The Mystery of the Haunted Cottage PDF/EPUB ´ The

The Mystery of the Haunted Cottage PDF/EPUB ´ The When the TARDIS lands on a planet that looks identical to Earth, the Tenth Doctor and Martha are amazed to find it packed with fictional characters from her childhood But who has the power to create an entire world out of books and why The Doctor and Martha must solve the mystery before their story ends Eleven Doctors, eleven months, eleven stories a year long celebration of Doctor Who The most exciting names in children s fiction each create their own unique adventure about the time travelling Time Lord


10 thoughts on “The Mystery of the Haunted Cottage

  1. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    This is the tenth book in the 50th Anniversary event of eleven short stories featuring the eleven doctors along with eleven different companions Now, it s the turn of the Tenth Doctor and his companion is Martha Jones.The GoodEverything If you can t read all the eleven stories and you just can read one single short story of this event, this is the one If you like the Tenth Doctor and or Doctor Who franchise in gener


  2. F.R. F.R. says:

    In 1969 the classic Patrick Troughton story The Mind Robber s was broadcast For those of you who haven t pored over DVDs of old black white episodes, it sees The Doctor, Jamie and Zoe trapped in The Land of Fiction, where they meet Gulliver, Rapunzel, D Artagnan, Blackbeard and Cyrano D Bergerac It s a classic adventure, a welcome change from the many base under siege stories of the Troughton era And it clearly made a


  3. Brooklyn Tayla Brooklyn Tayla says:

    I ve read the 1st, 3rd, 6th and 10th now from this series so far, though this was a re read I enjoyed it every bit as much as the first Ten was written so canon, though Martha not so much But nonetheless, a fabulous short that made me laugh and smile throughout


  4. Callie *Fights Censorship* Callie *Fights Censorship* says:

    This was surprisingly enjoyable, considering I am not a huge Martha Jones fan I guess it is because I was so attached to Rose.I just always found Martha to be so desperate However, Martha was at her best in this story.Another thing going against this story is its length, I think it is difficult to write a good DW story in such a short space because you usually have to create and present entire new worlds and characters Howev


  5. Rachael Rachael says:

    I am a bookworm and Doctor Who fan so this was a good choice for me to read The Tenth Doctor and Martha visit a world where everyone they meet is a character from books that Martha has read In short, this seems like a book lover s dream But as always with the Doctor, it s not that simple This was a good, quick, humourous read and the characters of Martha and the Doctor were portrayed similarly to their televised counterparts I


  6. Kribu Kribu says:

    I m a little hesitant about the it was amazing description of a five star rating on Goodreads if I had to use words, I d go with I really liked it but I did enjoy this storythan any of the others in this set of Doctor Who anniversary short stories, so, well, relative to the others, five stars it is.I expected to like it, of course it s Derek Landy, who is, after all, my current absolute top favourite author, and I d read the phone


  7. Ashley Ashley says:

    After reading Well, that waswhat s the word I m looking for Bad Yes, that s it Everything felt forced The characters, the dialogue, the ploteverything And worse, it was boring And for the worst of these stories yet to be with Ten, that s just cruel, Universe What did I ever do to you.Before reading Seriously side eyeing this whole project now Been looking forward to seeing who would get Ten since December and it sthis guy I have no i


  8. Natalia Natalia says:

    Tell me, Doctor, what does every story require of its reader The willing suspension of disbelief Exactly You have no idea the power generated each time somebody is told a story When a conscious, sentient mind willingly ignores what is real, what is facr, and instead chooses to invest in people and places that never existed It is magnificent It amounts to nothing less than a rejection of reality And when reality is pushed away, no matte


  9. Debbie Debbie says:

    My son and I read this at bedtime over several days weeks It was very enjoyable for both of us Many laugh out loud moments and the tenth Doctor came back to life for us on the pages with his witty and often hilarious dialogue and actions Even Martha Jones my personal least favourite companion didn t ruin the fun story, and actually even made it a bit funnier because the Doctor here seemed to feel much the same about her as we do, often goo


  10. Helen Hnin Helen Hnin says:

    This is such a brilliant story I do love a good mystery.I don t tend to like short stories because most of them can t resolve themselves too quickly Short stories either leave me disappointed or wantingSo imagine my surprise when I realized that this book doesn t suck Also, Martha is such an underrated companion and her brilliance shines through in this novel view spoiler I almost died of laughter when Edward Cullen and Bella Swan appeared I


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