Doctor Who: Wetworld

Doctor Who: Wetworld

Mark Michalowski / May 27, 2019

Doctor Who Wetworld When the TARDIS makes a disastrous landing in the swamps of the planet Sunday the Doctor has no choice but to abandon Martha and try to find help But the tranquillity of Sunday s swamps is deceptive

  • Title: Doctor Who: Wetworld
  • Author: Mark Michalowski
  • ISBN: 9781846072710
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When the TARDIS makes a disastrous landing in the swamps of the planet Sunday, the Doctor has no choice but to abandon Martha and try to find help But the tranquillity of Sunday s swamps is deceptive, and even the TARDIS can t protect Martha forever.The human pioneers of Sunday have their own dangers to face homeless and alone, they re only just starting to realise thatWhen the TARDIS makes a disastrous landing in the swamps of the planet Sunday, the Doctor has no choice but to abandon Martha and try to find help But the tranquillity of Sunday s swamps is deceptive, and even the TARDIS can t protect Martha forever.The human pioneers of Sunday have their own dangers to face homeless and alone, they re only just starting to realise that Sunday s wildlife isn t as harmless as it first seems Why are the native otters behaving so strangely, and what is the creature in the swamps that is so interested in the humans, and the new arrivals The Doctor and Martha must fight to ensure that human intelligence doesn t become the greatest danger of all.Featuring the Tenth Doctor and Martha as played by David Tennant and Freema Agyeman in the hit Doctor Who series from BBC Television.

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        Mark Michalowski born 1963 in Chesterfield is the editor of Shout , Yorkshire s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender paper , as well as being an author best known for his work writing spin offs based on the BBC Television series Doctor Who He currently lives and works in Leeds.


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    1. Well my Doctor Who reading binge continues! I kept passing this up because I was judging a book by it's cover. Every time I looked at the water-logged TARDIS, I just couldn't get excited. Plus I felt the back blurb was perhaps a BIT too generic. It made it sound like Martha would be trapped in the TARDIS the whole time, which I didn't find very exciting little did I know! Covers? Books? Judging? Shouldn't. First of all, the characterization. I have to say I thought the Mark Michalowski got it ri [...]


    2. Source: I own this book. Cost: Unknown Title:Wetworld Series:Doctor Who New Adventures #18 Author:Mark Michalowski Overall Rating:3 starsWhen the TARDIS lands in the middle of a swamp on the planet Sunday, the Doctor is forced to abandon Martha while he figures out what to do. But the scenic area isn't all that it seems. But with Doctor Who is anything ever as it seems? This one was a great addition in the series, it wasn't a favourite but it was good. The plot was great and it had so much poten [...]


    3. Oh Doctor Who novels. You're so fluffy and addictive. I am going to finish the Tenth Doctor adventures, and then I'm going to stop. Do you hear me, internets? I'M GOING TO STOP. Please intervene if you catch me moving on to Eleven.





    4. I've got nostalgic for some good old Doctor Who, so here I am.A good story, nothing out of the ordinary, but still exactly what would expect of one more episode. Creepy swamp, slimy monsters, talking otters and a nuclear bomb. Fun!Also, first time listening to Freema Agyeman narration - very good indeed.Nice way to spend Friday evening.



    5. Man, Freema Agyeman's audioreads are a treat. Her Doctor is spot-on, and she does a fantastic job of bringing the story alive. Really enjoyed this one.


    6. 3.5 starsInitial Thoughts Upon FinishingWell, that definitely crosses otters off the list of potential pets, *shudders*. This was really quite a fun read and I thoroughly enjoyed the hilarity of the Doctor's character. Martha was also fantastic in this one. A perfect Doctor Who-y story!WetworldI really did enjoy this book. It was just the right amount of adventure and weird all rolled up into one to be a good Doctor Who story. If you’re a fan of the TV series then you’ll absolutely, definite [...]


    7. The Doctor and Martha arrive by accident (unexplained) on the colony planet Sunday. The land is mostly marshy swamp. The colony is failing because a meteorite landed in the nearby ocean, causing a massive tidal wave. Of course, the meteorite contained more than just rock, and now the Doctor and Martha must put a stop to the alien menace threatening the colonists.There are shades of Frontios in this story: a distressed colony under siege, an incompetent leader, factions among the colonists. The t [...]


    8. J'ai aimé l'intro de ce livre. Mais son principal souci est qu'on a un peu l'impression qu'elle dure jusqu'à la page 170. Sur 240, ça fait quand même une longue intro.Mais bon, après Sick Building, c'est rafraîchissant tout plein de lire un NSA sympa. Le thème de l'écologie semble être terriblement à la mode depuis quelques tomes, à croire que Justin Richards le considère comme Le Message A Faire Passer A La Jeunesse et l'impose à tous ses auteurs, mais comme il est juste évoqué e [...]


    9. I really enjoyed this Doctor Who book. I was surprised at the beginning when Martha rushed off to get changed for her breakfast meal at ‘Tiffany’s’ before checking that a) the Doctor meant the same place as she did and b) that the actually ended up there knowing what usually happens. It makes you wonder whether the companions and the Doctor do occasionally have nice trips where they end up where they are supposed to go and do what they planned to do.I liked the otters, especially when they [...]


    10. I listened to the audiobook version of this story.This is the first one that I listened to, and was ready by Martha, that is, Freema Agyeman. I thought her reading style and her voice were very good. She did the parts of the Doctor well, and in character.The story takes place on an alien planet. It's ironically called "Sunday". The Doctor once said that on Sunday nothing happens, but here many things did. The story wasn't all that fabulous to me. While it was interesting, and not boring at all, [...]


    11. I listened to the audiobook version of this story. This is the first one that I listened to, and was ready by Martha, that is, Freema Agyeman. I thought her reading style and her voice were very good. She did the parts of the Doctor well, and in character.The story takes place on an alien planet. It's ironically called "Sunday". The Doctor once said that on Sunday nothing happens, but here many things did. The story wasn't all that fabulous to me. While it was interesting, and not boring at all, [...]


    12. A great read that has stolen my morning away - 3.5*I really enjoyed the planet Sunday, the otters (just you wait) and the human inhabitants; they really made this books very enjoyable. This book willingly stole my morning away as I was transported away ready to fight more aliens, monsters and very human crimes. That's what I like about Doctor Who, although it transports you to different worlds with aliens, it still shows us the best and worst parts of being a human. I aim to finish reading all 5 [...]


    13. The Doctor fights alien Zombie otters. As Stan Lee would say, "'Nuff said."The TARDIS lands on an alien world where colonist have gone and rebuilt after a flood. A zoologist is studying alien otters but the otters begin to kidnap humans including Martha who is pulled from the TARDIS. While not exactly the same, the story reminded me of the Tenth Doctor and Rose novel, Doctor Who: The Feast of the Drowned though Feast of the Drowned was a better story in every way with a more menacing villain and [...]


    14. A bunch of humans on an alien planet at the beginning of space colonization. It's not an original setting but the story was well told. It was a good page-turner. The alien baddy was creepy and I really enjoyed seeing the Doctor get annoyed about the 'Otters.' Naming alien fauna with re-used earth animal names is one my personal pet peeves. It's always been a real problem in the Whoniverse (Cheetah-People, Tigers, Unicorns, Spiders, and don't even get me started on the Poodles). The Otters were c [...]


    15. Review written: 21st December, 2015Wetworld by Mark MichalowskiWhy I read it: More Doctor Who.Rating: 3/5What I thought: I don’t actually remember anything about this book. This is a shame, because looking back it did all sort of come nicely together at the end. And even though some of the things going on with the villain of the piece were a tad vague, for the most part it worked out all right, with what I like to think was genuine suspense and intrigue thrown in here and there. So ultimately [...]


    16. This was more of a 2.5, but it's hard to give less than a 3 to anything Doctor Who. The reason for the lower rating is that I don't feel the author completely captured Martha. She came off as a bit too b*tchy for my tastes, and while Martha is smart and gives the Doctor what for, she's a nice character.I also would have liked to see Ty Benson developed more, because she seemed to be an important character, yet we didn't get to know her that well. It wouldn't be nice to see her and Martha try to [...]


    17. I liked Martha in this book, but I disliked the Doctor with vengeance. Even on the show, 10 seemed sometimes too know-it-all and downright cruel, so I guess this book was in-character. The Doctor behaved like one of those privileged rich people who have an electric car and buy the best bio products and whatnot while blaming those who barely scrape enough together to buy basic groceries for not being more eco-friendly. Yeah, it's really nice and all to be able to waltz in, say "You're doing it wr [...]


    18. nwhytevejournal/1454215mlA fairly standard Ten / Martha adventure set in a near-future world where a small human colony is dealing with unseen monsters and cute little otter-like creatures. Interesting because Martha is knocked out for a chunk of the narrative, allowing the companion role to be distributed among several other characters. It's getting increasingly odd to read books with David Tennant's manic cheeky chappie at the same time as watching Matt Smith's alien young fogey (must try not [...]


    19. New Series Adventure (NSA) with the tenth Doctor and Martha. The plot is interesting and rolls right along. This is firmly a 'Doctor Who' story, not just a generic sci-fi, horror, or mystery premise with the Doctor added in. The author clearly has a long-time acquaintance with Doctor Who and seasons the book with little things that add depth for old fans without making new ones wonder if they're missing something. Unfortunately the author's weakness is characterisation: The Doctor and Martha don [...]


    20. Much better than the other Ten & Martha adventure I read, mainly because this author actually wrote *Martha*, instead of Rose's personality with Martha's name. It also doesn't hurt that Mark Michalowski is obviously very familiar with the series, both old and new school--there were several very nice nods to the original series, including one in particular that made me laugh out loud--waterlogged psychic paper tells the Doctor's new friends that he is "Madame Romana, fortune-teller to the sta [...]


    21. This one is the best of the Martha books I've read so far along with Sting of the Zygons. Martha sounds like herself not some cut/paste/replace Rose. I liked the setting, colony world. I liked the secondary characters that weren't paper dolls this time. The writer succeeded in making care about Candy, Ty and Orlo and you can forget the cute factor in a good Doctor Who story. This time the real heroes of the story are the otters. Really. Smart, clever and sooo cute. So kudos to this one. Hope the [...]


    22. Solid plot, really. Not one of the best, but certainly not the worst. It was justaverage. Not a lot of Doctor/Martha interactions, and Martha didn't have as much of a take charge attitude as I'd like to see. Plus it began with him screwing up when trying to take her to breakfast at Tiffany's, and while she apparently wore dress and heels for at least some of the story, it never got revisited at the end. And that's annoying. *g*


    23. Anyone who knows me knows I'm a Who freak. Being in the US makes the books hard to come by, though. This was one of the few books I could get through B&N or without a three-week wait for delivery! It was a very enjoyable read - clever storyline with interesting original characters. If you're a fan of the series, this book is worth a read. It'll stay on my shelf for the next time I want a light and quick read.


    24. Angry otters and a girl named Candy Cane, that’s what this story boils down to. This story wasn’t bad but it wasn’t that good either. Kind of simple and a little too ridiculous, with a sometimes boring plot. Not DW at its best even the Doctor didn’t seem to be at peak performance in this one. I few fun bits with the psychic paper. Overall this story was a perfect representation of Martha Jones, nice but nothing memorable.


    25. I will admit at least two of those four stars are because it's the tenth doctor and he's one of my favorites (though the eleventh is pretty awesome in his own way.)However, this is a very Doctor Who story, with a very Doctor Who point of view. And otters. Otters are awesome.Seriously though, the story flows well and despite the fact that you can sort of see through it about a third of the way in, it's still fun.Did I mention I love The Doctor?


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