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Summary

An unabridged reading of this classic novelisation of an adventure featuring the Third Doctor, as played on TV by Jon Pertwee.

'Axos calling Earth, Axos calling Earth....'

The creatures stood before them, offering friendship and their priceless Axonite, in return for - what?

Only the Doctor remains suspicious. What is the real reason for the Axons' sudden arrival on Earth? And why is the evil Master a passenger on their spaceship? He very soon finds out....

Duration: four hours approx.

©2016 BBC Worldwide Ltd (P)2016 BBC Worldwide Ltd

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Fantastic audio version of a classic Dr Who story.

I love listening to this Dr Who adventure.The author Terrance Dicks has created an exciting story that is populated with believable 3 dimensional characters :- Dr Who & Jo aided by Brig Lethbridge Stuart and CIA agent Fyler do battle with the alien shape shifting Axons.I remember watching The Claws of Axos when I was about 6,and being genuinely frightened
when the beautiful Axons transformed into terrorfying spaghetti monsters.
The narrator Richard Franklin (Mike Yates) does a fine job creating individual voices for all the different characters.