Doctor Who Deep Time An original adventure tying in to the ninth season of Doctor Who the spectacular hit series from BBC Television featuring the new th Doctor as played by Peter Capaldi I do hope you re all ready to

  • Title: Doctor Who: Deep Time
  • Author: Trevor Baxendale
  • ISBN: 9781101905791
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • An original adventure tying in to the ninth season of Doctor Who, the spectacular hit series from BBC Television, featuring the new 12th Doctor as played by Peter Capaldi I do hope you re all ready to be terrified The Phaeron disappeared from the universe over a million years ago They travelled among the stars using roads made from time and space, but left only relicAn original adventure tying in to the ninth season of Doctor Who, the spectacular hit series from BBC Television, featuring the new 12th Doctor as played by Peter Capaldi I do hope you re all ready to be terrified The Phaeron disappeared from the universe over a million years ago They travelled among the stars using roads made from time and space, but left only relics behind But what actually happened to the Phaeron Some believe they were they eradicated by a superior force Others claim they destroyed themselves Or were they in fact the victims of an even hideous fate In the far future, humans discover the location of the last Phaeron road and the Doctor and Clara join the mission to see where the road leads Each member of the research team knows exactly what they re looking for but only the Doctor knows exactly what they ll find Because only the Doctor knows the true secret of the Phaeron a monstrous secret so terrible and powerful that it must be buried in the deepest grave imaginable

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    1. I'm really glad that the last of this year's otherwise underwhelming bunch of Twelfth Doctor novels finally turned out to be something I could actually, genuinely, enjoy.This was fun. Proper space exploration, time travel, dangerous situations (and gory deaths!), fun. The guest cast was rather large but pretty well drawn - I got a sense of personality and character with each of them, which doesn't always happen with large casts in short novels. The plot was probably the weakest part of the book [...]

    2. I managed to read this while dealing with family holiday stuff, and finally finished! Thoughts:Rating: 4 out of 5Likes:-interesting characters-it reads like a DW episode-fascinating plot-unexpected ending-Clara-women being awesome-good people fighting bad -brief moment where the Doctor says he met C.S. Lewis and took him to Narnia (Eeeeeek!) Dislikes:-single quotations 'when people talk' (I like double quotations better, but this wasn't all bad)-book two in series (I didn't read book one, but th [...]

    3. 3,5For the most part I loved the story and the second half of the book was brilliant. There was adventure and danger and amazing twists. It is a great read but only if you're willing to forgive the terrible way the Doctor and Clara were portrayed. Especially Clara, she was completely out of character, and I was annoyed about it throughout the book. Other than that, it was much better than the Big Bang Generation. <3

    4. There’s not that much more to say about ‘Deep Time’ than ‘meh’. The plot is insubstantial, with lots of scrabbling about for no real purpose. Kids TV generally has greater peril than this. The characterization is thin, although there is a gruesome death scene I liked – but if the best you can do to make your characters memorable is to gorily kill them off, then you have problems. The prose is flat, apart from when it departs into nonsensical technobabble – which hardly improves mat [...]

    5. [I received a copy of this novel through Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review.]3 to 3.5 starsThis is the last book in the “Glamour Chronicles” series. I’m glad I seemingly read them in the “right” order, because while they were supposed to be readable in just any order, I don’t think they really are. At least, “Deep Time” should come last, as it brings a conclusion to this whole Glamour thing. A good or a bad thing, depending on how you see it: I felt that this story may h [...]

    6. I started this book this morning because I woke up early and didn't want to get up yet, and then by the time 9 o'clock came around and I did want to get up, I'd already finished it! I love these Doctor Who stories, they're like watching a longer episode with more detail, and this one did not disappoint. It was fun, with humour and adventure, fast-paced, and yet suspenseful, and a little bit scary, just for good measure. There was horror and sad moments, but they added to the story and gave it mo [...]

    7. This is my personal favorite of the Glamour Chronicles and one of my favorite 12th doctor books, besides The Blood Cell. If you've read any other Trevor Baxendale stories like Fear of the Dark, you will enjoy Deep Time. All the characters have interesting backgrounds and goals, and the fast, action-packed plot results in a satisfying climax.7.8 out of 10. You'll have to read Royal Blood and Big Bang Generation first to understand some parts about the Glamour.

    8. Závěrečný díl Kronik Půvabu byl pro mě asi nejslabší. V podstatě tam šlo jen o velkou adventure výpravu skrze červí díru a moc se toho nestalo. Na druhou stranu je tam alespoň Capaldi a bavilo mě to. 3.5/5*

    9. Amazing conclusion to the Glamour chronicles. Truely sci-fi in every single page. Who loves Doctor Who, deffinitely will love also Deep Time.

    10. It’s a testament to the relative quality of this set of books that I’m holding up a Baxendale book as the best of the three. Baxendale’s never been in the first rank of Who novelists; he’s more in line with Christopher Bulis from the 1990s in that he’ll turn out a solid novel that won’t leave a hole in the schedule. You know exactly what you’ll get from him. Solid, dependable, reliable; he’s an editor’s best friend. And Deep Time is precisely what you’d expect from a Baxendal [...]

    11. 3.5 starsThis particular Doctor Who novel brought to mind episodes such as "The Satin Pit" or even "Hide." The characterizations of the Doctor and Clara (which I personally find to be the most important part of these types of books) worked pretty well. There wasn't a whole lot that screamed out their television personalities to me, but nothing in them that seemed contrary to them, either. There were also several minor characters, who I amazingly was able to keep all straight and several who I en [...]

    12. 3.5 stars. I liked this! It had a slow start and featured a horrific original character, but the plot was thrilling, intense and abounded with scary monsters.Plus, the Doctor made Clara hot chocolate. *the Whouffle shipper in me a entire being grins* Got to love it. I really appreciated the large cast of original characters in this novel - with the exception of Marco. MARCO. *shudders* He was supposed to be terrible, but it was too much. I wanted to sew his mouth shut and lock him in a closet fo [...]

    13. I've loved all of Baxendale's Doctor Who books and this one was no different. As part of their mission to track down the mysterious Glamour, the Twelfth Doctor and Clara join the crew of the exploratory ship the Alexandria. They crew are following the last Phareon road, a wormhole created by an ancient, mysterious race.For Doctor Who, this is pretty hard sci-fi. It features dangerous and gritty space travel, time fluctuations, an alien planet and a fair bit of pretty up to date psychics. This ma [...]

    14. This was a strong Dr. Who story. A new ship, the Alexandria has been launched. On board the crew, run and hosted by the exceedingly wealthy "captain" and owner of this brand new ship, pops the Doctor, and Clara. The Doctor feels he might be needed.Dr. Tippy, an archaeologist of sorts, found a dig site with relics which has led them thus far. This ship's mission is to go into a Phaeron Road. The Phaeron's were responsible for mapping black holes, or wormholes. The problem is, this race is gone. T [...]

    15. I wish this would have been my first Doctor Who book. I loved Trevor Baxendale's storytelling from page one. I was almost relieved when I was met with The Doctor and Clara. Their personalities were perfect; I had no issue believing it was them. I found myself chuckling at their bickering more than a few times. Reading 'Deep Time' was almost like watching an episode on TV! It really sent me for a ride. I am happy I read 'Royal Blood' first as it did have a tie-in with this book. It was a small ti [...]

    16. First off I want to comment on the amazingly done cover. The cover really pulls the reader in and immediately lets any potential reader know which Doctor the book is on and who is companion will be. A lot of the Doctor who books don't tell the reader which Doctor or which companion until the reader begins the book.I really liked how the book did not waste time getting the Doctor involved nor did it ever have a slow spot. This is a fast paced book that has twists, turns, and zigzags written into [...]

    17. The bar for doctor who books has been set exceptionally high especially after Beautiful Chaos. This is a good solid sci fi story, it had pretty much everything you think of from a spaceship in distress story. I just wasn't amazed by it, it felt a little by the numbers and was predictable with no real shocks. The writer has superbly written the Doctor and Clara and the dialogue between the two is similar to the latter episodes of capaldi's first series as the Doctor. I'm hoping the conclusion to [...]

    18. This was a very enjoyable DW novel! I loved how the author captured the characteristics of the Doctor (as portrayed by Peter Capaldi) and Clara. I felt as though I were watching a new episode, that's how realistic it was.The adventure was interesting and I loved the whole concept of the book. It did get a little confusing, but so do the episodes sometimes, but overall I really enjoyed this book. I would recommend Deep Time to all Whovians.I received a complimentary copy of this book to review. I [...]

    19. The story starts off very compelling with an interesting set of characters. It really feels like a proper Doctor Who story. Then the story takes a turn, surprisingly for the better as the tone and mood shift in a delightfully thrilling direction. My only complaint is with the last third of the book. It still stays enjoyable, but I didn't feel that the actions that one or two characters' take were fully explained. Still a good story.

    20. The Doctor and Clara board a spaceship in the distant future on a search for the Phaeron. Honestly one of the best Doctor Who books I've read. The tension, mystery and shocking plot twists kept me entertained from beginning to end. Very dark and gruesome in some places as well. I'ts a good thing this one is a book because it's too extreme for the TV series audience. Overall though a fantastic read especially for Doctor Who fans.

    21. Very good adventure. This one really seems more like a televised episode than most of the other Who books that I've read.

    22. I always love a good Doctor Who book by Trevor Baxendale, and this is no exception.The plot turns over at just the right momentum and the characters are explored well enough for you to start to become invested in them.The pst EDA/PDA tie-ins certainly do *feel* shorter than they used to be and, whilst Baxendale works within the format masterfully, I can't help wishing this book were a little longer. Nothing missing in it's content or plot, just, the build up (setting the scene, introducing the c [...]

    23. As a HUGE Doctor Who Fan I can only say I loved this book. Not only this adventure takes us in deep space, but it also forces the Doctor to face Time Lords past actions.The expedition's goal is to discover what happened to the Phaeron who travelled among the stars using roads made from time and space.Their mysterious disappearance is too tempting to resist. And as we learn as we travel along with the Doctor and Clara, the things that shine the most are the more dangerous.The Glamour is a fascina [...]

    24. Bagus untuk ukuran novel cerita tambahan begini. Tapi gak cukup bagus untuk gw kasih 4 bintang. 3,8 mungkin. Sayangny novel2 semacam ini ada batesan halaman (cuma 250-an) jadi banyak detil2 yg harusnya bisa dieksplor lagi jadi ga bisa dieksplor.Yang gw suka, karakter Doctor di sini lumayan kuat. Tokoh2 supportnya juga oke, tapi karakter di Blood Cell masih lebih seru. Conversation-nya banyak yang menarik dan bikin senyum. Dan konsep Deep Time-nya lumayan keren. Tapi, lagi-lagi, gak banyak keeksp [...]

    25. An expedition in deep space to find a lost civilisation and spaceship near a black hole gets joined by the Doctor and Clara. Things go wrong. The storyline really gets better when they reach the planet, before that its standard space stuff. The Doctor and Clara are spot on, and you can feel the Doctor's frustration. A good read.

    26. I actually enjoyed this Doctor Who novelisation more than most of the ones I have read lately. It had a reasonably good plot, and was fast paced and exciting enough to avoid being dull like many of the recent Who novelisations.

    27. Being much better than the two previous novels in the Glamour Chronicles series, this was a great end to the trilogy.

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