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Doctor Who Nightshade

Auhtor: Mark Gatiss

Language: english
Published: 1992

Genres:

fiction,  humorous,  science fiction
Downloads: 202
eBook size: 246Kb

Review by Chandler, March 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Doctor Who Nightshade':

Monsters of the mind kill all in their path.

Excerpts from the Book 'Doctor Who Nightshade':


... their next excursion, rumoured to be a cruise on the newQueen Elizabeth II. Lawrence grinned at Jack. The old man turned away thoughtfully. There ...
... Always patronising. Always smiling that sickly smile. 'You must pay more attention, Miss Kidd, you really must,' said Holly to herself, imitating Hawthorne's ...
... Yeadon clicked on the bed-side lamp and put an arm around his wife who was sitting bolt upright in bed. Her nightie was soaked in sweat ...
... mind buzzed with a million conflicting thoughts but, in a cocoon of coats, the Doctor resolved to think only of his pressing need for warmth, comfort ...
... by the Abbot's watery blue eyes. Their melancholy aspect seemed at odds with his massive personality. 'Now then, my dear sir. Where were we? A ...
... jamming a tweedy hat on to his head. Opening the front door, the three of them set out together into the gathering dusk. Ace gazed down forlornly ...
... wound as if to dismiss it. 'The second charge, Phillip, the second charge!' Jackson nodded worriedly and followed his brave leader back to the ridge. ...
... unnatural, somehow less than human. And Hawthorne was still checking under his bed. The phone call from Cooper inviting him to join her in Yorkshire had ...
... was stationary now, swaying a little in the moonlight and sobbing uncontrollably. The Doctor pulled out a torch from his capacious pockets and swept ...
... out a brand-new map from the glove compartment. Crook Marsham was six miles to the west. Shouldn't take him long. Time for a nice leisurely breakfast ...
... you mean?' 'Was he as you remembered him?' 'Oh yes! Very much. He was so alive. I could feel it. It was like he was drawing me into him. It would've ...
... Lowcock dismissively. 'There was a fire at a chemical plant a few miles off. I was just wondering whether it could be something like that.' 'That ...
... in blind panic as shapes split off from the shadows and moved towards them. There was a thin woman in a black dress bearing down on Mr Messingham and ...
... over the sputtering candles. He put out his arm to hold Holly, withdrew it uncertainly and then tried again. She shrugged him off at once. 'No.' He sighed. ...
... Vijay had uttered a silent prayer for Trevithick. If the old man had gone down, he would certainly have been fighting to the end. Holly had slept better ...
... Lowcock had done his rounds late on Christmas Eve, telling everyone to be in the church for eight the next morning as there was a bit of a flap on. ...
... level. The Doctor lay sprawled on the grass, deathly still. Doctor Who: Nightshade Chapter 10 Trevithick pulled at the banister ...
... so easy. So obvious. Holly... She turned to look at Vijay and nodded. 'It's OK. I'm all right.' Vijay's grip on her arm loosened. In an instant, she ...
... to change into her little swimming costume without the camouflage of the beach towel. Feel the crack of her mum's hand across her backside when she'd ...
... The night was pleasant, the air sweet. This was more like it. Ace emerged behind him. 'Where are we?' 'I told you. Crook Marsham.' Ace looked at the ...