Doctor Who and the Stones of Blood: An Audio Novelization of a Classic Doctor Who TV Adventure

Doctor Who and the Stones of Blood An Audio Novelization of a Classic Doctor Who TV Adventure This is a brand new audio novelization of a classic Doctor Who TV adventure which originally starred Tom Baker as the Doctor From the pen of the original script writer David Fisher The Stones of Blo

  • Title: Doctor Who and the Stones of Blood: An Audio Novelization of a Classic Doctor Who TV Adventure
  • Author: David Fisher
  • ISBN: 9781408467114
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Audio CD
  • This is a brand new audio novelization of a classic Doctor Who TV adventure, which originally starred Tom Baker as the Doctor From the pen of the original script writer David Fisher, The Stones of Blood is set in 20th century Dorset, where the ancient Cailleach has exerted her powers throughout the ages The Doctor, Romana, and K9 team up with Professor Amelia Rumford andThis is a brand new audio novelization of a classic Doctor Who TV adventure, which originally starred Tom Baker as the Doctor From the pen of the original script writer David Fisher, The Stones of Blood is set in 20th century Dorset, where the ancient Cailleach has exerted her powers throughout the ages The Doctor, Romana, and K9 team up with Professor Amelia Rumford and her friend Vivian Fay in their search for a powerful artifact

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    1. David Fisher has never been thrilled with Terrance Dicks' novel adaptation of the four-part Key to Time story, "The Stones of Blood." And while the original adaptation by Dicks isn't terrible, it's certainly not one of Uncle Terrance's stronger Doctor Who adaptations, reading as little more than a scene-by-scene retelling of the shooting script. Years later, Fisher has been given the opportunity to correct this perceived wrong with the audio release of "Stones of Blood." Having read and enjoyed [...]

    2. nwhytevejournal/1839831David Fisher, who wrote the original TV story The Stones of Blood, has now converted it not to a print novel but to audiobook format, read with great gusto by Susan Engel (who played the villain of the piece on screen) with John Leeson doing K9's lines. I had been looking forward to this with hopeful enthusiasm, as Fisher's novelisations of his other two stories are among the best of the Target range.I am very glad to say that I was not disappointed. The audio is about twi [...]

    3. a very good adaptation of a fair doctor who adventure. it drags a bit in the last third but so does the TV source. Susan Engel reads the story excellently, though.

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