Doctor Who and the Empire of Glass

Doctor Who and the Empire of Glass

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by Andy Lane
     
 

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recognize.
Turning her attention back to the ship, she could see sailors scurry across the rigging like spiders on a cobweb. One of them turned around and gazed back toward the coast, shielding his eyes with his hand. His chest was bare, and he wore a bandana around his head. Seeing her, he waved in big, sweeping gestures. She waved too, choking back a sob. It was…  See more details below

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recognize.
Turning her attention back to the ship, she could see sailors scurry across the rigging like spiders on a cobweb. One of them turned around and gazed back toward the coast, shielding his eyes with his hand. His chest was bare, and he wore a bandana around his head. Seeing her, he waved in big, sweeping gestures. She waved too, choking back a sob. It was Jim: even at that distance she recognised his sun-bleached hair, drawn back in a tarred pig-tail and bouncing against his back as his powerful arms moved. Those arms, which had pulled her close and held her, tight. Those arms, in whose embrace she had slept on many a night. Those powerful, tender arms.
One month.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011871184
Publisher:
New Century Books
Publication date:
11/27/2010
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
568,563
File size:
217 KB

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Doctor Who and the Empire of Glass 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
JadedGB More than 1 year ago
I've been a Dr. fan since the early 70's. I just got this book to kill time while waiting for the release of the sixth "Alchymyst" book. The story was well constructed with references to original series episodes. The plot, real historical characters, and settings were a pleasant surprise over the typical script novelization I was expecting. I'll be looking out for more of Andy Lane's work from now on.
M-Starr More than 1 year ago
This novel brings back memories of the old Doctor Who. I like the two latest Doctor Whos better. Smith and Tenant.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its a good story though there are a lot of typos
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Decent story but the format was very poor.
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The spaces some times were not there and did not under stand most of it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a nice Hartnell story in that I saw play in my head easily enough as if watching it on screen. What my biggest problem though in this ebook though, were the editing mistakes!
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Tennant is like no other Doctor Ive seen. He is an idol because he is a child at heart. I respect the others but I say TENNANT FOREVER!!!!!!