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Doctor Who: I Am a Dalek (Doctor Who: Quick Reads Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This could easily be 1 part story from Season 2 with the 10th Dr. His character is captured excellently here as is Rose. The Dalek is as evil and tricksy as they have ever been if not more so. Here it briefly explores their hell bent desire to keep the Dalek race alive at what ever cost.
Brillant book and at this price you can't go wrong. Come on lets have another one!
A very easy read and a very enjoyable one. The supporting cast are nicely sketched, and there are strong emotional moments that make you feel for them. Also look out for the best way to deal with a dalek since the van in dalek invasion of earth!
A nice little book, and well worth reading if you can't wait for the next tv episode
The Doctor and Rose land on the Moon; only it's not the Moon, and the Tardis is trying to tell the Doctor something. Not far away, an archaeological dig has found something quite wrong in some Roman ruins. And that's only the beginning.
This is a really good story, full of great Doctor Who action and characters, and of course Daleks. Definitely recommended.
This story is written by Gareth Roberts, who is known to prefer the Doctor Who stories that are set on Earth. Anyone reading this book can tell that. The detail that is put into everyday elements of our basic human lives is brilliant, and the reader can relate with it easily. When the TARDIS lands down in Southern England, the Doctor and Rose are horrified when they see a Dalek appear on an ancient mural. It is later revealed that there really is a Dalek, albeit an empty casing that has laid under the Earth for thousands of years.
When a young woman is then hit by a vehicle, the two events may not seem as seperate as some may think. Without spoiling the plot, it is nice seeing how the pieces slot into place and leading to a single Dalek causing havoc for the local area. It is also a completely different way of resolving the problem in comparison to previous stories. All I'll say is that Gareth Roberts has used what he writes about best to stop the Dalek decimating everything.
In comparison, I finished the book in two days and I thought it was a great read and one that I would reccomend to any Doctor Who fan!
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