Doctor Who: Plague Of The Cybermen Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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"The legendary David Warner... brings his immense vocal talents to this audiobook, aided by Nicholas Briggs as the voice of the Cybermen." (Matt Adams http://www.cambs24.co.uk)
"Screen legend David Warner... really brings the story to life. His Matt Smith impression is wonderful and at times laugh out loud hilarious. It’s worth a listen just to hear his lively interpretation of the various characters... an enjoyable, atmospheric adventure" (Emrys Matthews http://blogtorwho.blogspot.co.uk)
A thrilling, all-new adventure featuring the Doctor as played by Matt Smith in the spectacular hit series from BBC TV.See all Product Description
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In one of the darkest novels in recent years, Warner effortlessly recounts the day the Eleventh Doctor unearths - literally - the truth that lies beneath the earth whilst the heavens above spark and arc with burning electrical lightening in Justin Richards' DOCTOR WHO - PLAGUE OF THE CYBERMEN (multi-formatted releases from BBC BOOKS and AUDIOGO).
A chilling, heart-breaking and relentless (companion-less) adventure, that transports the reader-listener to 19th-century Sweden that is riddled with incessant plague that dissolves flesh and calcifies bone leading to a remorseless death, but, if that wasn't the end of the plague's curse, inexplicably the deceased leave their final resting place. Voluntarily or is there a Nordic version of Burke & Hare retrieving the cadavers (each adorned with mysterious metal necklace Talisman) for experimentation or spare parts?
Old Nicolai: "Doctor, thank God you're here".
The tone of the novel, embraced by stoical David Warner's reading, is truly macabre and traumatic with the Time Lord challenged at every turn and every (confident) preen of his (cool) bow tie.Read more ›
1. The Tenth Planet
2. The Moonbase
3. The Tomb of the Cybermen
4. The Wheel in Space
5. The Invasion
6. Revenge of the Cybermen
8. The Five Doctors
9. Attack of the Cybermen
10. Silver Nemesis
11. Rise of the Cybermen
12. The Age of Steel
13. Army of Ghosts
15. The Next Doctor
16. The Pandorica Opens
17. Closing Time
18. Nightmare in Silver