Doctor Who: The Ancestor Cell

The Doctor s not the man he was But what has he become An old enemy Faction Paradox, a cult of time travelling voodoo terrorists is finally making him one of its own These rebels have a mission for him, one that will deliver him into the hands of his own people, who have decreed that he must die Except now, it seems, the Time Lords have a mission for him tooAThe Doctor s not the man he was But what has he become An old enemy Faction Paradox, a cult of time travelling voodoo terrorists is finally making him one of its own These rebels have a mission for him, one that will deliver him into the hands of his own people, who have decreed that he must die Except now, it seems, the Time Lords have a mission for him tooA gargantuan structure, hewn from solid bone, has appeared in the skies over Gallifrey Its origins and purpose are unknown, but its powers threaten to tear apart the web of time and the universe with it Only the doctor can get inside but soon he will learn that nothing is safe and nothing is sacred.Shot by both sides, confronted by past sins and future crimes, the Doctor finds himself a prisoner of his own actions.
Doctor Who The Ancestor Cell The Doctor s not the man he was But what has he become An old enemy Faction Paradox a cult of time travelling voodoo terrorists is finally making him one of its own These rebels have a mission for hi

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Ancestor Cell
  • Author: Peter Anghelides Stephen Cole
  • ISBN: 9780563538097
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    1. SPOILERS AHEAD______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ [...]

    2. I enjoyed this story very much - written in 2000, five years before the re-boot of the Television show, its an Eighth Doctor(Paul McGann)adventure, and very dark it is, too! If you haven't heard any of the Big Finish Audio adventures you might wonder who Fitz Kreiner is - briefly he is the longest-serving of the Eighth Doctor's companions and has appeared in many audio adventures and booksThe story (without going into spoiler mode) is quite convoluted and has a few twists and turns along the way [...]

    3. Finally clears up the whole Compassion story line and the Time War. This is a must read, but should be read after reading others in the series. It particularly references Interference. It is a page turner, and having Faction Paradox as the bad guys really works. It is difficult to review this without giving away major plot points. Just be careful if you have a fear of spiders. A really good read.

    4. Faction Paradox rides again! I'd been looking forward to more of them and to the wrapup of the arc about Compassion and Gallifrey's obsession with their upcoming war, but I didn't realize it was going to be in the same book. I liked a lot of this, though I found much of the explanation for what exactly Faction Paradox were doing headache-inducing and nonsensical. I suppose that's part of the point. Less fun for me though.Not exaaactly a zombie book, but, well, Faction's whole look with the bones [...]

    5. Not nearly as good as I was led to believe. Also, needs a massive TW for an important plot thread that's basically just continual rape threats against CompassionKES: Father Kreiner's arc. (view spoiler)[After all those years, he's still Fitz. I know a lot of people ship him and the Doctor; through that lens, Kreiner's death is really moving. (hide spoiler)]The Time War stuff is a mess, but if it was simple and understandable we'd never believe it was a Time War. The ideas were generally good, wi [...]

    6. This is the completion of a storylines that has been going on for a long long time.First is the Doctors subversion by the Paradox Faction, they killed him in the pastand now he isn't supposed exist, but he does this apparently allows them control overhim. The second is Compassion and Rommana and the Time Lords want her in the future war between them and the Enemy. The Third is Fitz himselfCompassion, The Doctor and Fitz have finally been cornered. They materialize in a strangeplace and then The [...]

    7. Oh, I had such a hard time deciding what rating to give this. On the one hand, the ideas behind it are really, really awesome (the Discontinuity Guide calls it a mess, but I disagree) and the last third or so just flew by. But. The first two thirds did seem to drag a bit as all the various players were introduced, and some of the writing felt horribly clunky to me, and oh my god, what the hell has happened to Romana? If she's had a lot of character development as President that I've missed, I ca [...]

    8. nwhytevejournal/2018088ml[return][return]This is the first of the books setting up the Faction Paradox timeline which I have enjoyed. The Doctor and Fitz return to Gallifrey in Compassion-as-Tardis, and find themselves implicated in a power struggle between President Romana and one of her predecessors, resurrected by the Faction Paradox. It contains the seeds of numerous ideas which we have seen in later stories, particularly the Gallifrey audios (though they of course feature Romanas I and II, [...]

    9. Mind-boggling in the extreme. The writer does a good job of keeping a steady pace and making the Time Lords seem super brilliant. Going to take a moment to brag that I figured out the whole Grandfather Paradox thing back in Doctor Who: Unnatural History. That was a fun puzzle to solve. The imagery was fantastic, but be warned, it does get a bit graphic and gory. Scary spiders. Eeek. This one is very important continuity-wise, as it finishes up several story arcs. If you love the Doctor, you've g [...]

    10. There's a relentlessness to this novel that I find unsettling. Considering that Stephen Cole's Big Finish story "The Apocalypse Element" covers similiar ground with much more alacrity, I would recommend the audio adventure over this novel if you're looking for the ultimate invasion-of-Gallifrey story.

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