Doctor Who: Frayed

Doctor Who: Frayed

'I like to stare into the sun, eyes wide. It burns incredible colours into my head, great shifting continents of them that blot out all else. And I try to keep looking until I imagine all the pretty blue has boiled away from my eyes and they are left a bright, bloody red and quite sightless.' On a blasted world, the Doctor and Susan find themselves in the middle of a war they cannot understand. With Susan missing and the Doctor captured, who will save the people from the enemies from both outside and within?

Title:Doctor Who: Frayed
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781903889220
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    Doctor Who: Frayed Reviews

  • Lawrence

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  • Sarah

    Frayed is one of those books that's unpleasant enough I'm glad I got through it in just two short sittings; if I hadn't cleared the first 80% during session number one, I probably wouldn't have come b...

  • Craig

    "Frayed" follows a formula familiar with "Doctor Who". A group of humans, isolated and cut off, find themselves under siege from an alien race. The leader of the group is unable to cope with the situa...

  • Daniel

    This book was a bit underwhelming, to say the least. As one of the earliest published adventures in the Doctor's timeline, I was interested in reading it for purposes of continuity and completism. For...

  • Geoffrey

    This is the first (chronologically speaking) Doctor Who story, set on a planet where a war is raging between humans (at a research facility) and aliens referred to as "foxes". The Doctor and Susan fin...

  • R.A. Danger

    This is one of the oldest stories of the Doctor, the others being: The Longest Story in the World-(Short Trips and Side Steps) and The Exiles-(Short Trips: A Universe of Terrors). Which I’ll have t...

  • Ben Dutton

    Chronologically, Frayed is the earliest novel to feature The Doctor, the hero of the BBC Television series Doctor Who, and his grand-daughter Susan. Published under the name Tara Samms – a pseudonym...

  • David Layton

    Tara Samms is, as most by now know, really Stephen Cole. The novel is an interesting mix of Doctor Who and Philip K. Dick. The Doctor and Susan some time prior to "An Unearthly Child" but very soon af...

  • Don

    Did not care for this at all. For what might be the (chronologically) earliest Doctor Who story, I was hoping for something a little less pedestrian than yet another "base under siege" plot. There are...

  • Graeme Wyllie

    Who Chronology Read - #1One of the earliest entries in the Doctor's chronology and set prior to the start of the TV series. It's dark, bloody and a clear riff on the classic Who base under siege scena...