Doctor Who: The Face of the Enemy

Doctor Who The Face of the Enemy The Doctor and Jo have gone off in the TARDIS leaving the Brigadier and UNIT facing a deadly mystery and a moral dilemmaRobbery and murder are on the increase in Britain as disputes between underworl

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Face of the Enemy
  • Author: David A. McIntee
  • ISBN: 9780563405801
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Doctor and Jo have gone off in the TARDIS, leaving the Brigadier and UNIT facing a deadly mystery and a moral dilemmaRobbery and murder are on the increase in Britain as disputes between underworld gangs escalate into open warfare on the streets The Master seems inextricably linked to the chaos despite the fact he is safely under lock and key.Meanwhile UNIT isThe Doctor and Jo have gone off in the TARDIS, leaving the Brigadier and UNIT facing a deadly mystery and a moral dilemmaRobbery and murder are on the increase in Britain as disputes between underworld gangs escalate into open warfare on the streets The Master seems inextricably linked to the chaos despite the fact he is safely under lock and key.Meanwhile UNIT is called in when a plane missing in strange circumstances is rediscovered contaminated with radiation and particle damage that cannot possibly have occurred on Earth.As the mystery deepens, what little light they can shed on the matter leads the Brigadier to believe that with the Doctor away, Earth s only hope may lie with its greatest enemy

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    1. Finally somebody gets around to showing us how UNIT deals with threats when the Doctor is out and about in time and space.Would have liked a story with a more traditional monster, but there was some nice use of Doctor Who history and some great characterzation.Didn't think we needed to include Barbara and Ian, but they were well written. The Master was really well written here. Be interesting to see him get a solo novel of his own. Have to be the original version as every version after was a bit [...]

    2. It's a very satisfying UNIT-without-the-Doctor novel, with special guest stars Ian & Barbara Chesterton taking the place of the off-to-Peladon 3rd Doctor & Jo Grant. It's exciting, and surprisingly intense, but it does have two problems that keep it from a five star rating. The first is a supporting cast that is rather large, but not as well developed (or as interesting) as our familiar heroesd familiar villains. The other problem is an ending that seems very sudden, and doesn't offer a [...]

    3. The Face Of The Enemy is what, in the terms of the New Series, would be called Doctor-lite. The third Doctor and Jo show up in the novel's prologue and its epilogue, a matter of about five pages out of 281. The novel therefore focuses on two other major aspects of that Doctor's era: UNIT and the Roger Delgado Master. Throw former first Doctor companions Ian and Barbara as well as quite a few bits of continuity into the mix and the result an intriguing take on the Doctor Who universe.In his previ [...]

    4. It seems like nearly every Doctor Who book is frustrating in some way. This makes sense, considering the conditions they were created under - licensed books that were sold on the strength of the brand rather than the strength of the authors involved. They often involved writers new to the craft of novels; writers who were valued for productivity over quality; and writers who had been involved with the property for years - in a different medium. And this turned out many books that were frustratin [...]

    5. "nwhytevejournal/1292645ml[return][return]So, what was happening on Earth while the Doctor and Jo were on Peladon? Well, UNIT found itself dealing with peculiar doppelgangers of senior officials, and had to call on the resources of the Master, despite his imprisonment, and of some bloke called Chesterton, who brought his wife Barbara along as well. And up in Faslane, there was a naval medic called Sullivan who turned out to be rather useful[return][return]One of my least favourite things about t [...]

    6. Again we encounter a Past Doctor story that fits perfectly with what I would like see. Depending on your view you might not agree with me. Which is fine, but why is this a perfect fit?To begin it creates a great what if on something that has been tossed around, what happens to Earth while the Doctor is away? Here we have a mystery about a downed plane occur. With the Doctor away UNIT has to investigate which leads them to teaming up with the Master. Very interesting concept.By using that idea as [...]

    7. "The Face of the Enemy" is fairly typical McIntee, high on action, low on probability. Alright, this novel is a deliberate fan wank, designed as such, and so pulls off that questionable job admirably enough. The Doctor and Jo are gone, and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart is left to deal with an alien menace on his own, except that it is not really alien and he doesn't go it alone. Instead, he finds himself recruiting help from Ian and Barbara and the Master. The story itself mixes equal parts of th [...]

    8. The Master, UNIT, Ian & Barbara. Concurrent with The Curse of Peladon. Despite the Doctor being almost completely absent from this book it turned out to be the best so far in the BBC range. Wanting a scientific opinion on a downed aircraft, missing for a week before its crash, the Brigadier calls on the services of Ian Chesterton accompanied by his wife Barbara. UNIT are about as faithful to the series as it's possible to be, as are all the rest of the cast. It' unlikely that I'll ever rerea [...]

    9. Very continuity heavy, drawing on a lot of source material from the show and short stories, and giving a very different perspective on the Master and his plots against the Doctor and UNIT. With the Third Doctor off on his own adventure, the Brig and his UNIT soldiers team up with Ian and Barbara, the First Doctor's companions, to tangle with a new threat to Earth. It's always fun to see the humans being able to hold their own against a threat to Earth without the Doctor, although this current th [...]

    10. The Doctor is away and the Brigadier has to solve an alien mystery. So he gets an expert in called Ian Chesterton, who brings his wife Barbara along. Meanwhile the aliens are making life difficult for the Master.This is a really good story that is full of character moments. Its nice to see what happened to Ian and Barbara. The Master is as manipulative as ever, but does have some moments of humanity. A must read for anyone into the UNIT years. A very good read.

    11. This is a good read I would recommend this to anybody that enjoys reading about the Master in Dr Who. Roger Delgado is one of my favourite actors and this book certainly captures the way he portrayed the Master. Very different from the usual Who books as the Doctor doesn't make an appearance until the last page. UNIT are in top form as usual though. And it's very interesting to see the Master temporarily working for them and forging a very uneasy alliance with the Brig and co

    12. Suspicious activities abound as shady forces work to take over the Earth. With the Doctor away, UNIT must turn to his former companions Ian & Barbara, and as things grow ever more direeven the Master!Great story that keeps you guessing, with everybody getting a piece of the action, the Master in particular has some fun action scenes and thoughtful moments. Seeing old companions return is always a joy, and McIntee crafts an interesting follow up to a classic story that I didn't expect.

    13. Whilst The Third Doctor and Jo are having an adventure in Peladon, this book serves as what would be known as a Doctor-lite story.The main focus being The Master, it's and interesting idea and on the whole works really well.

    14. For once, the supporting characters get a chance to do something w/o the doctor's help. It was good to see Ian and Barbara alongside the brig and unit.

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