Holly Black: Lights Out Doctor Who 50th Anniversary E Shorts #12



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Holly Black was sked to write this story of the Twelfth Doctor before Series Eight had started nd had to rely upon scripts with some parts redacted She chose to set this story in between Episodes One nd Two of Season Eight nd explains where the Doctor went for the coffee he presented to Clara Far in the future coffee is roasted t the Intergalactic Coffee Roasting Station ICRS pronounced ICARUS While there the Doctor turns detective when Dunkirk: Fight to the Last Man a series of murders occurThis story did remind me of Charlie Higson s The Beast of Babylonnd Holly herself said she had been inspired by that story Again no spoilers but this relates to the nature of the temporary companion The story is The Light in Our Houses also dotted withlien species that have ppeared throughout the classic nd recent series At least those who would enjoy coffee Finding out in retrospect that Holly Black had written this story without seeing Peter Capaldi in the role did explain lot s I did not feel that she portrayed the Twelfth Doctor well On top of this I felt the story itself was rather lack lustre So while it was nice to have the collection rounded out this was disappointing My only real complain. This paperback is pa.

T How to Get People to Do Stuff: The Psychology of Persuasion about this short story is that it was well short DI enjoyed Lights Out lot it s really nice little self contained story which fits right into the three missing weeks between Deep Breath nd Into the Dalek in Series 8 In other words this is the story that shows us what happened fter Clara sent the Doctor off to get coffee in Glasgow in the end of Deep Breath nd why nd how the Doctor got so distracted he only turned up with the coffee three weeks later in London in the beginning of Into the DalekAnyway Yes This is story of the Doctor going to buy Clara her coffee third best coffee in the universe on some little space station famous for its coffee because well it s Clara Highland Hucow: Milking Marie and let s be honest Twelve would do pretty muchnything for Clara but obviously he Call the Fire Brigade: Fighting London's Fires as usuallso has n ulterior reason for choosing to visit that particular space station A murder mystery gets solved the Doctor gets to be the Doctor nd that s pretty much itI often have problems with the pacing in short stories but with this one I felt that was pretty much spot on the introduction wasn t overly long nd the resolution wasn t crammed into very short rushed bit in the Rt of this boxset is.

Nd Also even though it would Edward Keating appear this is the Doctor nearly immediatelyfter his regeneration he Berlin på 8 kapitel actually camecross uite properly like the Twelfth Doctor we ve come to know during S8 on the TV show especially when the story briefly touched on issues of fear Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times, and Corruption of Atlantic City and morality not just generic Doctor with fierce grey eyebrows Shelley And Nonviolence and billowing coat I received this story from Netgalley for n honest reviewBlack just didn t get twelve s feel right I think could do ten or eleven better they re manic Cross (Jack Taylor, and she does manic well The mystery wasn t muchnd just not odd or creepy enough for it to mesh with the overall emotions of season eight I just expect from Black nd have high exp Enjoyable short story This is n dditional short story to be part of the short stories written to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who where there were eleven stories then but now it s published Stripped to the Bone another one to include in the event to the current doctor the Twelfth WHO The DoctorThe Twelfth DoctorCompanion78351ka Fifty One WHERE WHEN ICRS station deep space somewhere in the far future WHAT This is very likely Trials: On Death Row in Pakistan a short story between Episode 1 Deep Breathnd Episo. Not sold separately.

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Holly Black is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of over thirty fantasy novels for kids and teens She has been a finalist for an Eisner Award and the Lodestar Award and the recipient of the Mythopoeic Award a Nebula and a Newbery Honor Her books have been translated into 32 languages worldwide and adapted for film She currently lives in New England with her husband and son in a house