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Doctor Who: Burning Heart

Doctor Who: Burning Heart Best Read || [Dave Stone] - Doctor Who: Burning Heart, Doctor Who Burning Heart There s a god in the machine and the god is insane In the self contained Habitat on Dramos things are getting out of control Twenty million humans and aliens are at each other s throats the lid bare

  • Title: Doctor Who: Burning Heart
  • Author: Dave Stone
  • ISBN: 9780426204985
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback

Doctor Who: Burning Heart Best Read || [Dave Stone], Doctor Who: Burning Heart, Dave Stone, Doctor Who Burning Heart There s a god in the machine and the god is insane In the self contained Habitat on Dramos things are getting out of control Twenty million humans and aliens are at each other s throats the lid barely held on by the Church of Adjudication who through their OBERON systems wield absolute power And we all know what absolute power does Other things have been corrupted tThe Doctor Who: Burning Heart Best Read || [Dave Stone] - Doctor Who: Burning Heart, Doctor Who Burning Heart There s a god in the machine and the god is insane In the self contained Habitat on Dramos things are getting out of control Twenty million humans and aliens are at each other s throats the lid bare

  • Doctor Who: Burning Heart Best Read || [Dave Stone]
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Doctor Who: Burning Heart

About "Dave Stone"

  1. Dave Stone

    Stone has written many spin off novels based on the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who and Judge Dredd.Stone also contributed a number of comic series to 2000AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine, focusing on the Dreddverse Judge Dredd universe In collaboration with David Bishop and artist Shaky Kane he produced the much disliked Soul Sisters, which he has described as a joke trip, which through various degrees of miscommunication ended up as a joke strip without any jokes Working independently, he created the better received Armitage, a Dreddworld take on Inspector Morse set in a future London, and also contributed to the ongoing Judge Hershey series.Stone s most lasting contribution to the world of Judge Dredd might well have been his vision of Brit Cit, which until Stone s various novels had been a remarkably underexplored area.

358 Comments

  1. This book had a lot of problems, even though at times it managed to capture this particular version of The Doctor perfectly There were a number of plot holes The author spends an inordinate amount of time setting the futuristic scene, throwing in so much techno jargon and future slang at times that it becomes near impossible to follow the narrative At other times he jumps from point of view to point of view, which normally would be fine but this case is combined with protagonists not knowing whi [...]


  2. Can you mash up Doctor Who and Judge Dredd without the universe imploding Apparently you can Dave Stone than adequately proves It s a rather slight story, but full of ridiculously amusing characters the best being a C 3POish millipede , and it captures the 6th Doctor and Peri almost uncomfortably close to the mark Well, this WAS their post Varos relationshiptakes some time to get used to the irritability


  3. Missing Adventure MA with the sixth Doctor and Peri At the nasty end of the spectrum I can t say I like it, and it isn t very good, but it does have its moments and the sixth Doctor is much himself The one that was originally drafted as a Judge Dredd crossover.




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