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The year is 2540, and two powers loom large in the Galaxy: Earth and Draconia. After years of peace, their spaceships are now being mysteriously attacked and cargoes rifled. Each suspects the other, and full-scale war seems unavoidable. The Doctor, accused of being a Draconian spy, is thrown into prison. And when the Master appears on the scene, things really begin to move.
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  • Michele Harmon
  • 09-01-13

nice read but, prefer fullcast recordings

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I could recommend this book. It is a nice Doctor Who story. Quite enjoyable. But, I like almost anything Doctor Who. The story line was in character with Doctor Who stories. The villins were well done . I never expected who the real villin was.

Would you recommend Doctor Who and the Space War to your friends? Why or why not?

Overall I would recommend it. It is a pretty well developed Doctor Who story.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Geoffrey Beevers?

If I found the premise interesting enough, yes I would.

Do you think Doctor Who and the Space War needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Not really. I very seldom find follow-up books to be as interesting as the original book,

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