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ISBN:
1846075947
Author:
Paul Magrs
Language:
English
Publisher:
BBC; paperback / softback edition (2008)
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Doctor Who: Sick Building has been added to your Cart. Paul Magrs has published nineteen books, most of them novels. His books for teenagers include 'Exchange' and 'Twin Freaks.

Doctor Who: Sick Building has been added to your Cart. He has written four previous Doctor Who novels. Series: Doctor Who (Book 41). Paperback: 256 pages.

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Doctor Who: Sick Building. Tiermann's World: a planet covered in wintry woods and roamed by sabre-toothed tigers and other savage beasts

Doctor Who: Sick Building. Tiermann's World: a planet covered in wintry woods and roamed by sabre-toothed tigers and other savage beasts. Doctor Who: Sick Building. Tiermann& World: a planet covered in wintry woods and roamed by sabre-toothed tigers and other savage beasts. The Doctor is here to warn Professor Tiermann, his wife and their son that a terrible.

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Magrs has also written licensed Doctor Who fiction without Wildthyme, including the 2007 novel, Sick Building, (which made the shortlist for the Doncaster Book Award), a variety of audio plays for Big Finish and the BBC audio series, Hornets' Nest, which marked the first time.

Magrs has also written licensed Doctor Who fiction without Wildthyme, including the 2007 novel, Sick Building, (which made the shortlist for the Doncaster Book Award), a variety of audio plays for Big Finish and the BBC audio series, Hornets' Nest, which marked the first time Tom Baker had returned to play the Doctor in a full-length drama since he.

Paul Magrs is a full-time author and former Senior Lecturer in English Literature and Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he began work in 2004. He also formerly taught at the University of East Anglia

Paul Magrs is a full-time author and former Senior Lecturer in English Literature and Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he began work in 2004. He also formerly taught at the University of East Anglia. He did his PhD at the University of Lancaster. He created the character of Iris Wildthyme for his Phoenix Court trilogy of novels. He also created the planet Hyspero, which would have featured in his planned Tales of Hyspero series.

Paul Magrs has published nineteen books, most of them novels. Библиографические данные. Doctor Who: Sick Building DOCTOR WHO.

Tiermann's World: a planet covered in wintry woods and roamed by sabre-toothed tigers and other savage beasts.

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Book in the Doctor Who: New Series Adventures Series). However, it was also clever and creative and very doctor who like in its delivery. In my estimate very underated. What is wrong with a toaster and sun bed that come to life and befriend the doctor. He gives them purpose and sees beyond their basic function. They remind me of thee the misfit toys in Rudolf the rednose reindeer. And who did not like the ending of this book. I thought it was great.

1st edition, fine (as new) paperback, Doctor Who as new
  • zzzachibis
The new line of Doctor Who books are meant to be juvenile-friendly stories. No problem. I'm a big kid. However, juvenile-friendly sometimes translates into silly. In Sick Building, we have a giant, planet-sucking blob, a house that's gone crazy, and a vending machine with a bit of a crush on the Doctor. The threat never really seems all that threatening, perhaps because the solutions are, well, silly: the Doctor doing a one-man (and two-machine) cover of Bohemian Rhapsody to sooth the savage beast (OK, I chuckled at that); and an ending that involves a lot of soda pop and a very loud PA system.

Heaped on top of the silliness is a cliched arrogant genius serving as the antagonist. He's just not interesting enough, and far too predictable, to drive the story.

There are good points, though. Paul Magrs has a solid writing style and he does a decent job of voicing the Doctor and Martha. He sets up a nicely awkward relationship between Martha and the teenage boy, Solin, who is unusually mature and direct in expressing his interest in Martha. And the Doctor teaming up with a rag-tag assemblage of intelligent household goods, called Servo-furnishings, is rather sweet and very Doctor-ish.
  • Skilkancar
This story should of been one episode, instead of a book. I felt the author didn't have enough of a plot to make such a long story. The humans in the story were boring, only the strange robots were interesting. I didn't even like the monster, and how the Doctor got rid of the monster was lame. Bottom line, I've read better books.
  • RED
I did read the whole thing but in my view instead of the Doctor being a little quirky and energetic, he came across as plain silly. The other characters were too.
  • Taulkree
Great gift! Fast shipping.
  • Thabel
These bools are exciting! They are exactly like the tv shows. If you are a fan these books are must haves!
  • Ausstan
New condition.
  • Mr.Champions
The author does a wonderful job capturing the Doctor and Martha's characters in this book. There are references to past episodes, Rose, and the Doctor sings Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen to scare away a monster. That scene alone made the book for me. :-) I enjoyed the book a lot, and I think it's one of the better tie-in novels I've read.
I read this book in two days (half one day, half the next) and was not thrilled during the entire event. I do not feel as though I wasted my time reding this but I did not gain anything from it either. The ideas are very juvenile (I know, I know, it's for kids) and the premise was predictable. The villian was a gasbag and the most interesting character (Solin) had a rather small role in the whole affair.

It's a quick read and for that I was thankful.