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What did you like most about Doctor Who: Eleventh Doctor Tales?
The stories where all interesting, thought provoking, energetic, thrilling and in some places a tiny bit scarey
What was one of the most memorable moments of Doctor Who: Eleventh Doctor Tales?
the very beginning of "The art of death" when the voice says "Penelope" I found that a little scary. and "Darkstar Academy" stood out for me as well.
What three words best describe the narrators’s voice?
Some brilliant, some not so good
Any additional comments?
I wished that the chapter's would show the story title so I could choose which story I wanted to listen too rather than having to guess, the same can be said for a lot of collections. It is nice for the first time to listen to it all the way through but after I like to be able to choose what I want to listen to, which is difficult when you don't know where anything is.
Also some of the readers where trying to accents and put on the characters voice unsuccessfully, I think I would rather they just read in their normal voice than trying to do a character of accents unsuccessfully.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful
15 stories, 12 of which I loved. 1 I couldn't listen to. In the main the narration is brilliant, especially when Matt Smith or Arthur Darville as both are simply and utterly wonderful to listen to and they read quite a few between them!! Other narrators are good and enjoyable too so well worth the credit to get this.
With 15 stories I won't even begin to provide any overview of storylinras but suffice to say they are mainly excellent.The reason I dropped a star is my issue with choices of female narrators. I've nothing against female narrators doing Dr who, I mean Catherine Tate was so good in the 10th tales that I have relistened to her stories 2-3 times. But in this book there was one narrator in particular who sounded like she was reading a chic lit story - as I was listening I looked the story up and found that it was written by a chic lit novelist, I mean, just why???? after 20 minutes I simply switched to the next story because I couldn't bear to hear her do male voices anymore.
Thankfully it moved straight into a great story read by Arthur Darville and we were back on track.
Well worth getting for the majority of good stuff and I'll be listening to those stories again.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful