Mark Morris Doctor Who: Ghosts of India

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India in 1947 is a country in the grip of chaos - a country torn apart by internal strife. When the Doctor and Donna arrive in Calcutta, they are instantly swept up in violent events. Barely escaping with their lives, they discover that the city is rife with tales of 'half-made men', who roam the streets at night and steal people away.
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    Doctor Who: Ghosts of India
    Valkyrie Kane

    Valkyrie Kane

    10. January 2011 um 14:55

    The very first Ten/ Donna book I’ve read (READ, mind you; I’ve listened to “Pest Control” before) and I loved it! Mark Morris captures the voices and characters of The Doctor and Donna perfectly and adds quite a few other nicely written characters to the mix. (Some very lovable ones, some certainly not so much.) And Gandhi’s in it! Yes, THE Gandhi. One and the same. :) I think, I’ve always loved "Doctor Who" stories, which take place in some time period of Earth (preferably the past) most, and this one is no exception. Plus, I’ve always had an interest in Gandhi and Mark Morris draws quite an amazing picture of an amazing man. I also like the descriptions of India (however few of them there are) and the atmosphere he creates. You’re actually immediately drawn into the adventure. Admittedly, the book has a few (but really only a few) lengths and it might not be the most thrilling read ever, but I was definitely thrilled enough to read the whole book in one go, so there you are.

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