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10 thoughts on “Doctor Who The Shining Man

  1. says:

    Actual rating is 45 starsThis book is based on the television show and this book features the Twelfth Doctor with Bill as his compani

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    When strange tall figures known as The Shining Men start appearing the local residents put it down to a Halloween hoaxBut soon people start to disappear Who are they and what are their motivesA great Twelfth Doctor and Bill story

  3. says:

    This book was freaking amazing It was dark and spooky and fanatical and had a brilliant supporting cast of characters and not only all this but 12 and Bill were written perfectly And this book also had fae and b

  4. says:

    I liked this book Some bits were a bit confusing and others were a bit predictable but all in all a very good Doctor Who tie in novel There were a couple spelling and grammar mistakes that could have been fixed but I think this novel finds itself at position #2 of 3 of the rankings of this trilogy of Doctor Who

  5. says:

    I enjoy reading the Doctor Who tie in books Many are of high uality but I think this is probably the best of the many I've read over the last twelve years The Shining Men are everywhere scaring children on street c

  6. says:

    THE SHINING MAN is the best of this trio of Nu Who spin offs novel; taking horror fantasy and fairy tale and spinning them together to a coher

  7. says:

    well what do you know I enjoyed this one too That makes two out of the most recent trio of Twelfth Doctor novels that I've read and

  8. says:

    So I finally managed to finish a Doctor Who book that didn't involve the War Doctor And I thoroughly enjoyed itI went into this book with low expectations I've only read and enjoyed one Doctor Who book prior to

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    Now this is far to my liking It's a story that takes what Russell Davies era Doctor Who did so well visit the modern every day world and turn it into a nightmare but turns up the atmosphere by a factor of 10 until every page is dripping with it It also re visits the subject matter found in the Torchwood episode Small Worlds and put

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    As the 12th Doctor transitions into history people will continue to remember him and write stories about him This time the story is set in contemporary England and involves a creature known as The Shining ManTapping into elements of social media internet fame and pseudo scientific enuiry The Shining Man finds a mother taken when she attempts to confront what she thinks is a prankster who scared her 8 year old son earlier in the d

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G Shining brightOf course it’s a hoax It has to be right It started as a joke a prank for Halloween Then it went viral Idiots dressing up as monsters Giving folk a scare Silly masks and fright wigs No one gets hurt Because bogeymen aren’t realUntil people start going missing and lights burn in the darkness I liked this book Some bits were a bit confusing and others were a bit predictable but all in all a very good Doctor Who tie in novel There were a couple spelling and grammar mistakes that could have been fixed but I think this novel finds itself at position 2 of 3 of the rankings of this trilogy of Doctor Who novels Both the Doctor and Bill were well characterised and for only having episodes 1 3 when writing these books the authors of all three have done extremely well with Bill even if Cavan Scott solved that issue by focussing so on the Doctor than on Bill but hey its called Doctor Who for a reason right the plot was fairly strange and what s new there for Doctor Who with Fairies though I do prefer Torchwood s version of fairies unless I missed something and they were the same ones But I don t think so and Boggarts in a world running along side ours and a tree that was cut downAll in all a good book The Numbers Game right It started as a joke a prank for Halloween Then it went viral Idiots dressing up as monsters Giving folk a scare Silly masks and fright wigs No one gets hurt Because bogeymen aren’t Tall man riding. realUntil people start going missing and lights burn in the darkness I liked this book Some bits were a bit confusing and others were a bit predictable but all in all a very good Doctor Who tie in novel There were a couple spelling and grammar mistakes that could have been fixed but I think this novel finds itself at position 2 of 3 of the The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory rankings of this trilogy of Doctor Who novels Both the Doctor and Bill were well characterised and for only having episodes 1 3 when writing these books the authors of all three have done extremely well with Bill even if Cavan Scott solved that issue by focussing so on the Doctor than on Bill but hey its called Doctor Who for a The Big Golden Book of Poetry reason NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW right the plot was fairly strange and what s new there for Doctor Who with Fairies though I do prefer Torchwood s version of fairies unless I missed something and they were the same ones But I don t think so and Boggarts in a world Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, running along side ours and a tree that was cut downAll in all a good book

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Doctor Who The Shining Man

Burning like eyesBut help is on its way in the form of a strange man called the Doctor and his friend Bill The Doctor will keep us safe The Doctor will stop the monsters Unless the monsters stop the Doctor first An original novel featuring the Twelfth Doctor and Bill as played by Peter Capaldi and Pearl Macki Now this is far to my liking It s a story that takes what Russell Davies era Doctor Who did so well visit the modern every day world and turn it into a nightmare but turns up the atmosphere by a factor of 10 until every page is dripping with it It also re visits the subject matter found in the Torchwood episode Small Worlds and put its own spin on the material to superb disturbing effect Add a solid depiction of the 12th Doctor Bill no small feat given how little the author had to work with and the end result is incredibly satisfying MT 86 : Protocole Montréal-Toulouse d'examen linguistique de l'aphasie (1CD audio) re visits the subject matter found in the Torchwood episode Small Worlds and put its own spin on the material to superb disturbing effect Add a solid depiction of the 12th Doctor Bill no small feat given how little the author had to work with and the end Thesaurus of the Senses result is incredibly satisfying

download Ì eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Cavan Scott

“Being scared is the least of your worries”The Shining Men are everywhere You spot them out of the corner of your eye Abnormally tall with long lank hair blank faces and blazing eyes If they catch you they’ll drag you away to who knows where No one is safe They’re on every street corner Waiting Watchin This book was freaking amazing It was dark and spooky and fanatical and had a brilliant supporting cast of characters and not only all this but 12 and Bill were written perfectly And this book also had fae and boggarts and a reference to Krusty the Clown from The Simpsons yes I kid you not I love how the author wasted no time in getting to the story it opens with a young mother dealing with her young son traumatized as he tells her about The Shining Man I was instantly intrugued and had all of the goosebumps I couldn t get enough there was instant word building as the author goes on to elaborate on The Shining Man but are they than just a mere urban legend made up to scare children Well you ll have to read this book to find out I loved learning about the whole concept of The Shining Man I was constantly kept guessing as to who or what they truly were because as I m sure my fellow Whovians would know in Doctor Who when it comes to monsters there s than often meets the eye and as things were revealed it was brilliant and slightly terrifying The author captured 12 and Bill perfectly I felt like both characters leapt off the page perfectly I could hear them reading the lines and performing the actions described in the book and I loved their interactions with the supporting characters some of which were the most memorable amongst the Doctor Who books I mean we have Sammy a mother of two young children Noah and Masie both of whom I was impressed with both character s growth what started out with sibling bickering developed into the two relying on one another for support and comfort after something devastating I loved 12 s interactions with Noah it was so precious And Bill was great with them too and she had some super cute interactions with Charlotte who I also loved in her nerdy vlogger ways and actually given the ending of this book a follow up one would be fabulous I actually feel like this book joins the rank of the best Doctor Who books that I ve read I mean I started it Thursday night and finished it Friday morning I felt like I was watching a Doctor Who episode in my mind as I was reading Flawless and I can t fault it it s definitley one I d read again I couldn t recommend this book enough for Whovians and anyone who wants a spooky but fanatical read Fairies elves and boggarts oh my