Doctor Who: Only Human: 50th Anniversary Edition

Doctor Who: Only Human: 50th Anniversary Edition

by Gareth Roberts

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Overview

Reports of a time disturbance lead the Ninth Doctor to modern-day London, where he discovers a Neanderthal Man, twenty-eight thousand years after his race became extinct. A trip back to the dawn of humanity only deepens the mystery: who are these strange humans from the far future now living in the distant past? The Doctor must learn the truth about the Osterberg experiment before history is changed forever.

An adventure featuring the Ninth Doctor as played by Christopher Eccleston and his companion Rose

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781448140251
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Publication date: 03/07/2013
Series: DOCTOR WHO , #174
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 523,715
File size: 315 KB

About the Author

Gareth Roberts was born in Chesham, Buckinghamshire in 1968. His scripts for Doctor Who on television include 'The Shakespeare Code' (2007), 'The Unicorn And The Wasp' (2008), 'The Lodger' (2010) and 'Closing Time' (2011), and he has also written many scripts for the spin-off series The Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as scripts for programmes as diverse as Emmerdale and Randall&Hopkirk (Deceased). He has written nine original Doctor Who novels, and lives in West London.

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Doctor Who: Only Human 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An excellent story, but I literally read the whole thing in less than three hours. I felt like I didn't get my money's worth, ya know? Especially since the kindle version is less than three dollars. Aside from that, it left me feeling exactly as if I had just watched a previously unseen episode with the ninth doctor, which is exactly what I wanted. But for ten bucks a piece, this is probably the only one of the 50th anniversary collection I will buy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The best part was Captain Jack's diary entries. It was hilarious,moving, and thrilling all at the same time. It captured the ninth doctor's, Rose's and Captain Jack's personalities perfectly, as well as the ninth doctor's and Rose's relationship.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the humor with Cap. Jack
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't hate on nine ok because he was a fantastic doctor and will always be my doctor #NeverSkipNine
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He is my favorite doctor! Besides the fifth
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He rules! My fav doctor. I love him!
chelonianmobile on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Ninth Doctor, Rose, and Captain Jack. A Neanderthal randomly shows up in modern-day Bromley (Google Maps says it's about half an hour from London, but I know little about it otherwise), so naturally the Doctor and Rose saddle Jack with looking after the poor guy while they go investigate how he was thrown forward through time. The book is interspersed with some journal entries from Jack and Das, the Neanderthal. Jack trying to adjust Das to modern times is pretty hilarious and occasionally a little sad.The Doctor and Rose, meanwhile, wind up investigating an experiment conducted back in Das' time by a bunch of people from the future. They mostly all have emotion patches, which is never good. And someone's doing genetic experiments that result in things that like to eat people. Also never good. There's a lot of running around, and I think at some point Rose is nearly forced to marry a Caveman. I liked the book, but I generally found Jack and Das' journal entries more entertaining than the main plot.
pauliharman on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A competent but unchallenging novel from one of the better Doctor Who authors of old. The characterisation of the regulars feels a little "off" so I'm not sure what gareth was working from - whether he'd seen performances or was just going from the character's bio.
Shijuro on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Enjoyable and interesting enough concepts, but I wanted more time with some of the characters (on both sides). Also, the Doctor's deus ex machina this time around felt extremely unlikely and contrived.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
9 was good too. But 10 was best. 1st wasn't that good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ask yourself this: What really defines a "whovian"? Why is one doctor better than another? He's just the doctor. You like him for every aspect of himself. Now stuff like comic books and otherwise is worth arguing over, but not THE DOCTOR. (Screw marvel, all hail DC comics)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love ten and eleven but nine will always be my fav
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVE DOCTOR WHO. THE FIRST SEASON IS AWSOME. THE NINETH DOCTOR IS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#exterminateAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHBZZZZT
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would kiss you if i knew who you were. I love number nine but i adore all modern day doctors(christopher eccelson david tennent and matt smith( mister dudeinthefez))
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#whovian
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I stared on the first page and well i thought that the first starting was just bad but i got farther and farther in and it was bad any who g2g ( :
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The guybone the cover ( christopher eccelson) is fugly, i would not ever like him, i did not seebany of the DW series when hebwas on but my doctor is 11
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Look at her bump
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nothing more to say. Worst book ever!!