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Doctor Who: Vanishing Point

Doctor Who Vanishing Point An Eighth Doctor Anji and Fitz novel The planet Khnemu is a closed system where space travel is prohibited by the white and black holes that distantly ring the galaxy Each person on the planet carri

  • Title: Doctor Who: Vanishing Point
  • Author: Stephen Cole
  • ISBN: 9780563538295
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • An Eighth Doctor, Anji and Fitz novel The planet Khnemu is a closed system, where space travel is prohibited by the white and black holes that distantly ring the galaxy Each person on the planet carries in their genes a hereditary Godswitch which enables God to monitor their every move.

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      Published :2018-06-02T06:25:33+00:00

    1 thought on “Doctor Who: Vanishing Point

    1. The core ideas of this novel would have made for a very thought provoking SF novel even without the Doctor Who element. However, Cole spins these ideas out into a distinctively Whovian adventure, packed with cliffhangers, wild improvisations and the Doctor as moral compass.

    2. The Doctor, Fitz and Anji land on a planet and immediately gets involved in saving a local woman from some thugs. This leads to learning that the planet is deeply religious and has a hatred of the unlike. The storyline is clever and has some unpredictable moments. Fitz again has something horrible happen to him. I do wonder what the writers have against the character. The Doctor is becoming more of himself, which is a welcome return after the amnesia run of novels. A good read.

    3. Good one! Very well paced plot, even if there were 7 or 8 too many cliffhangers. Literal cliffhangers. As in--people hanging from cliffs (and *plot twist!* falling off them occasionally). I loved all the local characters and the Doctor and Co. were well portrayed. The message about the disabled people and the 'souls' was fantastic and wonderfully thought-provoking. (Though perhaps it's a bit awkward that the disabled people literally didn't have 'souls'.) The bad guy was gross but not particular [...]

    4. nwhytevejournal/2145814ml[return][return]A pretty solid Eighth Doctor Adventure, with Doctor, Fitz and Anji pitching up on a planet where the powers that be are engaged in dark manipulations of genetics with a religious cover for their activities. Much more detailed and thoughtful than Cole's base-under-siege stories (which are generally pretty good anyway). Loses a couple of points for inconsistency of setting between blasted heath and robot city. Mercifully free of tedious Doctor amnesia.

    5. I hadn't read an Eighth Doctor novel before so I wasn't quite sure what to expect. What a great read, full of twists and turns and dangerous situations for the Doctor and his companions

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