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Doctor Who: Death's Deal (Destiny Of The Doctor 10) [Audiobook] [Audio CD]

Darren Jones , Catherine Tate , Duncan Wisbey
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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: AudioGO Limited (3 Oct 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 1471311767
  • ISBN-13: 978-1471311765
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 12.4 x 1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 256,208 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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Well! October's been one heck of a month for me. I've recently been to `Newcastle' for a Doctor Who convention, and only just recently Big Finish have released early their 50th anniversary special `The Light At The End' which I'm looking forward to listening to.

This month of course is time to celebrate one of the best Doctors ever from the new series - David Tennant who played the Tenth Doctor. He's one of my absolute favourites. David has enchanted and enthralled many audiences of `Doctor Who' with his outgoing and reassuring spirit and is certainly one of the most human-like Doctors ever to be portrayed in the series. I've been fortunate to have watched all the way through his third series of Doctor Who which was Series 4 in 2008.

There have been many great stories with the Tenth Doctor such as 'Rise of the Cybermen'/'The Age of Steel'; 'Army of Ghosts'/'Doomsday'; 'Utopia'/'The Sound of Drums'/'Last of the Time Lords' and 'The Stolen Earth'/'Journey's End'. He's also had some of the best companions including Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman), Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) and many others including Kylie Minoque who played Astrid Peth in 'Voyage of the Damned'. The Tenth Doctor era was a magical and brilliant era of Doctor Who for me. I miss it to bits and I still don't want David Tennant `to go'.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Planet of Death 12 Oct 2013
By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
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Tenth release in the 'Destiny of the Doctor' series. These are a range of eleven Doctor Who talking books that feature a different Doctor in each one. And tell an all new story for the character that has never appeared before in any other medium.

Each one so far has stood entirely on it's own, but there is a linking theme to each. This theme occasionally drives the story, or just happens to feature. All of this should come together in the eleventh release, but each of the first ten can be heard without you needing to have listened to any of the others.

This one runs for just over sixty eight minutes [approx] and is complete on a single cd. It's basically one long episode, the only breaks in it being the usual cd chapter ones.

The format of the range sees an actor who played a companion to the Doctor on tv reading the story in the third person, and also doing the voices, save for a couple which are read by a guest actor.

Minimal sleeve notes give details of the era of the show that the story is set in, and advertise other bbc Doctor Who products.

This being a Tenth Doctor story, it's read by Catherine Tate. Who played Donna Noble opposite David Tennant on screen.

The story sees the TARDIS answer a distress call from the planet Death's Deal. The deadliest planet in the galaxy, and home to lots of very exotic and dangerous plants and creatures.

Also there are a group of space tourists. Marooned, they plus the Doctor and Donna are forced to investigate the planet further. But which is more dangerous? The planet, certain of the tourists, or what lurks beneath the surface?

This range strives hard to recreate the feel of each era. And it does it superbly.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Donna and the Doctor visit a voracious planet. 4 Nov 2013
By Alaran
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It is difficult, perhaps, to imagine an actor who has played one of the Doctor's companions more suited to this particular series than Catherine Tate. Like all the previous instalments of `The Destiny of the Doctor', bar the last, the narration and most of the roles are played by a former companion. As an accomplished voice artist Tate rises to the occasion perfectly; providing an array of voices that include a pretty good Tenth Doctor and a more than adequate Eleventh.

The title is somewhat of a misnomer, Death's Deal actually being the name of a planet, albeit a planet with a dangerous reputation. Having the planet itself as the threat, although not entirely original in Doctor Who, is still an interesting concept that works. The Doctor and Donna find themselves in a world where, for reasons to be revealed, everything wants to kill them. Mixed up in this is a group of stranded tourists. This quickly develops the story into one of those plots where individuals in the group are killed off one by one as they try to escape. It is a tried and tested formula and it is thankfully done quite well here.

Much of the action is divided between Donna and the Doctor who, maybe a little predictably, become separated. This provides some great interaction between Donna and Krux (who is quite a novel alien) and allows Lyric to fit into a de-facto companion role with the Doctor.

Although many of the characters are only about for a limited time there is quite a good spectrum of aliens and personalities. Erksine (if that's how it is spelt) also promises some sort of link with the final story in the series.

With a solid plot and some great characters this is one of the stronger offerings in the range. And if the return of Catherine Tate isn't enough, this audio also provides some preview interaction between the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors a few weeks before `The Day of the Doctor'.
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