Doctor Who



Doctor Who In 1855, a boy discovers he can speak with the voices of the dead He grows up to become one of England s most celebrated spiritualists In 1863 the British Empire is effectively without a leader Queen Victoria is inconsolable with grief following the death of her beloved husband, Prince Albert The monarch s last hope is a secret seance The Doctor and Nyssa are also coming to terms with loss following the death of Adric and Tegan s sudden departure Trying to visit the Great Exhibition of 1851, the time travelers are shocked when Adric s ghost appears in the TARDIS, beckoning them to the Other Side What is hidden in a drowned village guarded by the British Army Is there life after death and can it be reached by those still alive And why is the Doctor so terrified of facing his own ghosts Best Read [ Doctor Who ] author [ David Bishop ] – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Doctor Who
  • David Bishop
  • English
  • 04 February 2017
  • 0563486120

10 thoughts on “Doctor Who

  1. Daniel Kukwa says:

    Considering the mixed reviews I ve read in the past, I enjoyed Empire of Death very much I m a sucker for luxurious Victoriana, and combined with excellent characterizations of the 5th Doctor Nyssa, this novel pulled me in very quickly I actually wasn t sure until the last minute about the veracity of the after life , and I applaud the novel for holding its final revelations right upt until the very last moment I also enjoyed the cathartic follow up to the televised events of Earths Conside...

  2. Michael Battaglia says:

    Recently the name David Bishop on the cover has not inspired a whole lot of confidence While his first Who novel Who Killed Kennedy was justifiably a novel take on the premise, his two novels for the BBC line Amorality Tale and The Domino Effect came very close to having their passports stamped for a one way ticket to a country called Awful So to have a third attempt all fairly close together, either the man was a machine or they just started releasing several years worth of submi Recently the name David Bishop on the cover has not inspired a whole lot of confidence While his first Who novel Who Killed Kennedy was justifiably a novel take on the premise, his two novels for the BBC line Amorality Tale and The Domino Effect came very close to having their passports stamped for a one way ticket to a country called Awful So to have a third attempt all fairly close together, either the man...

  3. Christopher Buchanan says:

    I very much enjoyed this book and that s saying something as I am not really a big fan of the Celery Era of Doctor Who I loved the well researched Victorian setting Bishop took the time to add some real world detail to the story and it s always nice in these books to see someone take the time The result was a very believable setting The story was very interesting I enjoyed the ambiguous menace of the baddies in this one They are never named or fully explained and I kind of like the notion I very much enjoyed this book and that s saying something as I am not really a big fan of the Celery Era of Doctor Who I loved the well researched Victorian setting Bishop took the time to add some real world detail to the story and it s always nice in these books to see someone take the time The result was a very believable setting The story was very interesting I enjoyed the ambiguous menace of the baddies in this one They are never named or fully explained and I kind of like the notion that the Doctor doesn t know everything and sometimes he just has to deal with a problem without fully comprehending it Some issues about Nyssa that largely get ignor...

  4. David Layton says:

    David Bishop in Empire Of Death attempts to capture the spirit of Victorian England Some of the common social practices of the day, such as sceances, charlatan mentalists, mills, and the attempt to conquer every available piece of land including Heaven itself, gets mixed in somehow or another The Davison doctor here is typical of the TV series patient, cautious, observant He sizes up the options before sp...

  5. Sarah says:

    The Fifth Doctor and Nyssa travel to the Late Victorian England where they encounter a dimensional rift where the inhabitants are using the current beliefs in spiritualism as cover for invasion Yep, reminded me of the Gelf episode from the first series of New Who However, this was not written quite so well I read this as part of a podcast I listen to The Doctor Who Book Club, and I am kind of glad th...

  6. Iain says:

    Rated as a Doctor Who tie in novel It s not Hemmingway, but Bishop does a fine job with this novel Successful Doctor Who novels fall into one of two categories in my experience those that have fantastic portrayals of the Doctor et al and those that are simply well written novelettes This title falls soundly in the latter category L...

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