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Doctor Who: Prisoner of the Daleks [Reading] ➷ Doctor Who: Prisoner of the Daleks By Trevor Baxendale – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk The Daleks are advancing, their empire constantly expanding into Earth s space The Earth forces are resisting the Daleks in every way they can But the battles rage on across countless solar systems An The Daleks are advancing, their empire constantly Prisoner of ePUB ☆ expanding into Earth s space The Earth forces are resisting the Daleks in every way they can But the battles rage on across countless solar systems And now the future of our galaxy hangs in the balanceThe Doctor finds himself stranded Doctor Who: MOBI :å on board a starship near the frontline with a group of ruthless bounty hunters Earth Command will pay them for every Dalek they kill, every eye stalk they bring back as proofWith the Doctor s help, the bounty hunters achieve the ultimate prize a Dalek prisoner intact, powerless, and Who: Prisoner of ePUB ´ ready for interrogation But where the Daleks are involved, nothing is what it seems, and no one is safe Before long the tables will be turned, and how will the Doctor survive when he becomes a prisoner of the Daleks Featuring the tenth Doctor as played by David Tennant in the hit BBC Television Doctor Who series.


About the Author: Trevor Baxendale

Trevor Baxendale is a novelist who has Prisoner of ePUB ☆ penned several Doctor Who tie in novels and audio dramas He lives in Liverpool, England with his wife and two children.



10 thoughts on “Doctor Who: Prisoner of the Daleks

  1. Ken Ken says:

    One of the best Tenth Doctor novels Set during the year of specials The Doctor travelling alone finds himself stranded on board a starship with of bounty hunters.Between them they manage to capture a Dalek prisoner, but even one solo Dalek should not be taken lightly There s so much to enjoy from this novel The characteristics of Tennant s Doctor is perfectly captured, especially as he first arrives on the planet.As he s traveling along the crew of the Wayfarer become the temporary companions f One of the best Tenth Doctor novels Set during the year of specials The Doctor travelling alone finds himself stranded on board a starship with of bounty hunters.Between them they manage to capture a Dalek prisoner, but even one solo Dalek should not be taken lightly There s so much to enjoy from this novel The characteristics of Tennant s Doctor is perfectly captured, especially as he first arrives on the planet.As he s traveling along the crew of the Wayfarer become the temporary companions for this story, all the crew are great interesting additions but it s Bowman who stands out.The exchanges between The Doctor and the Dalek are chillingly riveting, I love how calculating and cunning the Time Lords deadliest enemy are in this story


  2. Corey Dutson Corey Dutson says:

    THIS is a Doctor Who novel This is exactly what I ve been talking about Finally, I have found a new series novel that shows the harder side of The Doctor This book shows him vulnerable, shows him dark, shows him terrified, and shows him victorious This book shows how dangerous The Doctor really is to his enemies, and how unforgiving he can be.About damned time someone went and wrote one like this.


  3. Branwen Sedai *of the Brown Ajah* Branwen Sedai *of the Brown Ajah* says:

    You re all going to burn and no matter how much you try to come back, or which of you remain, I m always going to be there to stop you So just remember there s a storm coming I loved this book Loved it, loved it, loved it And not just because it was a fantastic representation of the 10th Doctor, but because like all great Doctor Who stories it was a story with roots we could all either relate to, or learn something from Ideas regarding torture, justice, guerilla warfare, and violence allYou re all going to burn and no matter how much you try to come back, or which of you remain, I m always going to be there to stop you So just remember there s a storm coming I loved this book Loved it, loved it, loved it And not just because it was a fantastic representation of the 10th Doctor, but because like all great Doctor Who stories it was a story with roots we could all either relate to, or learn something from Ideas regarding torture, justice, guerilla warfare, and violence all seep through this book, making you question your ideals and morals with each page Just because a creature or person is your enemy does that give you the right to torture it Is there ever a justification for that Should violence be met withviolence Or is there a better way A way which doesn t involve us losing our humanity Powerful questions, and there are no simple answers, unfortunately But it was amazing to read a book that addressed these issues, made me think, made me feel, and entertained me all at the same time.Just a wonderful story


  4. Sandra Sandra says:

    I m probably one of the few who doesn t know what Doctor Who is about But I still bought this book, because I don t have enough other books with me and because it was on sale And I thought that this could help me to see whether I d like the series.The book comes with just the tenth Doctor and besides that all new characters I really liked the Doctor, he s a nice character, and I loved the way the other characters were brought to life I have no clue about Daleks I still don t but that didn I m probably one of the few who doesn t know what Doctor Who is about But I still bought this book, because I don t have enough other books with me and because it was on sale And I thought that this could help me to see whether I d like the series.The book comes with just the tenth Doctor and besides that all new characters I really liked the Doctor, he s a nice character, and I loved the way the other characters were brought to life I have no clue about Daleks I still don t but that didn t stop this book from being exciting, a very nice and interesting read with the right amount of humour Basically, it was a good book for which you didn t have to know the series The advantages of being introduced to new characters Trevor Baxendale is an interesting writer who managed to fascinate me despite the fact that I had no clue what I was reading about He s also very good with building up tension That was really good I can t give this bookthan 3 stars though, because of a certain lack of understanding, which probably wouldn t have been there if I d known the series.But still a very good book and I don t think anyone will be disappointed if they read it.PS Since reading this book I ve started watching the series Never regretted it, never will


  5. Stephen Robert Collins Stephen Robert Collins says:

    This was first time I read this book but on 20th unlucky day as it s famous for been Hitler s birthday my mother of aged aged 75 died Which rather spoilt this book The Doctor is on his own with load of nasty Dalek oh S t My mother loved Doctor Who she be so pleased that Jodie is now the Doctor I detect this book to my mother I since then have read it a second time it was lot better the first time This was first time I read this book but on 20th unlucky day as it s famous for been Hitler s birthday my mother of aged aged 75 died Which rather spoilt this book The Doctor is on his own with load of nasty Dalek oh S t My mother loved Doctor Who she be so pleased that Jodie is now the Doctor I detect this book to my mother I since then have read it a second time it was lot better the first time


  6. David Monroe David Monroe says:

    This features the Tenth Doctor post Journey s End, travelling on his own, encountering Dalek bounty hunters in a separate time track that comes from Gauda Prime, one that he shouldn t be on since it crosses the Daleks timeline Timey Wimey The Doctor and the hunters are captured hey, it s in the title and find themselves at the mercy of the very fascinating and dangerous Dalek X.


  7. Kimberley doruyter Kimberley doruyter says:

    i know why this one wasn t an episode, the ending is too cheezie.


  8. E.C. Elliot E.C. Elliot says:

    This book was pretty good The only thing that I didn t like was the profanity.


  9. Dan Dan says:

    I saw this book had good reviews so gave it ago Often the books in this series are simplistic but Baxendale avoids this totally Set somewhere after series 4 and before The End of Time, the Tenth Doctor is travelling alone in the TARDIS when it jumps a time track The Doctor finds himself in the middle of a war between the human empire and his greatest enemies, the daleks Along with a group of ruthless bounty hunters he must stop the daleks from developing time travel and changing history Thi I saw this book had good reviews so gave it ago Often the books in this series are simplistic but Baxendale avoids this totally Set somewhere after series 4 and before The End of Time, the Tenth Doctor is travelling alone in the TARDIS when it jumps a time track The Doctor finds himself in the middle of a war between the human empire and his greatest enemies, the daleks Along with a group of ruthless bounty hunters he must stop the daleks from developing time travel and changing history This book does many things right that other books in the series sometimes fail to do The Tenth Doctor is capture wonderfully, the speech is really written for him The daleks manage to be as daunting as if they were on screen, especially Dalek X and idea I love There s a strong supporting cast, a great story and lots of humour despite the darkness of the plot A dalek saying WHERE DID YOU LAST HAVE IT in reference to the TARDIS key is hilarious, as is the Large Chronon Collider Fans of Doctor Who will love this and it s got to be one of the best novels featuring the Tenth Doctor, if not the best Plus there s loads of daleks being properly scary and it doesn t mess with their chronology


  10. Robert Davis Robert Davis says:

    This is a Classic Masterpiece of Doctor Who fiction Mr Baxendale has succeeded in creating a story that fits perfectly into the Doctor Who universe It is very easy to visualize the plot as a true DW episode, it reads as if it were an actual on screen story What s better, it seems authentic the Doctor s dialogue, the action, the plot and the supporting characters all seem as if they were written for the screen.The plot is classic DW The Doctor is captured, the Doctor escapes, he and his co This is a Classic Masterpiece of Doctor Who fiction Mr Baxendale has succeeded in creating a story that fits perfectly into the Doctor Who universe It is very easy to visualize the plot as a true DW episode, it reads as if it were an actual on screen story What s better, it seems authentic the Doctor s dialogue, the action, the plot and the supporting characters all seem as if they were written for the screen.The plot is classic DW The Doctor is captured, the Doctor escapes, he and his companions are then recaptured and placed in seemingly dire straits, and just when all seems hopeless, the Doctor tricks his foes and defeats them in spectacular fashion.Truthfully, I do not think the new series of DW is as enjoyable as the original But, this book is a true classic It s regrettable that is wasn t made into a proper episode, because it practically begs to be on screen


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