, etc. No I didn't finish the book, as much as I like finishing things. Two chapters left, and I just cannot stand listening to another bit.
"Love this one!"
I really enjoyed this title, I would love to see it brought to life on the big screen, and I simply adore the sound of Arthur Darvill for me he captures the essence of this period of Doctor Who
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