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Kerry Shale reads an exciting original story featuring the 12th Doctor, as played on TV by Peter Capaldi, in an adventure with the Weeping Angels.

All Alex Yow wants is to become a photojournalist and break her first story. All Brandon Yow wants is for his sister to keep out of trouble and come home. But that's not going to happen, because Alex has taken a picture of a statue. A statue that can move.

A statue that makes people disappear. A statue that is hunting them down.

In upstate New York, the Doctor is chasing weird energies that should not exist. Teaming up with Alex and Brandon, he discovers a powerful force enslaved to another's will. Who controls the lonely assassin that prowls the streets? What secrets are the residents of Rickman hiding? And will Alex and Brandon survive the night of the Weeping Angels?

Kerry Shale, who played Dr Renfrew in the TV story 'Day of the Moon', reads this action-packed original audiobook by George Mann and Cavan Scott, based on the hit BBC TV series. Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes approx.

©2017 George Mann and Cavan Scott (P)2017 BBC Worldwide Ltd.

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good story

overall a good story , like an episode. hopefully part 2 comes soon since it leads to it.

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Great story with a few odd issues

I really enjoyed this story and also The Lost Magic, but I wish these would have been labelled as being a multi-part story, as this is #1 and that one is #2 and I listened out of order. Also, I know these were done for British people, but it's jarring (as an American) to think of the American characters to see flashlights and think of them as torches (we think of torches as sticks with fire at the end) or to think of their sneakers as "trainers". I know the British words, but it jars me out of the story.

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Alright

This story was alright, but the more the Weeping Angels appears the less terrifying they are. The narrator’s accent was also a bit grating and distracting from the story.

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It's The Doctor!

The story felt like any episode on tv. It was engaging l, had mystery, and a plot twist! It felt so very Doctor Who though I'm not a fan of the audiobook narrator

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Whovians should listen to this book.

Worth listening to while sleeping and the narrators are excellent. What happens when an angel goes missing listen here and find out.

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  • Sparky
  • 04-16-17

Badly narrated, story weak.

What disappointed you about Doctor Who: The Lost Angel?

The story isn't compelling and the doctor is narrated in a very odd fashion, he sounds like Robbie Coltrane, playing Hagrid, who is playing the doctor, with a twist of Jimmy Cranky thrown in for good measure.

How could the performance have been better?

A better narrator would have helped to lift the story.

What character would you cut from Doctor Who: The Lost Angel?

The Doctor.

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  • Gareth Humphreys
  • 02-23-17

Brilliant

This is a wonderful audio book that carry's on the 12th\13th Doctor's adventures and written by a great writer George Mann and Cavan Scott.