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Paperback Dr. Who & the Seeds of Doom Book

ISBN: 0523416202

ISBN13: 9780523416205

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The Universe is full of unreasonable things...

_This is a novelization of the "Seeds of Doom" episode with Tom Baker (the fourth incarnation of the Doctor.) I hadn't seen that episode in years but in reading the story I could see it perfectly in my mind's eye- there was nothing added nor missing from the original. The wit, and madness, of the good Doctor truly came across. _As for the story itself, it is a cross between "The Thing from another World" and something out of H.P. Lovecraft. The action starts out at a science outpost in the Antarctic and moves to a great stately mansion in the English countryside. The action doesn't slacken for an instant. _The introduction by Harlan Ellison is especially good. He really "got" the true character of the Doctor. After all, this is a Time Lord who refused to stand by as a passive, objective observer like the rest of his kind. Instead, he commandeered an old Mk.40 TARDIS and set out on a crusade to protect the weak and innocent from the monstrous and evil. In short, this is The Doctor.

The Universe is full of unreasonable things...

_This is a novelization of the "Seeds of Doom" episode with Tom Baker (the fourth incarnation of the Doctor.) I hadn't seen that episode in years but in reading the story I could see it perfectly in my mind's eye- there was nothing added nor missing from the original. The wit, and madness, of the good Doctor truly came across. _As for the story itself, it is a cross between "The Thing from another World" and something out of H.P. Lovecraft. The action starts out at a science outpost in the Antarctic and moves to a great stately mansion in the English countryside. The action doesn't slacken for an instant. _The introduction by Harlan Ellison is especially good. He really "got" the true character of the Doctor. After all, this is a Time Lord who refused to stand by as a passive, objective observer like the rest of his kind. Instead, he commandeered an old Mk.40 TARDIS and set out on a crusade to protect the weak and innocent from the monstrous and evil. In short, this is The Doctor.
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