Doctor Who: The Monsters Inside
The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Rose to a brutal deep-space prison colony. Can they stay out of gaol long enough to discover who - or what - is behind the sinister scientific plot that threatens billions of human lives? The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Rose to a destination in deep space -... show more
The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Rose to a brutal deep-space prison colony. Can they stay out of gaol long enough to discover who - or what - is behind the sinister scientific plot that threatens billions of human lives? The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Rose to a destination in deep space - Justicia, a prison camp stretched over seven planets, where Earth colonies deal with their criminals. While Rose finds herself locked up in a teenage borstal, the Doctor is trapped in a scientific labour camp. Each is determined to find the other, and soon both Rose and the Doctor are risking life and limb to escape in their distinctive styles. But their dangerous plans are complicated by some old enemies. Are these creatures fellow prisoners as they claim, or staging a takeover for their own sinister purposes? Featuring the Doctor and Rose as played by Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper.
Publish date: May 19th 2005
Publisher: BBC Books
Pages no: 253
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Media Tie In
, Time Travel
, Doctor Who
Series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures (#2)
It's time for Rose to finally have an adventure on a planet other than earth and the Doctor is just the Gallifreyan to take her. When the Doctor and Rose land on Justicia (yes, that's really what Cole named it) Rose is entranced by a beautiful flower growing in the desolate landscape. Before they...
After having read the first book of the Doctor's New Series Adventures, I sort of knew what to expect from The Monsters Inside, which is the second book. Again, I wasn't all too impressed with the story that was told, and it's not entirely fault of the story itself. The writing in these books is ver...
This wasn’t very good at all. In fact it was downright pedestrian. The story was unoriginal and lacked excitement and separated Rose and the Doctor from the very start which immediately removes one of the prime reasons for reading a Doctor Who novel in the first place. If i decide to read any more o...
This one is surprisingly enjoyable; I actually like the Slitheen as villains, and this one had a good pace and nice characterizations.
The Doctor and Rose 'trespass' on a human prison planet, and as punishment they get locked up themselves. Rose is in Juvie pretty much, and The Doctor is banged up in a prison for aliens, where he has to bunk up with two Slitheen, and made to work on research and development (futuristic prison labo...