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Doctor Who: I Am a Dalek Paperback – 18 May 2006
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A gripping time travel adventure from the bestselling Doctor Who fiction range from BBC Books
About the Author
Gareth Roberts has written seven Classic Doctor Who novels, together with tv scripts for Emmerdale, Brookside, Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased), Swiss Toni and His and Hers. He now writes for the Doctor Who and Sarah Jane Adventures television series, including the Doctor Who episodes The Shakespeare Code (2007) and The Unicorn and the Wasp (2008).
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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
Rose and the Doctor are in character, the Dalek is suitably menacing and the extra characters were written with just enough personality so that you worried if they lived or died. The explanation for how the Doctor and Rose end up where they do is a bit weak, but that's missing the point. A well-written, accessible and fun read for fans of all ages.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Doctor Who reinvented itself in the early 2000's being centred in the City of Cardiff and using the locality for many of it's location shots. Read morePublished 5 months ago by R T Twinem
This book is a great read,, a great story line, the Doctor and Rose doing different things but ending up together on the same thing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tony Ridden
A cracking good story, plus a Dalek, Rose and The Doctor, what's not to like about that.. Enjoy the evil.Published 11 months ago by Kevin Kelly
A good cheap read for Doctor Who fans young and old. I would recommend for a light read.Published 19 months ago by whoviantennantite
The author really knows how to manipulate the story line into a really good read.Published 19 months ago by terence wainwright
A great story I hope Gareth Roberts will write for doctor who again I enjoyed his TV episode dalekwhen doctor who came back hopefully it will still be around and to celebrate its... Read morePublished 23 months ago by BobHellier