The Companions of Doctor Who: K9 and Company

The Companions of Doctor Who K and Company In the sleepy village of Hazelbury Abbas the Winter Solstice is fast drawing near It is a time of deep mystery and ancient evil Sarah Jane Smith journalist and former companion to the Doctor comes

  • Title: The Companions of Doctor Who: K9 and Company
  • Author: Terence Dudley
  • ISBN: 9780426203094
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the sleepy village of Hazelbury Abbas, the Winter Solstice is fast drawing near It is a time of deep mystery and ancient evil.Sarah Jane Smith, journalist and former companion to the Doctor, comes to Hazelbury Abbas to start work on her new book While there she meets Brendan, the young ward of her Aunt Lavinia.Suddenly Brendan disappears Has he been kidnapped by theIn the sleepy village of Hazelbury Abbas, the Winter Solstice is fast drawing near It is a time of deep mystery and ancient evil.Sarah Jane Smith, journalist and former companion to the Doctor, comes to Hazelbury Abbas to start work on her new book While there she meets Brendan, the young ward of her Aunt Lavinia.Suddenly Brendan disappears Has he been kidnapped by the practitioners of Black Magic who are said to live in the village Is he to be sacrificed to the goddess Hecate on the Winter Solstice But Sarah is not alone in her search for Brendan Across the unimaginable gulfs of time and space, the Doctor has sent her a very special companion a robotic dog by the name of K 9

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    1. Yes, it was a cheesy TV show, and the story is only slightly better, but it was a fun, cheesy story.Sarah Jane Smith travels to her aunt's house in the country for some rest and ends up with a new dog, a young ward to look after and a mystery to deal with as her aunt has disappeared and there are rumors of a witches coven in the neighborhood.An old fashioned mystery with some genuine suspenseful bits and two likable main characters.

    2. nwhytevejournal/1230505ml#cutid1[return][return]Long, long before Torchwood or the Sarah Jane Adventures, the BBC made a pilot for a possible spinoff series, K9 and Company, which lasted for precisely one 50-minute episode in December 1981. The novelisation, by Terence Dudley who also wrote the script, wasn't published until 1987, as the third the last in another series of spinoffs, Target's Companions of Doctor Who (the two earlier books being Turlough and the Earthlink Dilemma and Harry Sulliv [...]

    3. Ugg, this was a bore. Morbid curiosity is the only thing that kept me reading it. The story moved far too slowly and Sarah Jane seemed out of character. She wept and cried in several places. Really, Sarah Jane crying? Apparently, she has a black belt in karate. I don't remember seeing this in the show. I thought Sarah Jane was more of a tough mental character rather than an Angelina Jolie type.

    4. In 1981, the BBC showed what was then the first and, until 2007, the only, spin-off from Doctor Who. This is the novelisation of that spin-off, in which much-loved companion Sarah Jane Smith teamed-up with robot dog K9 to investigate sinister goings-on in a small village. Solidly-written reminder of a simpler age.

    5. The audio version actually adds to the story, and it's appropriate to the season too. I like John Leeson's voice.

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