Doctor Who: The Hollow Men: The Hollow Men Mass Market Paperback – 6 Apr 1998
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The authors perfectly captured the characters of the Seventh Doctor and his companion Ace and all of the other characters felt fully fleshed out and believable.
Also with this novel being from two of the three authors of the famous Discontinuity Guide expect lots of nods to other stories, as well as a few moments that the new series seems to have "borrowed" from this adventure.
A very promising start to my exploration of Doctor Who novels.
The Seventh Doctor and Ace go to a west country village, where there is a high population of inbreeding (Everyone is related to each other in bazar ways). Plus there is a school where all the pupils are wierd, an force that landed in Hexcon Bridge in the 17th Century and still lives there.
This book is highly describtable and very good enjoyment, the discription very specific. It takles Racism and a evil drug barron gets his compupence.
It is frightening, dramatic, poignant and touching, beautifully crafted. A wonderful and intelligent tale.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Everything you would wish for from a doctor Who story. It's simply AcePublished 6 months ago by Paul S Moore
Just re-read this book on my kindle, thoroughly enjoyed it. Lots of plot and a clear through line for all the characters. Hope more and more books are re issued for kindle.Published on 10 Jun. 2014 by mezzaninedoor
The Hollow Men is the 2nd outing for the 7th Doctor in the PDA range and also the 2nd book of the range to be written by Keith Topping and Martin Day. Read morePublished on 29 May 2013 by Steve White
This is one of my top-favourite DR WHO novels, great scifi, thrilling to the end, nice 3-D characters. and its got ACE!!!! Read morePublished on 24 July 2004 by R. A. Robinson
This is a really good novel with a very creepy setting that simply oozes a chilling atmosphere. The characterisations of The Doctor and Ace are very good. Read morePublished on 5 Jun. 2002