Doctor Who: Into the Nowhere (Time Trips)

Doctor Who: Into the Nowhere (Time Trips)

by Jenny T Colgan
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Doctor Who: Into the Nowhere (Time Trips) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
TheIndigoQuill More than 1 year ago
See full review @ The Indigo Quill . blogspot . com I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.           Doctor Who: Into the Nowhere is the eleventh doctor’s turn to be captured in print by the Time Trips series.  He and Clara stumble upon a mysterious planet with no name or known history.  Not even the TARDIS knows where they are.  Not long after they leave the safety of the TARDIS, they realize that the world might not want its secrets uncovered and it seems as if the elements themselves turn against the Doctor and his companion.         The Doctor and Clara encounter a dizzying number of obstacles from the get-go in this fast-paced mystery.  At times there was so much being thrown at them that it seemed chaotic, in a nail biting and enjoyable sense.  For instance, at one point they escape a moving forest closing in on them, run into a conflagration of sorts, jump through it and almost fall off a cliff with a valley full of huge maggots beneath and an animated skeleton on the other side. Then they get attacked by a giant snake, all without catching their breath. Whatever forces exist on this planet, mean business.       All the authors that write for this series have done an exceptional job at writing their characters into some original and entertaining circumstances. The same can certainly be said for Jenny Colgan in this story.  What has consistently amazed me with every installment in this series, is the way the authors are able to replicate the mannerisms and details from the characters we know and love from the television show, and make them believable. The eleventh doctor is full of quirk and insanity, energy and goofiness.  Jenny has done Matt Smith proud with her installment, just as she has done a service for Whovians by creating this wonderfully diverting short story. Clara seemed to be a bit angrier than usual, and maybe a tad whiney at times but such is the lot for a Doctor Who companion. I didn't feel that her character was as believable as the Doctor for most of the story but that doesn't hurt things too badly.       As long as you don’t expect to have all the answers by the end, you won’t be disappointed by Into the Nowhere.  It’s funny and action packed and it’s chocked full of timey-wimey adventure that any fan would enjoy.  In looking back, the fact that there were still questions at the end didn’t detract from my over-all enjoyment of the story.  The missing pieces add to the story and I hope one day to read (or possibly see) more from this story-line in the future. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Die in a hole :/:;/
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You are all spelling GALLIFREY wrong!!!! And you call yourwelve whovians. I am disgusted.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yeah,then get some tardises and become the new time lords.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would name it GALLAFREY!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What would you do if earth didn't have a name