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Donna in love,
This review is from: Doctor Who: The Nemonite Invasion (Audio CD)
An original audio book written by David Roden and narrated by erstwhile TV companion Catherine Tate; this is a solid and entertaining experience. Set in 1941, the story sees The Doctor and Donna materialise on a submarine in World War II, as Vice-Admiral Ramsey prepares for the evacuation of Dunkirk.
Tate is a competent narrator, although when she is reading her character it can become a bit irksome; she also invests David Tennant's Tenth Doctor with too many Cockney mannerisms that he just doesn't have. The Nemonites - black-eyed giant leeches - are decent enough villains; if a little one-dimensional, and the adventure is fast-paced and well written.
My only other quibble would be that this takes The series nowhere new and would probably have been fine as a novel.