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Doctor Who: Tenth Doctor Novels Volume 3: 10th Doctor Novels

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September 2018
About the book: 
Freema Agyeman, Nicholas Briggs and Debbie Chazen are the readers of these eight original stories featuring the Tenth Doctor and Martha, as played on TV by David Tennant and Freema Agyeman
Join the Doctor and Martha on these journeys in Time and Space. The first five stories detail Martha’s journey around the Earth during the Master’s reign, and the stories she tells of her adventures with the Doctor. The last three novels tell of the Doctor’s own adventures as he partners with the Judoon on the trail of a notorious criminal, encounters Slitheen in Ancient Greece, and joins a party of Dalek bounty hunters in an era before the Time War.
The Story of Martha by Dan Abnett. Read by Freema Agyeman
The Weeping by David Roden. Read by Freema Agyeman
The Frozen Wastes by Robert Shearman. Read by Freema Agyeman
Breathing Space by Steve Lockley & Paul Lewis. Read by Freema Agyeman
Star-Crossed by Simon Jowett. Read by Freema Agyeman
Judgement of the Judoon by Colin Brake. Read by Nicholas Briggs
The Slitheen Excursion by Simon Guerrier. Read by Debbie Chazen
Prisoner of the Daleks by Trevor Baxendale. Read by Nicholas Briggs
Based on the hit BBC TV series. Duration: 23 hours 25 mins.
(P) BBC Studios 2018
(c) BBC Studios 2018
Text (c) Dan Abnett 2008, David Roden 2008, Robert Shearman 2008, Steve Lockley & Paul Lewis 2008, Simon Jowett 2008, Colin Brake 2009, Simon Guerrier 2009, Trevor Baxendale 2009
Doctor Who theme music composed by Ron Grainer and arranged by Murray Gold
TARDIS sound effect composed by Brian Hodgson
Digital Edition Chapter Listing
The Story of Martha
Files 1-2
The Weeping
File 3
Breathing Space
File 4
The Frozen Wastes
File 5
File 6
Judgement of the Judoon
Files 7-27
The Slitheen Excursion
Files 28-52
Prisoner of the Daleks
Files 53-77
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