Free pdf Doctor Who: The Resurrection Casket (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: David Tennant, Justin Richards, BBC Worldwide Ltd: Audible AudiobooksAuthor David Tennant – Circuitwiringdiagram.co

Starfall a world on the edge, where crooks and smugglers hide in the gloomy shadows and modern technology refuses to work And that includes the TARDIS The pioneers who used to be drawn by the hope of making a fortune from the mines can find easier picking elsewhere But they still come for the romance of it, or old fashioned organic mining Or in the hope of finding the lost treasure of Hamlek Glint, scourge of the spaceways, privateer, adventurer, bandit Will the TARDIS ever work again Is Glint s lost treasure waiting to be found And does the fabled Resurrection Casket, the key to eternal life, really exist With the help of new friends, and to the horror of new enemies, the Doctor and Rose aim to find out Featuring the Doctor and Rose as played by David Tennant and Billie Piper in the acclaimed hit series from BBC Television Written by Justin Richards Read by David Tennant Includes author interview by David Darlington of Doctor Who Magazine


11 thoughts on “Doctor Who: The Resurrection Casket (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: David Tennant, Justin Richards, BBC Worldwide Ltd: Audible Audiobooks

  1. Maxine Blaylock Maxine Blaylock says:

    I love this doctor who story I can t put it down.


  2. Alan Johnstone Alan Johnstone says:

    A good read with a twist at the end that only Dr Who can do Its a good story I would recommend this especially if you like the Dr and Rose stories.


  3. Lolo Lolo says:

    OK


  4. disco queen disco queen says:

    Great CD for any Dr Who fan, our son loves it and has listened to it several times, especially great on long car journeys, we also have it on sons MP3.


  5. The Keen Reader The Keen Reader says:

    This is a review of the novel, not the audio reading of the novelisation.Justin Richards is a prolific author, and a prolific author of Doctor Who novels This story features the Tenth Doctor as played on tv by David Tennant and captures his incarnation very well I don t know why, but the hardback edition I read had the image of the Doctor on the cover, but not Rose yet s images of the audiobook and novel have the images of both of them odd The Doctor and Rose are having problems with the Tardis it seems to be caught up in some kind of field generated by an electromagnetic pulse Managing to open the doors manually, they expect to find themselves in a radiation soaked wasteland Instead, they find themselves on a planet called Starfall, a world where modern technology doesn t work, and where the inhabitants of Starfall, smugglers, crooks and traders, make a living around the zone of electromagnetic gravitation The man in charge is Drel McCavity, and the Doctor finds himself involved in his schemes when he has to try and find a way to get the Tardis working again Meanwhile, people are dying mysteriously, and horribly.This is a really good story, and captures the Tenth Doctor and Rose well it utilises their characters admirably and the story is interesting While I m not really one for pirate stories which is why I had hesitated before reading this one it really didn t jar on the story, and indeed added to the atmosphere and to the culture of the ultimate storyline There were a couple of lines where the Doctor s wit did seem a bit forced into the story, but apart form that the whole novel read really well This is not hard core science fiction what it is, is an entertaining and very readable and enjoyable Doctor Who novel.


  6. The Keen Reader The Keen Reader says:

    This is a review of the novel, not the audio reading of the novelisation.Justin Richards is a prolific author, and a prolific author of Doctor Who novels This story features the Tenth Doctor as played on tv by David Tennant and captures his incarnation very well I don t know why, but the hardback edition I read had the image of the Doctor on the cover, but not Rose yet s images of the audiobook and novel have the images of both of them odd The Doctor and Rose are having problems with the Tardis it seems to be caught up in some kind of field generated by an electromagnetic pulse Managing to open the doors manually, they expect to find themselves in a radiation soaked wasteland Instead, they find themselves on a planet called Starfall, a world where modern technology doesn t work, and where the inhabitants of Starfall, smugglers, crooks and traders, make a living around the zone of electromagnetic gravitation The man in charge is Drel McCavity, and the Doctor finds himself involved in his schemes when he has to try and find a way to get the Tardis working again Meanwhile, people are dying mysteriously, and horribly.This is a really good story, and captures the Tenth Doctor and Rose well it utilises their characters admirably and the story is interesting While I m not really one for pirate stories which is why I had hesitated before reading this one it really didn t jar on the story, and indeed added to the atmosphere and to the culture of the ultimate storyline There were a couple of lines where the Doctor s wit did seem a bit forced into the story, but apart form that the whole novel read really well This is not hard core science fiction what it is, is an entertaining and very readable and enjoyable Doctor Who novel.


  7. Lilli de la Field Lilli de la Field says:

    The Tenth Doctor stops the TARDIS in space to take a reading, and suddenly everything stops working, and they have to make a forced landing on a planet in the back of beyond where technology simply does not work The TARDIS is badly damaged and cannot repair herself until she is moved outside the planet s sphere of influence, but how Here begins a chain of events that lead the Doctor and Rose to join forces with an unlikely crew to search for the lost pirate and his treasure..and the fabled resurrection casket.This is basically treasure island in space, but with a few surprising space age twists David Tennant is the narrator, and as always his narration and characterisation are spot on As an added extra is a fascinating interview with the author of this story, Justin Richards, who interestingly mentions in passing exactly how he feels about the way this story had been narrated.This is a great story, well constructed, and regardless of how you feel about the basic Treasure Island premise, it is very enjoyable and in my opinion well worth the price, A solid addition to the tenth Doctor audio collection.


  8. Ughetta Ughetta says:

    Ho acquistato questo audiolibro per curiosit e ne sono rimasta soddisfatta.L intera storia raccontata da David Tennant, il decimo dottore della serie del Doctor Who, che riesce a distinguere i vari personaggi cambiando la tonalit della voce e il modo di esprimersi a seconda del personaggio interpretato in quel momento Un buon prodotto consigliato sia agli appassionati del Doctor Who sia a chi voglia acquistare un audiolibro in inglese per fare un po di esercizio di ascolto in lingua originale.


  9. maria bergen maria bergen says:

    very nicely written, and the story was captivating the book itself was in very nice condition as well.


  10. frederique frederique says:

    Un bon Doctor Who, plein de rebondissements, avec une bonne ambiance pirates de l espace steampunk, des persos secondaires bien camp s.La version poche reli e est vraiment agr able avec sa couverture paisse et r sistante.