Doctor Who: The Empty House (2020)

Doctor Who The Empty House Thrown off course by a howling storm the TARDIS lands in a bleak desolate stretch of countryside The Doctor deduces that it has arrived in Hampshire in the s and sniffing the air he smells a di
  • Title: Doctor Who: The Empty House
  • Author: Simon Guerrier Raquel Cassidy
  • ISBN: 9781408468821
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Thrown off course by a howling storm, the TARDIS lands in a bleak, desolate stretch of countryside The Doctor deduces that it has arrived in Hampshire in the 192s and, sniffing the air, he smells a distinct odour of sulphur indicating that a spaceship has crashed in the area While Rory goes to fetch an umbrella, Amy and the Doctor brave the rain to find the stricken crThrown off course by a howling storm, the TARDIS lands in a bleak, desolate stretch of countryside The Doctor deduces that it has arrived in Hampshire in the 192s and, sniffing the air, he smells a distinct odour of sulphur indicating that a spaceship has crashed in the area While Rory goes to fetch an umbrella, Amy and the Doctor brave the rain to find the stricken craft It is huge, shiny, silvery blue and completely empty A set of footprints leads to a cosy looking, old fashioned cottage but the house, too, is deserted However, the Doctor and Amy can distinctly hear people talking and one of the voices sounds like Rory s How could he be in the cottage when he was last seen heading back to the TARDIS Where are the residents of the empty house And what has happened to the inhabitants of the spaceship Raquel Cassidy reads this exclusive audio adventure featuring the Eleventh Doctor, Amy and Rory.
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    One Reply to “Doctor Who: The Empty House”

    1. This story was just okay I didn t find it to be very engaging or exciting Although it is a Rory and Amy adventure, Rory is absent for most of the story The tone is meant to be somewhat like that of a ghost story The plot, although it came first, felt very reminiscent of the episode Hide from season 7 New Series.I personally didn t much care for that episode so perhaps it make sense that I did not enjoy this audio special.Aside from plot, the story is very rushed, and the aliens feel very under d [...]

    2. I should probably have chosen to listen to this during Halloween, since it s a great ghost story Spooky, atmospheric and well structured, this achieves its rather modest aims very well.As this was designed as an audio book, I have to give credit for the presentation Raquel Cassidy was a superb choice as narrator for this, capturing the tone and inflections of the three regulars perfectly Her ability to drop and raise her voice, and change tone and pitch to suit the action is remarkable yes, as a [...]

    3. A fun, quick listen I was looking for something to hold me over until I got the audiobook for Cress, and thought I d try out a Doctor Who audiobook It was almost like watching one of the episodes The writer did a really good job of portraying the characters, and the reader did a good job in their voices The 11th Doctor is my favorite, and Amy and Rory, so this was quite enjoyable 3

    4. This passed the time but wasn t really a great or very interesting story It was mostly a lot of they ve become separated, yell for the other one and figure out a minor mystery The Doctor, Amy, and Rory get knocked out of time into 1920s rural England Amy and the Doctor follow alien footprints to a small house which appears to be Empty Rory does the same But they can t find each other It s a bit like The Girl Who Waited episode but not nearly as compelling There was a moment when I did get drawn [...]

    5. Quite a nice tight little tale Rather splendid alien forms glistening mushroom heads no less The only thing that didn t seem to work and maybe it was a moments inattention on my part was the part played by the resident couple in the house which seemed almost devoid of both plot and characterisation I enjoyed Raquel Cassidy s reading it is curious how having been a part of the TV series, even for an episode, does seem to make for a much better reader.

    6. nwhytevejournal 2014708ml return return basically a ghost story with a Whovian sfnal twist it s rare for me to feel this about a single CD story lasting little than an hour, but I felt it actually could have been shorter Still, it would be suitable Halloween fare for Who fans of all ages.

    7. I enjoyed the narrator quite a bit She had a splendid voice and kept the right tone and cadence throughout I d love to find a full novel she narrates The story itself was definitely a throw away Doctor Who.

    8. this was fun enough, though not exactly mind blowing It did remind me how much I love 11 and the Ponds I ve been rather spoiled with the narrators I ve listened to on DW audio books so far, and Raquel Cassidy was not my favourite, but she did an okay enough job.

    9. This was another mediocre one Once again my dislike of Raquel Cassidy is making it extremely difficult to like anything about the audiobook she narrates This was quite short and lacked any real involvement by Rory or aliens Bit disappointing but it was something to listen to on my walk.

    10. A great, amusing short story With a little over an hour, it was funny, suspenseful, and satisfying I had fun with it, and will definitely listen to it again.

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