8 edition of The Suns of Caresh found in the catalog.
November 11, 2003
by BBC Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||286|
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"The The Suns of Caresh book of Caresh" is evocative Pertwee, with gadgets, a sympathetically-drawn Jo Grant, and interesting TARDIS mythology. It's also, however, a victim of the six-part format that plagued stories like "Invasion of the Dinosaurs" and "The Time Monster", as the shifting focus knocks the original story clear off the table and brings in something /5(4).
"The Suns of Caresh" is a peculiar novel. It reads as though the writer has not decided exactly what his story will be. The story involves some dodgy Time Lords, a crack in time, a binary star system, stellar manipulation, a sci-fi fan who gets his dream girl (sort of), and some giant killer insects/5.
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The Doctor is sure he is dealing with a local and relatively straightforward temporal anomaly. Troy Game, a refugee from the planet Caresh, is not so certain.
She believes the impending destruction of her home world is somehow linked to the events on Earth, and she is pinning her hopes on the Doctor to avert the catastrophe.
The Suns of Caresh, a piecemeal book that the words 'dogs breakfast' would well describe. That this is a first novel, there can be no doubt, but are there any ideas left for Paul Saint to attempt a second one.
A Review by John Seavey 4/12/ The Suns of Caresh is a BBC Books original novel written by Paul Saint (a pseudonym) and based on The Suns of Caresh book long-running British science fiction television series Doctor features the Third Doctor and Jo.
SFX Magazine writer David Langford had suggested the identity of Paul Saint to be that of veteran Doctor Who author and fellow SFX writer Paul Cornell but this was denied.
Doctor Who: Suns of Caresh Paperback – 5 Aug by Paul Saint (Author) › Visit Amazon's Paul Saint Page. search results for this author. Paul Saint (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. Book 56 of 76 in the Doctor Who: Past Doctor Adventures Series. See all 2 5/5(1).
The Suns of Caresh. AUGUST “The Suns of Caresh” has the boldest and certainly the most captivating front cover of all the BBC Books’ Past Doctor Adventures published to date, and I am pleased to be able to say that newcomer Paul Saint’s extraordinary novel certainly warrants such distinguished binding.
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Barry Letts' "Who" credentials are pretty much assured in whatever odd dimensionally transcendent hall of fame exists for such things. Before John Nathan-Turner came on he was the longest serving producer and the one pretty much responsible for the Third Doctor's "UNIT Family" years, where the show had a fairly regular cozy supporting cast and lots of earthbound /5(2).
Engines of War was a novel written by George was the first literary work published under the license of the BBC to predominantly feature the War Doctor, and expanded on the violent history of conflict throughout the Last Great Time War, as well as the corruption of the Time also marked the debut of Cinder, the first companion unique to the war incarnation of Format: Hardcover book, pages.
Name: Lord Roche Format: Book. Time of Origin: Gallifrey, approximately the same era as The Doctor Appearances: "The Suns of Caresh" Doctors: Third Doctor Companions: Jo Grant History: Strictly speaking, Lord Roche is not The Doctor’s enemy; indeed, another Time Lord once compared Roche to The Doctor himself, as both of them have been known to seek to help.
Cornell does offer a few tidbits about comparisons to his "Doctor Who" book of the same name. * On "Family Of Blood," Suzie Liggat, Tracie Simpson, and Arwel Wyn Jones provide commentary. The three mainly discuss technical aspects such as the costume designs, locations that the crew shot at, character roles, etc.
The Suns of Caresh () Heritage () Fear of the Dark () Blue Box () Loving the Alien () The Colony of Lies () Wolfsbane () Deadly Reunion () Scream of the Shalka () Empire of Death () The Eleventh Tiger () Synthespians () The Algebra of Ice () The Indestructible Man () Match of the Day ( Past that, however, The Suns of Caresh is a very uneven book.
The first few chapters suffer from a bloat of characters. With so many being introduced its hard to keep track of them all as the narrative jumps around - which it does quite a lot. Book Reviews area of the Reviews section here at Doctor Who Online.
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