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Doctor Who: The Taking Of Chelsea 426 (udgave 2009)

af David Llewellyn

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The Doctor battles the Sontarans, in the latest novel in the bestselling Doctor Who range
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Titel:Doctor Who: The Taking Of Chelsea 426
Forfattere:David Llewellyn
Info:BBC Books (2009), Hardcover, 256 pages
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I think the title is very clever but the book itself was very average. I just didn't find it very interesting or exciting. ( )
  infjsarah | Apr 13, 2013 |
http://nwhyte.livejournal.com/1931209.html

On the positive side, it's got some interesting political points to make about society and propaganda and media, and conformity vs imdividualism. On the negative side, there are some very old-fashioned gender stereotypes among the human characters, the Sontarans and even more the Rutans are taken in a direction that isn't awfully consistent with what else we know about them, and the physics of locating a human colony on the surface of the planet Saturn may not have been completely thought through. (Located there for the hydrogen mines, you see.) So on the whole I'm afraid it's a thumbs down for this one. ( )
  nwhyte | May 5, 2012 |
Doctor Who doesn't translate well to audiobook for me, it seems. I suspect if I'd ripped through the printed version, I would have enjoyed it more, but 5 hours was too much time spent on a story that didn't have enough going for it.It was still fun, but not an experience I'll hurry to repeat. ( )
  ImBookingIt | Jun 6, 2011 |
The Tenth Doctor decides to take in a flower show. Saturn colony Chelsea 426 is holding it's first annual flower show to unveil the plants grown from spores discovered in Saturn's soupy atmosphere. But the plants aren't just plants. They're Rutans, bent on staging an ambush on their thousands-years enemies, the Sontarans. But the Sontarans have decided to get the drop first on the Rutans. The small colony dome is invaded both from within and without, and the inhabitants have no idea what's going on. Only the Doctor can save them!

Like lots of Doctor Who, fun and unlikely.
  AwesomeAud | Mar 3, 2011 |
Starting off the year with a Doctor Who novel! Another one of the Tenth Doctor's last books, again where he's without a companion. This one sees him land on a planet called Chelsea 426 where a flower show is taking place. The book cover makes it clear who the Doctor's adversary is in this story, and this time it's the Sontarans.

This book has a really slow start and it takes ages for the Doctor to appear. Even after that, it takes a while for things to get going. It's very drawn out and I think it would have been better as one of the Quick Reads books which has only 100 pages. The climax in comparison is fairly rapid, but that's because there's not a lot of it! There's no real sense of urgency or danger for the Doctor at all and without that suspense, it's hard to keep interested. The Rutan plot would be much better if the concept hadn't been made extremely clear from the beginning and had been kept as a twist or surprise.

The characterisation of the Doctor is okay but the secondary characters are extremely flat and mostly annoying. The Sontarans themselves seem to be way off. They're supposed to be unwieldy, ruthless and see combat as the be all and end all, but they're portrayed as being rather slow-witted, willing to let the Doctor leave several times and able to do lots of jumping about. The inaccuracies would spoil it if the book wasn't so sub-par in the first place. There's just nothing in there to really get your teeth into and quite disappointing as a result. ( )
  Ganimede | Jun 17, 2010 |
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