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Re the population is bewildered and trembling beneath the violent onslaught of a merciless invaderWho or what is the mighty Zor whose green slanting luminous eyes glare out from the dark of night like giant emeralds What is the powerful alien force tha. Doctor Who The Pescatons started out as the first Doctor Who audio release way back in 1976 As an audio release of its time the audio story had only three actors Tom Baker Elisabeth Sladen and Bill Mitchell if memory serves me correctly and much of it was told in Baker s narration So that brings us to this book published twenty five years later and the uestion is it worth buying Victor Pemeberton takes the novel as an opportunity to flesh out the audio story and its 45 minute length Pemberton adds new characters to the story and even manages to give it a bigger scope then the original audio story managed By adding in new characters and subplots especially astron

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Doctor Who and The Pescatons

Novelization of the audio adventure released on LP in the 70sThe Doctor and his companion Sarah Jane battle against some of the most heinous foes to emerge from the outer universe The Pescatons The Doctor finds himself in the capital city of London whe. Considering what Victor Pemberton managed to do with his Fury From the Deep novelization the expectations for this adaptation of his rather mixed LP audio story from the 1970s were high Unfortunately this is just not wort the time Best to simply ignore it and pretend very easily that the 4th Doctor Sarah had other interesting adventures

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T is bringing Earth's civilisation to a standstill threatening to annihilate everything in its pathThis is the story of a dying Planet of a Deadly Weed and the merciless Creatures themselves It is a Challenge to the Doctor a frightening race against ti. The best thing about this book on CD was the included interview with Elisabeth Sladen RIP Sarah Jane Otherwise it was a predictable and boring if well acted story Fish people invade mayhem abounds whole race destroyed by deus ex machina It was like re reading the worst of the Venom stories I would say skip it but there was that interview with SarahThanks for reading


10 thoughts on “Doctor Who and The Pescatons

  1. says:

    Considering what Victor Pemberton managed to do with his Fury From the Deep novelization the expectations for this adaptation of his rather mixed LP audio story from the 1970s were high Unfortunately this is just not wort the time Best to simply ignore it and pretend very easily that the 4th Doctor Sarah had ot

  2. says:

    Another good adventure with the Doctor and Sarah Jane in London saving the world from the Prescaton invasion

  3. says:

    pdf 152 pagesConsiderably expanded from the original audio on LP with a much larger supporting cast Not a massive success I

  4. says:

    Doctor Who The Pescatons started out as the first Doctor Who audio release way back in 1976 As an audio release of its time the audio story had only three actors Tom Baker Elisabeth Sladen and Bill Mitchell if memory serve

  5. says:

    Going into this book I was not expecting much with it The reason is that is was based off an audio production that was done back in the 70s I was pleasantly surprised by how much better it was than expected Though

  6. says:

    returnreturnOn the one hand it scores over the audio version on which it is based by having a larger number of active characters and a wider view of the action On the other hand Pemberton's writing style is absolutely dire with a cringeworthy phrase on almost every page In addition he seems unsure which Doctor he is writing for with

  7. says:

    The good news is that The Pescatons is a way better story than the 1976 LP audio adventure it's based on The bad news is that I'd still rather listen to the LPAt least with the LP I get Tom Baker and Sarah Jane sounding mildly interested With the novel I get a hundred pages of character development that will always fail in comparison to bonus Tom Baker To be fair most written prose fails to come close to bonus Baker

  8. says:

    Huge disappointment considering how long it took me to track down a copyThe monsters are cool there's a good setting and a decent attempt to explain where this 'lost adventure' fits into Who continuity but the Doctor and S

  9. says:

    The best thing about this book on CD was the included interview with Elisabeth Sladen RIP Sarah Jane Otherwise it was a predictable and boring if well acted story Fish people invade mayhem abounds whole race destroyed by deus ex machina It was like re reading the worst of the Venom stories I would say skip it but there was that interview with SarahThanks for reading

  10. says:

    Not a great outing for Tom Baker His Doctor acts entirely out of character and the plot limps along to a disappointing climax There's probably a reason this one wasn't made into a TV series