Doctor Who: The Silurian Gift

Doctor Who: The Silurian Gift

by Mike Tucker
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Doctor Who: The Silurian Gift by Mike Tucker

‘My new Fire-Ice will solve all the problems of the planet!’

The world is on the brink of crisis. As fuel runs short, society begins to break down. One man seems to have the answer. But is it too good to be true?

The Doctor arrives at an old oil refinery near the South Pole, concerned by claims about this new form of energy. He soon discovers something huge and terrifying is stalking the refinery. It brings death and destruction in its wake.

The battle has begun for planet Earth.

A thrilling, all-new adventure, featuring The Doctor as played by Matt Smith in the spectacular hit series from BBC Television

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781448140657
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Publication date: 02/01/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 112
Sales rank: 499,903
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Mike Tucker has written (or co-written) ten Doctor Who books, as well as a number of Merlin novels and non-fiction titles. He is also a designer of visual effects who has worked on the show off and on for over twenty years. Mike shares his workshop at Ealing Studios with several Daleks.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished the episode "name of the doctor" or whatever it's called, and i've been reading doctor who books until next month when the 50th aniversity episod comes out, and i must say, this is my faveorite book so far.
IDRMFree_Eric_E 17 days ago
This books is definitely not intended for adults or least adults expecting a great read with lots of unseen twists and turns or a in depth story. However if you are a Doctor Who fan and have child like wonder and can check your brain, then this is a great read. Reading this seemed to me to be quite like watching an episode of Doctor Who. It was a quick read where it introduced the characters fairly quickly, gave you just enough depth to understand where they were coming from and how you should fell toward them and then the story takes off. The story is very easily predictable as per most any Doctor Who episode. But that’s just fine with me because that is exactly what I was wanting and expected. The Doctor is on to something that seems bigger than it appears on the outside and knows that something is up. He works his way into the middle of the fracas and starts meddling and digging until the truth is revealed. Once revealed he does what the Doctor does best and solves the problems to the best of his abilities with a companion of course (who is not a regular from the show and is just a one time companion in this book). Overall I would give it a 5/5, but it has DRM so I have to take off 1 point for that.
BrianIndianFan More than 1 year ago
The 11th Doctor has found his way to the South Pole where a (stereotypically) bad businessman has seemingly come up with a new synthetic fuel called Fire Ice that would solve the world's energy crisis and reduce the amount of greenhouse gases (read: natural carbon dioxide that trees take in). The Doctor is suspicious that this man came up with it on his own. As you can probably deduce from the title, he had a little help - the Silurians, Earth's original inhabitants. Lizzie, a stereotypical environmental activist, has somehow accompanied the Doctor to this Antarctic outpost. How she comes to be by the Doctor's side is not revealed; she kind of just shows up. Along the way, we get a paint-by-numbers story of environmental activism vs. evil corporate money grubbers with the Doctor and a few monsters thrown in. (After all, what would Doctor Who be without monsters? At 62 pages, this book is meant to be read quickly. I read this shortly after finishing Ben Hur, so I needed something quick to plow through on a summer weekend. As entertainment, it fits the bill. As a Doctor Who story, meh. BOTTOM LINE: A good time-killer for Doctor Who fans with low expectations.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Make some books free
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a wonderful story that i do not want to spoil for anyone so i suggjet that you go to the b&n bookstore and ask a klerk or an accountannt to give you the books mainframe information
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As many know, I am a huge fan of this50 year-old british show.BBC tried to get rid of many times.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love dr.who
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Most doctor who books are good so it should be get the free sample also read 'the dead of winter' it's a good one reply to AJ
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book looks interesting but i cant find a summary or any real reveiw. Whats it about and whats it like?
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