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by Stephen Cole

Free eBook Doctor Who The Art of Destruction download ISBN: 1846075882
Author: Stephen Cole
Publisher: BBC; paperback / softback edition (2008)
Language: English
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Subcategory: Graphic Novels
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The Art of Destruction is a BBC Books original novel written by Stephen Cole and based on the long-running science fiction television series Doctor Who. It was published on September 21, 2006, alongside The Nightmare of Black Island and The Price of Paradise. It features the Tenth Doctor and Rose. The TARDIS arrives in 22nd century Africa, where agri-teams are growing food in the rich soil around a dormant volcano to feed the hungry millions of Earth.

Doctor Who: The Feast Of The Drowned. Doctor Who: The Price Of Paradise. These books are pretty much just for fans of Doctor Who, as there's plenty of references to various episodes of the show, so the writing pretty much expects you to already know who the Doctor and Rose are, what the TARDIS is, and so on. These books pretty much play out like a professionally published fan fiction, and all the main characters behave and sound like they would on the show proper.

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But who was it meant for? And what is the secret of the eerie statues that stand at the heart of the volcano? Dragged into a centuries-old conflict, Rose and the Doctor are soon elevating survival to an art form as ancient, alien hands practice arts of destruction all around them. Featuring the Tenth Doctor and Rose as played by David Tennant and Billie Piper in the hit Doctor Who series from BBC Television.

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New Series Adventures (Doctor Who) - The New Series Adventures are a series of spin off novels based on the long running BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who and published under the BBC Books imprint. The range of books does not have an official name.

The Art of Destruction was the eleventh novel in the BBC New Series Adventures series. It was written by Stephen Cole and featured the Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler. The TARDIS lands in 22nd century Africa in the shadow of a dormant volcano. Agri-teams are growing new foodstuffs in the baking soil to help feed the world's starving millions – but the Doctor and Rose have detected an alien signal somewhere close by.

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Read by Don Warrington, who played The President in the Doctor Who episode Rise of the Cybermen . Also included is a facinating bonus behind-the-scenes discussion between author Stephen Cole and Don Warrington.

Read by Don Warrington, who played The President in the Doctor Who episode Rise of the Cybermen, this thrilling adventure features the Doctor and Rose as played by David Tennant and Billie Piper in the hit series from BBC Television.

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Yainai
Ever since the relaunch in 2005, I've been a fan of Doctor Who (and have later gone back to watch the classic series as well). And when I discovered there were a ton of novels based on the show as well, I knew I had to check them out. All of them have different writers, and all of them vary in degrees of quality. But all of them still capture the spirit of the show; playing out like actual episodes, while being able to utilize things that would be extremely difficult to create on the show (in terms of special effects).

Set during the time of the Tenth Doctor and Rose, the TARDIS lands in 22nd century Africa, near to a dormant volcano. Teams of scientists are trying to grow new food in the unforgiving soil to help feed the nearby villages, but the Doctor soon realizes they've got an even bigger problem on their hands when he detects an alien signal somewhere close by. Pretty soon, as he and Rose begin to explore the underground caverns of the volcano, they're unexpectedly dragged into a centuries-old conflict when they unearth a hidden treasure....

These books are pretty much just for fans of Doctor Who, as there's plenty of references to various episodes of the show, so the writing pretty much expects you to already know who the Doctor and Rose are, what the TARDIS is, and so on. These books pretty much play out like a professionally published fan fiction, and all the main characters behave and sound like they would on the show proper. The overall atmosphere is constantly suspenseful, with some interesting build up as innocent people and wildlife are transformed into murderous gold statues. Mix in a cockroach con artist and a secret, alien, art museum, and you've got yourself an effective mystery that leaves you guessing as to what's going on. The climax itself is a bit rushed, but it none-the-less leaves the reader horrified at the things some people will do when they're desperate to save lives (or themselves), with a striking parallel between the two warring races of aliens, and the various Earth based rebel gangs fighting to survive in a barren landscape.

On the whole, this is one of those stories where the journey was more enjoyable than the payoff. But if you want to see more adventures with the Tenth Doctor, then give this novel a go.
Winn
This book was hard to get through. It seemed to drag in places and was hard to follow until a big explanation was given by the Doctor at the end. I didn't care for the disgusting forms of the aliens. The ending somewhat redeemed it.
Landarn
A good read but not my favourite monsters. The story was imaginative but not quite as gripping as others. Still entertaining though.
Aiata
This was the last Doctor and Rose adventure I will read. I've read all of roses adventures with the Doctor, both 9 and 10. I will miss reading her adventures. I can hardly wait for her to come back for the 50 anniversary story. As for the book it was a good read. For maybe for the first time guest characters are all of black descent. Though the aliens were both gold and white and grimy. The books are trying to be different from the tv, and I think that's a good thing. The next book I read will be with 10 and Martha. I expect to like their books to.
JOIN
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Bremar
The plot is fast moving and I love the way the author writes. I can easily visualize the characters, even their facial expressions.
Kerry
fantastic
I enjoyed the book.