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  • Hardcover
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  • Doctor Who The Clockwise Man
  • Justin Richards
  • English
  • 15 March 2020
  • 9780563486282

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Free download Doctor Who The Clockwise Man review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Justin Richards Justin Richards Ñ 9 review TreetsWho is the Painted Lady and why is she so interested in the Doctor How can a cat return from the dead Can anyone be trusted to tell or even to know the truthWith the faceless killers closings. As a stand alone book poor As a companion to television Dr Who pretty good I mean you don t expect something like this to be a bestselling medal award winning novel do you So I think reviewers that say it s basically a waste of time though not in so many words are being a bit harsh because it was good at what it was supposed to do entertain people who are already fans of the show It was a moderately exciting mystery which keeps you guessing but not in an annoying way you know what I mean I ve read so many books that are so mysterious it begins to get irritating because you simply don t know enough about the characters setting and plot This book isn t like that It s pretty enjoyable and has a nice sharp plot although in my opinion the characters of the Doctor and Rose could have been portrayed better in some instances

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Free download Doctor Who The Clockwise Man review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Justin Richards Justin Richards Ñ 9 review In the Doctor and Rose must solve the mystery of the Clockwise Man before London itself is destroyed This is the first of a new series of hardcovers featuring the new Doctor Who from the new TV seri. When I first laid eyes on The Clockwise Man I was disappointed that the book got such a low rating I was pretty reluctant to open the book because I thought it would fall short of a good book but I was wrong I really liked this bookWhen the book started out I was trying too hard to force myself into picturing the characters as the Doctor and Rose It made the beginning less enjoyable for me than I would have hoped Eventually though I just stopped trying so hard to force an imagination and just let the story carry me away That was where the fun beganThe characters Rose and 9 sometimes did not seem like Rose and 9 I pictured them differently and even kept pointing out to myself how they did or said things they wouldn t usually say making them sort of strangers As the story continued I realized that Rose was actually a pretty cool character in the books I m not a very big Rose fan and I was happy to see her go in the TV show However in the books I found her witty and smart as well as brave making her the perfect companion Well done JustinThe plot at the beginning seemed boring and slow hence the 35 stars They took a lot of time going to unnecessary places or just poking around That being said there were parts of the beginning that I really did love such as the sass from characters etc As I entered into the second part of the story I LOVED it The plot was fast paced and really vivid in my mind I could picture the doctor and Rose clearly and they really did act like themselves I liked the suspense at the end I really loved the clockwork aspect A great character was Freddie a hero in the stars I really liked how the author mislead the reader into thinking certain characters were villains and then suddenly yanked the carpet from under your feet This story was well done but the first part needed improvement in a lot of areas To any future reader Don t force your mind to see the characters or plots let your mind do the work on its own

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Free download Doctor Who The Clockwise Man review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Justin Richards Justin Richards Ñ 9 review In 1920s London the Doctor and Rose find themselves caught up in the hunt for a mysterious murderer But not everything is what it seems Secrets lie behind locked doors and inhuman killers roam the s. This is a Ninth Doctor and Rose story It takes place between the episodes The Long Game and Father s DayThis book series is produced by the BBC It is not necessary for enjoying the tv series Its purpose is to share the adventures that happen off camera The Clockwise Man is a steam punk style adventure that takes place in 1924 London The Doctor and Rose arrive with intentions of going to the British Empire Exhibition However they find themselves tracking down a mysterious inhuman murderer meeting a woman who always hides her face behind masuerade type masks a cat that can return from the dead and discovering people who may not know the truth about their own identities Rose and the Doctor must tie all these stories and loose ends together before London is destroyedThis was my first Doctor Who novel and I thought the author really captured the Ninth Doctor Rose s personalities within the pages Also the novel makes many references to different tv story lines which made it believable within the Doctor Who canon I enjoyed most of this book however the ending dragged a little and I thought the author added too many random twists throughout the story Still I m looking forward to checking out other Doctor Who novelsOn a side note While reading this novel I came across a possible inspiration for this story at least it seems like it could be to me The Turk I never heard about the history of The Turk until yesterday however I found it to be Fantastic My epub file had many spelling errors and missing words which took away from my reading experience I would recommend getting the paperbackhardcover if you decide to read this novel Continuity 1 Clockwork men also appear with the Tenth Doctor in The Girl in the Fireplace and with the Twelfth Doctor in Deep Breath2 There is a mention of Rose dressing up while the Doctor only has a new shirt similar to The Unuiet Dead3 Rose has a conversation with one of the servants in the Imperial Club and the girl makes her think of Gwyneth who appeared in The Unuiet Dead4 In the club the Doctor looks at a painting of the French Revolution and says That s not right In the very first episode of Classic Doctor Who An Unearthly Child the Doctor s granddaughter Susan Foreman reads a book about the French Revolution and says exact the same words5 The Doctor mentions to Rose at the end of the Series 2 episode Tooth and Claw that ueen Victoria suffered from a condition called Haemophilia This is also mentioned in the book when The Doctor and Rose visit the British Empire Exhibition6 Melissa Heart says the Doctor and Rose keep turning up like a Bad Wolf Rose corrects her and says she means penny as in the phrase keeps coming back like a bad penny The phrase Bad Wolf was the arc word to Season 1 2005