• Title: Doctor How and the Rings of Uranus
  • Author: Mark Speed
  • ISBN: 9780957320468
  • Page: 223
  • Format: ebook
  • Doctor How and the Rings of Uranus A Doctor How short story The famous red ring of Uranus is missing It has to be in place for astronomer William Herschel to discover it or humanity s timeline will be corrupted All the Doctor and Kevi
    A Doctor How short story The famous red ring of Uranus is missing It has to be in place for astronomer William Herschel to discover it, or humanity s timeline will be corrupted All the Doctor and Kevin have to do is travel back to 1789 to blow up a disused helium 3 mining ship which was accidentally left orbiting Uranus What could be fun than a simple demolition jA Doctor How short story The famous red ring of Uranus is missing It has to be in place for astronomer William Herschel to discover it, or humanity s timeline will be corrupted All the Doctor and Kevin have to do is travel back to 1789 to blow up a disused helium 3 mining ship which was accidentally left orbiting Uranus What could be fun than a simple demolition job However, they weren t counting on an awkward computer, or alien super predator Trinity being so dopey after a night out on the prowl feasting on fresh flesh An easy afternoon turns into a deadly race against time.Doctor How is a new five volume series Book one Doctor How and the Illegal Aliens is due out on March 13th, 2014.

    One Reply to “Doctor How and the Rings of Uranus”

    1. This free book, which I got following a link in book 1 of the Doctor How series, was a great little read - short, snappy, and a fun adventure for the Doctor, Kevin and Trinity. It was a little confusing in that, at the end of book 1 the Doctor had lost his Spectrel and yet they were in it in this book, but if you put that aside and just enjoy the book for what it is, it was really enjoyable. Highly recommended for all Doctor How lovers, and I can't wait for the rest of the series!NB I received a [...]

    2. Picked this up after reading the first of the novels. I'm really glad I did. This is much more like it. A lot of my worries about the book disapeared in the short sotry. It's more to the point, it's got some lovely little set pieces, especially with the computer, and it works really well. I wish I'd read this first

    3. This book is a terrific read. The author comes across as a devoted Dr Who fan who has created a fun-packed parody which is really enjoyable. I loved the ‘ticking time bomb’ element later in the story which got my heart racing a bit! Eleven of the passages were so funny that I highlighted them so I could revisit them later for a chuckle.Highly recommended.

    4. Story is filled with scientific content combined with excitement, tension and humour. Throughout enjoyable, but the best part of the story comes closer to the end, where more action is happening and tension is built up.Will Doctor How and his allies complete the mission on time?

    5. This story was great fun. There was quite a bit of tension wondering about the timing of things. I enjoy the Doctor and Kevin's conversations. The Doctor's unique pet plays a big part in this story! Mark's wit and humor is a delight to read.

    6. Evidently can't get enough of Doctor Who not Doctor Who/Doctor How and his twin Who, and cousins What, When, Where, and Why. Doctor How and the Illegal Aliens: The Doctor Who is not a Time Lord 1 - Doctor How and the Deadly Anemones: (Doctor How book two) 2 - Doctor How and the Alien Invasion 3 - Doctor How and the Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy (Doctor How, #0.1) Doctor How and the Rings of Uranus (Doctor How, #0.2) {.2 subscriber only, unsure about .1 but probably also and is part at least o [...]

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