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The Ghosts of N Space

2.81 of 5 stars 2.81  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  4 reviews
NOT A BOOK. NOT AN AUDIO BOOK. This is a radio play broadcast on Radio 4 for Pirate Radio 4.

‘When the barrier gives way, this planet will be flooded by all the evil in N-Space; and at the moment I have no idea how to stop it.’

The Brigadier’s ancient great-uncle Mario seems unsurprised by the spectres which haunt his even more ancient Sicilian castle. But when the Doctor co
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Published February 19th 1996 by BBC Books
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Christopher Buchanan
Not the worst story ever but personally, I didn't like it. I'm not down with all the ghosts and pseudo spiritual stuff. Otherwise, it was okay for its time I guess. A little heavy on exposition. Really makes you appreciate how far Big Finish has gone with the format.
Of the 3 Doctor Who books I've read so far this was definitely the one I enjoyed the least. The story in itself was ok, not terribly interesting but not horrible either and at times just utterly silly (which I don't mind, I like silly. But what bothered me most were the little details and characterisations that were off. The author didn't get the voices of either the Doctor or Sarah Jane quite right which is a bit confusing. And also, he kept mentioning little things about Sarah Jane's backgroun ...more
A little cheesy and a bit hard to follow with all the characters that are shoved in at once, traveling in time, flip flopping around, and the move from N-Space to E-Space.
One of the weakest Doctor Who stories, despite starring Jon Pertwee and Elizabeth Sladen.
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Barry Letts was a British actor, television director, writer and producer. He was most associated with the television series Doctor Who for many years, with active involvement in the television series from 1967 to 1981, and later contributions to its spin-offs in other media.
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