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Doctor Who and The Visitation - Eric Saward
Doctor Who and The Visitation
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Tegan, the young air hostess who quite unintentionally became a member of the TARDISs crew, wants to return to her own time, but when the Doctor tries to take her back to Heathrow Airport in the twentieth century the TARDIS lands instead on the outskirts of seventeenth-century London. The Doctor... show more
Tegan, the young air hostess who quite unintentionally became a member of the TARDISs crew, wants to return to her own time, but when the Doctor tries to take her back to Heathrow Airport in the twentieth century the TARDIS lands instead on the outskirts of seventeenth-century London. The Doctor and his companions receive a decidedly unfriendly welcomebut it soon becomes clear that the sinister activities of other visitors from time and space have made the villagers extremely suspicious of outsiders. And as a result of the aliens evil schemes, the Doctor finds himself on the point of playing a key role in a gruesome historical event. Matthew Waterhouse, who played the Doctors companion Adric in the original BBC television serial, reads Eric Sawards complete and unabridged novelization.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780426201359 (0426201353)
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
Series: Doctor Who Library (Target) (#69)
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AmySea
AmySea rated it
4.0 Doctor Who and the Visitation / by Eric Saward ; narrated by Matthew Waterhouse
I have to say, these Doctor Who audiobooks are very well done! They are entertaining, well narrated, and easily conjure pictures from the TV episodes as I listen to them, even if I've not seen the entire episode (as was the case with Doctor Who and the Visitation). There were a couple of points...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it
Nyssa, Tegan, Adric and the Doctor end up in England, 1666 and prevent an alien from spreading plague. I love this batch of Companions--they interact with the easy, prickly intimacy of siblings. And some of them are actually useful in a crisis!
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