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By Darren Jones Arthur Darvill | Comments: ( 183 ) | Date: ( Jul 18, 2019 )

The TARDIS touches down on Nadurniss, a planet under quarantine A joint Nadurni human mission has recently landed on the planet to survey it for possible re colonisation Two millennia have passed since the Nadurni Empire fell at the end of the Prokarian War, and Nadurniss seems to be a lifeless, barren world but a mysterious illness is infecting the Nadurni, and now thThe TARDIS touches down on Nadurniss, a planet under quarantine A joint Nadurni human mission has recently landed on the planet to survey it for possible re colonisation Two millennia have passed since the Nadurni Empire fell at the end of the Prokarian War, and Nadurniss seems to be a lifeless, barren world but a mysterious illness is infecting the Nadurni, and now the whole team is in danger.The nature of the infection becomes clear when the the sickest Nadurni dies and an amorphous creature emerges from its dried up body A shambling mound of bacteria, acting as one being a Prokarian it has been on the planet all along, sleeping in the dust.As the Prokarians attack, Amy is infected The Doctor can do nothing to help her until he realises that the cure could lie in the past He and Rory must travel back than 2000 years to try and save her life


  • Title: Doctor Who: Sleepers in the Dust
  • Author: Darren Jones Arthur Darvill
  • ISBN: 9781445891736
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Audiobook

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Comments Doctor Who: Sleepers in the Dust

  • Callie Rose Tyler

    2 1/2 StarsDecent. What really sets this story apart is that we get a first person narration from Rory the Roman.So if you're Team Rory, you will probably end up liking this a lot more than I did.Anyways, the story seemed somewhat lackluster to me. Something bad happens to Amy and the Doctor and Rory need to make it right. I usually enjoy interaction between the Doctor and Roryd while there were a few good lines it just felt a little flat. Rory's characterization was on point, mostly due to the [...]


  • Jessi

    I wasn't having any luck with audiobooks after loving Made You Up so I wanted a quick read and I thought Doctor Whore Arthur Darvill is the narrator, YASS!I really enjoyed a story coming from Rory's perspective. I've tried reading a DW book before and it was more of a third-person narration so it never did appeal to me or it wasn't the right time.I guess I miss seeing/hearing Arthur on my television more than I thought.Like why did his character Rip Hunter have to leave Legends of Tomorrow? Sche [...]


  • Jenette

    I really enjoyed this one, which surprised me. Generally my thoughts on the Doctor Who audiobooks are that while it was a nice read there wasn't anything special about it. This one, though, whether it was because it was Arthur Darvill reading a first person story from Rory's point of view, or just because it featured Rory so heavily, i really did enjoy it. The plot was pretty sound if you don't go looking too deeply at the science of it all and it had the same element of paradox that Moffat is s [...]


  • Grace

    This is an excellent Doctor Who story and Arthur Darvill is now my favorite Doctor Who narrator.


  • Ashley

    How can you not love a book Arthur Darvill narrates??


  • Melissa (Jen & Mel's Book Nook)

    Loved it!


  • osoi

    Я готовилась влепить второй книге Даррена Джонса единицу вслед за первым его опусом, но мне неожиданно понравилось. Такое ощущение, что первая книга была для затравки, а во второй автору дали развернуться по полной и показать все, что он умеет. А умеет он многое: от первокла [...]


  • Conny

    Doctor Who: Sleepers in the Dust is an audiobook written by Darren Jones, and narrated by Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams).The story is told from Rory Williams’ point of view. The 11th Doctor and the Ponds land on the planet Nadurniss, which is under quarantine. The planet had been deserted years ago, but a Nadurni-Human expedition recently returned – only to get infected with age-old bacteria that had been waiting in the dust.With Amy in danger, it’s up to her Boys, Rory and the Doctor, to [...]


  • April

    A really enjoyable one, this time told in the first person narrative by Rory and voiced by Arthur Darvill. There's some good Timey Whimey bits and we see the Nadurni again (who appeared in a previous audio story).The Doctor, Amy, and Rory touch down on a planet Nadurniss which is under quarantine. A re-colonization survey team landed mere hours ago on the seemingly lifeless, barren word but have already begun to take ill. When Amy falls to the infection, the Doctor and Rory must work to save her [...]


  • Nicholas Whyte

    nwhytevejournal/2032663ml[return][return]This is an audiobook narrated by Arthur Darvill in the first person as Rory Williams. It has a lot of good things going for it, including two differently interesting types of alien, a nicely constructed time paradox, and not least Darvill's usual excellent performance as Rory reflecting on his odd relationship with the Doctor. There is a major plot implausibility, though, rather early on where Rory leaves a desperately ill Amy on her own in order to go ga [...]


  • Julian

    Very basic and over used formula with no originality. I could probably find at least 10 stories (whether they are from TV, books or audio) with this exact story line, threat and eventual solution, just different characters. Rory (or should I say Arthur Darvill) did an expert job and was this book's only saving grace. I wish I could hear more from him but maybe this wont be possible now that the TV series is getting into new companions. This was a quick and forgettable read that only serves to pu [...]


  • Brianna Flores

    Honestly i felt like i turned on the TV and just finsihed watching an episode of Doctor Who and its been to dang long lol! I loved this audiobook! It was a nice quick story of the 11th Doctor with the Ponds. You ever get that feeling when you could just listen to a voice for hours on end? Well that was the case for me with Arthur Darvill. He was so good performing this story.


  • Lauren

    A sort-of sequel to Darren Jones's last Doctor Who audio, The Eye of the Jungle, and, in an unusual turn for this range, written in the first person (Rory's POV, since Arthur Darvill is the reader). Like The Eye of the Jungle, it's average overall, but well-read.


  • ValMJ

    I love the Doctor and Rory interactions. Arthur Darvill makes a great narrator. The story was good. A little more Amy would've been cool. Over all, I really enjoyed it. I just don't feel like writing much in the way of a review.


  • Lulu

    Love the Doctor and the Ponds. Read by Arthur Darvill!


  • Kimberly King

    Excellent narration by Arthur Darvill and a great story!


  • Laura

    I really enjoyed this Doctor Who audiobook, which was told from Rory's point of view. Arthur Darvill does a great job narrating.


  • Samantha Van Prooyen

    I really liked the first person narration and Arthur Darvill, of course :)


  • Katie-Jo Drew

    Pretty great :) I do love Rory <3


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