The TARDIS materialises on board the maiden voyage of a pioneering space cruiser, travelling from Earth to the planet Eternity. The Doctor has just started exploring the huge, hi-tech Interstitial Transposition Vehicle when there is a loud bang, a massive jolt, and a flash of light. Shortly afterwards, he discovers that nearly all the passengers and crew have disappeared. Unless the Doctor and flight attendant Sugar MacAuley can take control and steer the ship, they could crash-land or keep slipping through space forever. And as if that wasn't enough, something awful awaits them on Eternity.
Written exclusively for audio by Dan Abnett and read by David Tennant, The Last Voyage features the Doctor as played by David Tennant in the acclaimed hit series from BBC Television.
©2010 Dan Abnett; (P)2010 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
David Tennant does a a great job of reading this audiobook and keeping the listener interested and guessing what is going to happen next. We get the Doctor that we know and love, and yet we are not overloaded with so many sub-characters that we lose the storyline. Mr. Tennant's vocal range is fun to listen to, as is his voice in general, but with this performance there is a definite distinction between who is whom so the listener isn't left guessing whom is speaking at any one time. I appreciated this, as sometimes it is difficult to distinguish between characters with some readers.
I recommend this audiobook for Doctor Who fans. It is fun, mysterious and a great listen in the car.
Tennant exhilarates, entertains!
The Doctor, of course.
David Tennant could read the dictionary and it would be an Audible best seller.
I'm relatively new to the Who universe and when I found out there were audiobook novels available I became interested. I downloaded a couple of them to listen to as I work around my house (when I can't WATCH Doctor Who episodes) and I must say I am greatly pleased. It maintained the feel of the show and helped me imagine a fantastic vision of the story. I will definitely be getting more Doctor audiobooks.
There IS NO comparing The Doctor!
I was very excited to see that my favorite Doctor was narrating his own tale. I was not disappointed either. Mr. Tennant did a fantastic job and I can't wait to listen to him narrate another tale.
I love listening to David Tennant and listening to him be The Doctor is the best ever.
I have to love the homage to "The Langoliers" it even has the creepy monsters with the giant sharp teeth.
This is one of the best I've listened to yet! I love the mystery and the monsters and the adventure, and of course, Tennant's reading was the icing on the cake.
David Tennant is already a fabulous narrator and even acts his part as the tenth Doctor as if it were a hidden special during his run on the show. The story feels like it takes place in before the final story arch of Tennant's run and could have easily been the first draft of the Titanic episode, Voyage of the Damned. If you enjoyed this era of Doctor Who you will enjoy Doctor Who: The Last Voyage.
It was definitely one of the more scary Doctor who stories, but it was well written and it had some great twists - and hearing a doctor who adventure read by an actual doctor, that is just ising on a chocolate cake
David Tennant never fails to deliver. This is a nice snack-sized audiobook. Exciting yet not too stressful to bear in a relaxed state.
This book is great. My son likes the doctor who series, and has an ipod and a dock bay. He loves to listen to audiobooks on his ipod, and loved having doctor who on his ipod to listen to. Recommend to any astrosaur loving person.
"I enjoyed this"
David Tennant did a good job as narrator. I enjoyed listening to this book.
"Creepy but fantastic"
These review questions are odd. It's impossible to rank a book against others I've listened to as there are far too many.
A good review shouldn't contain spoilers. The books aren't long enough to reveal anything that isn't a plot point
All of them.
I wouldn't. Films spoil books
This book is fantastic. Has some really chilling parts, beautiful description. Close your eyes and your there, David tennants narration really brings the story to life.
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