Barbara Clegg Marc Platt
Doctor Who: Point of Entry
September 21, 2019 Comments.. 232
Doctor Who: Point of Entry Barbara Clegg Marc Platt The 16th Century Playwright Kit Marlowe is attempting to write Doctor Faustus when a darkness descends on his life, in the cadaverous form of a Spaniard called Velez The monstrosity is in search of a stone blade that was brought from South AmericaAfter a near disastrous collision with an asteroid in space, the TARDIS makes an emergency landing in Elizabethan Englandhe 16th Century Playwright Kit Marlowe is attempting to write Doctor Faustus when a darkness descends on his life, in the cadaverous form of a Spaniard called Velez The monstrosity is in search of a stone blade that was brought from South AmericaAfter a near disastrous collision with an asteroid in space, the TARDIS makes an emergency landing in Elizabethan England.These two events are connected The Omnim are ready And the point of entry approaches. Doctor Who Point of Entry The th Century Playwright Kit Marlowe is attempting to write Doctor Faustus when a darkness descends on his life in the cadaverous form of a Spaniard called Velez The monstrosity is in search of a
  • Title: Doctor Who: Point of Entry
  • Author: Barbara Clegg Marc Platt
  • ISBN: 9781844354498
  • Page: 272
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  • Doctor Who: Point of Entry Barbara Clegg Marc Platt

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    1. Steven Shinder says:

      This was actually a very dark and compelling story Probably my favorite out of The Lost Stories so far It borders on fantasy and historical fiction concerning real life playwright Kit Marlowe I am not sure how I feel about The Doctor s comment on writers since it is sometimes accurate Writers are always moaning about something It helps their creative process.

    2. Sara Habein says:

      This one is great Kit Marlow Peri pretending to be the Queen Mystery and magic and all that good stuff Really enjoyed this one.

    3. Melenia says:

      DNF

    4. Wendy says:

      Another story that somehow manages to be less than the sum of its parts I ought to have loved this story, featuring as it does Elizabethan London, Christopher Marlowe, and some seriously creepy alien technology masquerading as Aztec magic Not to mention that Peri gets to take some initiative, and gets to impersonate Queen Elizabeth to comic effect And yet, the creepy bits weren t quite creepy enough, the funny bits weren t quite funny enough, and Marlowe s portrayal ended up on the wrong side of [...]

    5. Jon Arnold says:

      I m an absolute sucker for the pseudo historical stories where aliens are up to dastardly tricks in Earth history This release therefore made me very happy indeed, it s almost modern in the appearance of an historical celebrity Kit Marlowe As with most Doctor Who stories this depends on the quality of antagonist for its success and on that score it s very good indeed, a terrifically sinister villain who plays with local superstition and mystical imagery Clegg and Platt can t resist playing on Fa [...]

    6. Dione Basseri says:

      Once again, a Doctor Who story with a fantasy bentwhere, of course, the fantasy is just sufficiently advanced science The Doctor and Peri crash land in old England and meet the playwright Kit Marlowe, currently writing his masterpiece, Faust It appears his inspiration for a story of a man who sells his soul to the Devil has some major inspiration Kit himself The Doctor and Peri must face down sinister cult members to save the life of the writer before he is killed and leaves his great work unfi [...]

    7. Angela says:

      The Doctor and Peri land in Tudor London where Kit Marlowe is making a deal with something evil This is part of the Lost stories season, scripts from the 80s It is an incredibly dark story line with demons and someone decaying throughout the plot There s also some fun moments with Peri getting into her part with a funny accent that does lighten the mood A good listen.

    8. Steven says:

      Mediocre story Bits of mysticism but ultimately pointless.

    9. Anne Barwell says:

      I love the Dr Who stories which venture into history Interesting take on the inspiration for Kit Marlowe s Fautus which some nicely creepy moments, and a plot twist I didn t see coming.

    10. Christopher Buchanan says:

      Wonderful Story Dark and suspenseful with a good build up It had a decidedly Hinchcliffe feel to it, I thought Some of the dialogue was quite good and the cast did a wonderful job of it Loved it.

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