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Publisher's Summary

Five classic novelisations of TV adventures featuring the Doctor's arch enemy, the Master!
In Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon by Malcolm Hulke, the Master has stolen the Time Lord's files on a weapon which could make him ruler of the Galaxy.
In Doctor Who and the Daemons by Barry Letts, secret ceremonies have been designed to conjure up a horribly powerful being from another planet.
Doctor Who and the Sea-Devils by Malcolm Hulke finds the Master aiding and abetting members of a submarine colony who plan to seize control of the Earth.
In Logopolis by Christopher H Bidmead, even the Master is horrified by the threat of total chaos he unintentionally precipitates, and in Castrovalva by the same author he devises a trap for a newly regenerated Doctor.
Read by Geoffrey Beevers, Barry Letts, Christopher H Bidmead and Peter Davison, these stories feature the Third, Fourth and Fifth Doctors.
Each purchase is accompanied by a PDF booklet featuring full cast and credits, chapter-by-chapter navigation, and sleeve notes for each book by David J. Howe.
Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon by Malcolm Hulke is read by Geoffrey Beevers. Novelisation © Malcolm Hulke 1974.
Doctor Who and the Daemons is written and read by Barry Letts. Novelisation © Barry Letts & Guy Leopold 1974.
Doctor Who and the Sea-Devils by Malcolm Hulke is read by Geoffrey Beevers. Novelisation © Malcolm Hulke 1974.
Doctor Who: Logopolis is written and read by Christopher H Bidmead. Novelisation © Christopher H Bidmead 1982.
Doctor Who: Castrovalva by Christopher H Bidmead is read by Peter Davison. Novelisation © Christopher H Bidmead 1983.
Sound design by Simon Power.
TARDIS sound effect by Brian Hodgson.
Executive producer: Michael Stevens.
Cover illustration by Jeff Cummins.
BBC logo © BBC 1996.
Doctor Who logo © BBC 2014.
A stereo recording.
MCPS.
Digital Edition Chapter Listing:
Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon
Files 001 - 021
Doctor Who and the Daemons
Files 022 - 036
Doctor Who and the Sea-Devils
Files 037 - 049
Doctor Who: Logopolis
Files 050 - 061
Doctor Who: Castrovalva
Files 062 - 073
©2018 BBC Worldwide Ltd (P)2018 BBC Worldwide Ltd
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"This range of classic Target audiobooks continues to go from strength to strength...." ( Doctor Who Magazine)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Dagmar on 06-02-18

wonderful collection

I really enjoyed these stories and felt they were narrated excellently. The current Doctor Who show really romanticizes the Master but this reminds you that he is, in fact, a villain. I highly recommend this book.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 05-03-18

Masterful

If you like Dr Who you'll love it if not then you'll still pretty much sure to like it.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Derrick on 04-22-18

Enjoyable nostalgia

I remember hearing Christopher Nolan, director of "Dunkirk", "Interstellar" and "Inception", talking about how your age can be tagged by "who is your James Bond, who is your Doctor Who?". I think he is right. My Doctor is a combination of Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker.

This is important, I think, as these stories are first and foremost a trip down memory lane, being surprised by how much of these stories flashes into one's mind. I therefore got most out of the three Jon Pertwee stories; all of which I watched first time round; less the Tom Baker story and still less the Peter Davison one.

Also, 5 stories in one bite was a bit much for me; I paused after each one and came back to them, refreshed, after something different.

So depending upon who your Doctor is, you may get more of less out of this collection, but as a light, frothy listen, they are great value.

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