Doctor Who: The Dying Light

Doctor Who The Dying Light The TARDIS materialises on a dying world circling a dying sun where the Doctor Jamie and Zoe are welcomed to Sanctuary an entire monastery carved out of a mountain But little here is quite what it s

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Dying Light
  • Author: Nick Wallace
  • ISBN: 9781781780886
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Audio CD
  • The TARDIS materialises on a dying world circling a dying sun, where the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe are welcomed to Sanctuary an entire monastery carved out of a mountain.But little here is quite what it seems.Quadrigger Stoyn has waited through the centuries And it is time for the Doctor to pay for his first terrible mistake.This is the second story in a Companion ChronicleThe TARDIS materialises on a dying world circling a dying sun, where the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe are welcomed to Sanctuary an entire monastery carved out of a mountain.But little here is quite what it seems.Quadrigger Stoyn has waited through the centuries And it is time for the Doctor to pay for his first terrible mistake.This is the second story in a Companion Chronicles trilogy celebrating the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.

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    One thought on “Doctor Who: The Dying Light

    1. Drew

      I really wanted to like this more. The Dying Light is the second part of the "Quadrigger Stoyn Trilogy," picking up Stoyn's story from the end of the previous story: The Beginning. Where The Beginning at least has the hook of telling us about the Doctor and Susan's escape from Gallifrey in a stolen Tardis, along with an unfortunate accidental passenger, I felt this entry needed something similarly special. Instead it's a bit of a mundane tale of Stoyn setting a trap for the Doctor in order to ex [...]

    2. Christopher Buchanan

      A very intriguing setting for sure. However it just kind of feels like it was wasted on the story to some extent. I've not been able to get on board with the Quadrigger Stoyn character. It just seems unlikely that the Doctor would be so casual about repeatedly screwing over and stranding someone. You'd also think that given a Time Lord's abilities and ingenuity, Stoyn would eventually find some way home or to at least get the attention of the Time Lord's for a rescue. If he could build this isla [...]

    3. Paulo "paper books always" Carvalho

      Interesting story about a conscious planet. I don't have much to say but I think this is part 1 because the main antagonist says he was caged in that planet beause of the Doctor.This kind of conscious planet idea is not new but in this case it's very enternainng The land provides

    4. Derelict Space Sheep

      42 WORD REVIEW:The ever-young Frazer Hines delights in narrating and playing both himself and the Doctor, but despite his best efforts this adventure feels abridged. The Dying Light exhibits a wondrous complexity better suited to a novel-length treatment, not merely a single audio cd.

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