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Summary

Freema Agyeman, Nicholas Briggs and Debbie Chazen are the readers of these eight original stories featuring the Tenth Doctor and Martha, as played on TV by David Tennant and Freema Agyeman.

Join the Doctor and Martha on these journeys in Time and Space. The first five stories detail Martha’s journey around the Earth during the Master’s reign, and the stories she tells of her adventures with the Doctor. The last three novels tell of the Doctor’s own adventures as he partners with the Judoon on the trail of a notorious criminal, encounters Slitheen in Ancient Greece, and joins a party of Dalek bounty hunters in an era before the Time War.

'The Story of Martha' by Dan Abnett. Read by Freema Agyeman.

'The Weeping' by David Roden. Read by Freema Agyeman.

'The Frozen Wastes' by Robert Shearman. Read by Freema Agyeman.

'Breathing Space' by Steve Lockley & Paul Lewis. Read by Freema Agyeman

'Star-Crossed' by Simon Jowett. Read by Freema Agyeman

'Judgement of the Judoon' by Colin Brake. Read by Nicholas Briggs

'The Slitheen Excursion' by Simon Guerrier. Read by Debbie Chazen

'Prisoner of the Daleks' by Trevor Baxendale. Read by Nicholas Briggs

Based on the hit BBC TV series.

Doctor Who theme music composed by Ron Grainer and arranged by Murray Gold.

TARDIS sound effect composed by Brian Hodgson.

©2018 Dan Abnett, Colin Brake, Simon Guerrier, David Roden, Steven Lockley and Paul Lockley and Lewis, Robert Shearman, Simon Jowett (P)2018 BBC Digital Audio

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Exciting as always!

What I really enjoy about this collection are the lengthy stories that have been included. The other novels in previous collections have been relatively short in comparison and it has been a really enjoyable experience to be immersed entirely into a lengthy story. I love these collections as they are completely worth the credit or money that you pay for them, there is so much to offer here, excitement, escapism, adventure to name but a few! I found one of the voices used for a selection of characters in one story in parts to be a little hard to understand but aside from that I absolutely loved the performances from all. (I do listen over car speakers while commuting so that may part of the issue there)

I do love these collections and hope there are more to come, for other Doctors too!

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  • Stephanie
  • 07-08-18

Nope, definitely not

Don't waste a credit buying this audiobook if you have listened to "Judgement of the Judoon", "The Slitheen Excursion", or "Prisoner of the Daleks."

"The Story of Martha" is terrible. It's 4 hour long stories that barely have any plot, character development, or even the Doctor himself. He's in one scene only in the first story. It's read by Freema Agyeman, and while she kinda bores me, she does do a good job. But man, I was waiting for it to finish so I could move onto the longer stories, only to find out that I already listened to Judgement of the Judoon (which is really good!). So I wasted a credit on a terrible Martha story, to listen to stories I've already heard and I really don't like the Slitheen as a villain in general so I paid a full credit for one short story. Definitely not worth it in my option.

But, if you haven't heard these 3 stories, and you can sit through the story of Martha then it could be worth it as you would spend a credit each on those three stories separately. But still, I would steer away from this audiobook. There are plenty of other audiobooks that are way better.

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