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Doctor Who: Independence Day (Past Doctor Adventures #36)

2.34 of 5 stars 2.34  ·  rating details  ·  41 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The TARDIS lands on the planet Mendeb, where Ace meets a merchant adventurer named Kedin. She falls for him, seduces him -- and then discovers him to be a slave trader. When, horrified, she tries to flee, he feeds her the will-sapping spore drug that turns independent citizens into obedient slaves, and sells her. The Doctor is on a mission to liberate the Mendeb slaves and ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 285 pages
Published October 15th 2000 by BBC Books
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Daniel Kukwa
Some people should stick to editing a Doctor Who novel range, rather than writing for that range. This is a novel so hollow and shallow I'm surprised it made it to the printing press. Former New Adventures editor Peter Darvill-Evans has written three less-than-stellar Doctor Who novels over the years...and this one is by far the most ghastly. Avoid, if possible.
Shannon Appelcline
Poor writing, bad characterization, entirely tepid and unbelievable love-at-first-sight romance, and an almost misogynistic view of woman who are seen as little but objects of lust and victims. If this weren't part of a series that interests me, I would surely have put it down halfway done.
Good idea for a story, I just wish it was written better.
Simon Curtis
Not entirely sure I actually ever finished this!
John Wilson
Brain hurts.
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Peter Darvill-Evans is an English writer and editor.

He was born and lived in Buckinghamshire until he went to university, graduating in 1975 from University College, London with a degree in History.

In 1976 Darvill-Evans joined the staff of Games Centre, a specialist games shop in London. He became the manager of a branch of the shop, then manager of wholesale sales, selling board games and eventua
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