Mark Gatiss reads the brand-new novelisation of the Twelfth Doctor’s dramatic final adventure. Still reeling from his encounter with the Cybermen, the First Doctor stumbles through the bitter Antarctic wind, resisting the approaching regeneration with all his strength. But as he fights his way through the snowdrifts, he comes across the familiar shape of a blue police box and a mysterious figure who introduces himself as the Doctor....
Thrown together at their most vulnerable moments, the two Doctors must discover why the snowflakes are suspended in the sky, why a First World War Captain has been lifted from his time stream moments before his death and who the mysterious Glass Woman is who knows their true name. The Doctor is reunited with Bill, but is she all she seems? And can he hold out against the coming regeneration?
Novelisation copyright © Paul Cornell 2018
Original script copyright © Steven Moffat 2018
Cover illustration by Anthony Dry
BBC logo © BBC 1996
Doctor Who logo © BBC 2014
For BBC Worldwide:
Reading produced by Neil Gardner
Recorded at Ladbroke Audio Ltd
Sound design by David Darlington
Executive producer: Michael Stevens
TARDIS sound effect composed by Brian Hodgson
For BBC Books:
Editorial Director: Albert DePetrillo
Project Editor: Steve Cole
Cover design: Two Associates
Cover illustration: Anthony Dry
Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time first published by BBC Books in 2018
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This was absolutely brilliant! loved the story itself and the amazing performance by Mark Gatiss!
The scene of the battlefield on Christmas made me cry (as it always does).
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Big fan of doctor who. This was amazing. Never expect anything other then good content from the Doctor who
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- John Roever
Great Dr. Who novelization.
Great job of reading the novel. Complete with sound effects and different chartacter voices. The narator really nails Peter Capaldis voice inflections and tone. It also goes inton a little more detail, like most do, of the feeling of the Doctor and why he is really ready to "Doctor, I let you go".
Re: Christmas classic
This story possesses excellent narration and represents one of the best stories in the entire Doctor Who series. A true gem and treat for fans of the series and great storytelling in general.