Doctor Who: Night of the Humans

Doctor Who: Night of the Humans

David Llewellyn Arthur Darvill / Jul 15, 2019

Doctor Who Night of the Humans This is the Gyre the most hostile environment in the Galaxy years worth of junk floating in deep space home to the shipwrecked Sittuun the carnivorous Sollogs and worst of all the Humans Th

  • Title: Doctor Who: Night of the Humans
  • Author: David Llewellyn Arthur Darvill
  • ISBN: 9781408448946
  • Page: 395
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  • This is the Gyre the most hostile environment in the Galaxy 250,000 years worth of junk floating in deep space, home to the shipwrecked Sittuun, the carnivorous Sollogs, and worst of all the Humans.The Doctor and Amy arrive on this terrifying world in the middle of an all out frontier war between Sittuun and Humans, and the countdown has already started There s a co This is the Gyre the most hostile environment in the Galaxy 250,000 years worth of junk floating in deep space, home to the shipwrecked Sittuun, the carnivorous Sollogs, and worst of all the Humans.The Doctor and Amy arrive on this terrifying world in the middle of an all out frontier war between Sittuun and Humans, and the countdown has already started There s a comet in the sky, and it s on a collision course with the Gyre .When the Doctor is kidnapped, it s up to Amy and galaxy famous swashbuckler Dirk Slipstream to save the day.But who is Slipstream, exactly And what is he really doing here A thrilling, all new adventure featuring the Doctor and Amy, as played by Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in the spectacular hit series from BBC Television.

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      • David Llewellyn Arthur Darvill

        David Llewellyn is a Welsh novelist and script writer He grew up in Pontypool and graduated from Dartington College of Arts in 2000 His first novel, Eleven, was published by Seren Press in 2006 His second, Trace Memory, a spin off from the BBC drama series Torchwood, was published in March 2008 Everything Is Sinister was published by Seren in May 2008 He has written two novels for the Doctor Who New Series Adventures The Taking of Chelsea 426, featuring the Tenth Doctor, and Night of the Humans, featuring the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond.In addition to writing novels, Llewellyn wrote the Bernice Summerfield audio play Paradise Frost and the Dark Shadows audio drama The Last Stop for Big Finish Productions.Llewellyn lives in Cardiff.


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    1. This is a typical piece of teen Doctor Who and while it is not my cup of tea compared to other books in the range, it wins on one unique feature. This is a perfect Matt Smith episode. He as captured the mannerisms of his Doctor perfectly of which very few can lay claim. You could convince yourself that this was one of your favourite episodes years later only to realise that duh!Recommended for people who want to capture the essence of the new Doctors.


    2. This is the first Doctor Who book I've read with Eleven. And I loved it, of course. I love everything Doctor Who related. There is only one thing that bugged me, it's also the reason why I gave it 3 stars in stead of 4. The POV switch. Too many, and something (a lot of the times) it wasn't very clear from which POV I was reading. So that was very confusing. But apart from that I loved it. It was kinda weird to read humans as savages in the year 250.000. You would think we would be extremely smar [...]


    3. So, for a Doctor Who serial based on the TV show (actors and all) and written by someone who is intimately associated with the subject, I would give this five stars. It's a pretty good story for doctor who, not as good as midnight or blink or silence in the library or in the time of angels or the eleventh hour or the impossible planet. But, those were all episodes, so whatever.As a novel, though,Even as a chapter book,I found this grotesque. And this coming from the guy who read Pendragon and Tw [...]



    4. Еще вчера ты легла спать с мыслью о волнительном событии, предполагающем обмен кольцами и клятвами, а уже сегодня ты пытаешься выжить на космической свалке, населенной варварами. Ты встречаешь инопланетян, таких странных внешне, но понятных на интуитивном уровне. Бросаешь [...]


    5. Two hundred fifty thousand years in the future, a comet by the name Schuler-Khan is headed straight for the Gyre, a magnetic plain fashioned out of space debris and refuse. A war is waging between the inhabitants of the Gyre, the so-called “humans,” and the Sittuun, a team of aliens armed with a bomb large enough to destroy the Gyre before Schuler-Khan’s impact obliterates the surrounding galaxy. The Doctor and Amy are pulled into the situation when they land on the Gyre at the summons of [...]


    6. This is more like it! The second brand new Who book with Eleven and Amy Pond reads like a rollicking pulp sci-fi novel, but of course with that true Doctor dilemma that leaves him having to make a choice over the safety of a few versus the safety of many. I hope that the next lot of books are as satisfying as this one.


    7. An interesting premise, with the Tardis materialising on a morass of solidified junk floating in space - rather like the Sargasso Sea. Aliens whose language is so unpronounceable to humans they adopt human names (it was bizarre having aliens with Syrian names, but I got used to it after a while) and whose culture was significantly different from human cultures made a nice change from a lot of DW novels where the aliens seldom have much of a culture to speak of. The plot rolls along at a fair pac [...]


    8. What a pile of crap - 2*Snore. This book definitely helped me to sleep. The plot was drivel and just so lackluster. The humans were the enemies and yeah I got it. It had some promise but The 11th Doctor and Amy were separated, which seemed to also mean that their personalities were separated.Dull. I can't even be bothered to write a decent review about this.



    9. A book based on the television series. This one has Matt Smith's Doctor and his companion Amy. In this book, they visit a planet that is basically one giant garbage heap. This planet is about to be hit by a comet that will destroy this planet and set pieces of it throughout space.This was a likable read from this universe. My first point in reading this type of novel is the portrayal of the television characters. The author accomplished this as I had no problem picturing Matt Smith and Karen Gil [...]


    10. Let me just preface this review by saying that if Arthur Darvill ever voices a character in an animated movie, I will go to see it, as his reading of this audiobook is so absolutely fantastic. 250,000 years in the future, the planet-sized heap of space junk known as the Gyre is right in the collision path of a massive comet…a comet that, if it collides, will send city-sized chunks of debris hurtling toward multiple nearby planets and possibly destroying billions. Rhythmic drumming echos from a [...]



    11. (From my blog: Quill Café)In accordance with the FTC, I would like to disclose that I purchased this book. The opinions expressed are mine and no monetary compensation was offered to me by the author or publisher.Thousands of years into our future, Amy Pond and the Doctor follow a distress signal and find themselves on a vast terrain of space junk. Their feet hardly planted, Amy and the Doctor find themselves separated and taken hostage by two separate races – the Sittuun and the Humans.With [...]



    12. Questa storia del Doctor Who si colloca dopo il terzo episodio della quinta stagione, L’arma di Churchill.Amy Pond è ancora nuova al mondo del Dottore, avendo viaggiato solamente una volta nel futuro (nel Regno Unito volante sopra la balena spaziale) e una nel passato, in risposta alla chiamata di Churchill.Risulta abbastanza facile collocare la storia temporalmente vista la sua acerbità come compagna, vista l’acerbità pure del Dottore (che ancora sembra stare sperimentando la gestualità [...]


    13. Book 16/ 100Book: Doctor Who: Night of the HumansAuthor: David LlewellynISBN: 978-1-846-07969-6Pages: 247For those who don’t know (Although I can’t imagine there are that many of ya) Doctor Who is a long running British science fiction TV series about an alien, The Doctor, who has a time machine, the TARDIS, that’s disguised as a 1960s style Police telephone box. The Doctor generally travels with companions, who are usually, but not always, human. And this year, 2013, is Doctor Who’s 50t [...]


    14. There's part of me that longs for the days that the Doctor Who books were written for an older audience, and this book is no exception.The introduction had unnecessary confusion, in some extraneous attempt to make the alien race seem more human than the humans on the junk planet. It didn't really help the story, especially since the secondary characters were written well enough—even over-the-top characters like “Dirk Slipstream” (who reminded me of Ace Rimmer with the voice and mustache of [...]


    15. While the first Eleventh Doctor novel, Justin Richards' "Apollo 23" was fun, albeit a bit paint by numbers and borrowed heavily from a previous story, David Llewellyn's "Night of the Humans" was a wholly original and overwhelmingly entertaining Doctor Who story.Llewellyn's characterization of the featured characters was no better or worse than Richards, with a strong grasp of The Doctor and perhaps a slightly improved feel for Amy Ponds character. Where Llewellyn managed to surpass "Apollo 23" w [...]


    16. Amy and the eleventh Doctor travel to a place called The Gyre. It's not even a planet, but rather a place where trash has piled up for thousands of years, creating a harsh planet-like atmosphere. They encounter two civilizations. One is a group of humans, who crashlanded there hundreds of years before and whose civilization took unusual twists and turns based on the Gyre, the leftover Western movies one of the shipmates left behind, and the logo of the company who owned their ship. The other is [...]


    17. This book was really enjoyable. While some of the other who books I read (all Ten) have a really good characterization of Ten--Eleven in this book was still being developed which is interesting and good at the same time because this presumable takes place right after The Beast Below as there are mentions of Amy running around on a ship in her nightie. I enjoyed that, bringing in little mentions of the previous adventures to give the reader a time line. It was also interesting to see mentions of [...]


    18. Night of the Humans is part of BBC Book's collection of novels based around the TV Series and features the 11th Doctor and Amy. Landing on a junkyard in space they find themselves caught in between a battle between two alien societies, the Sittuum and a futuristic but savage version of Humans. A devastating comet is on it's way to cause imminent destruction and they face a race against time to save themselves and everybody else. This is a fun and quick read and I found it much more readable than [...]


    19. Night of the Humans is one of the Doctor Who novelizations, in case you haven't already figured that out. It starts with a log from a ship that has crash landed and how day by day they are losing more members of the crew. The log ends with "The humans are coming." The Doctor and Amy pick up a distress signal through space and time. Of course, this is still technically the Doctor, so he goes to rescue them. It turns out that the ship crashed on what is basically a large pile of space junk and the [...]


    20. A solid, satisfying story that is by turns clever and surprisingly gritty. The gyre itself - a giant, swirling vortex of trash in deep space - is an excellent setting for a novel. The constraints of the SF budget limit deep space stories like this and it's always a pleasure to see an author taking advantage of the cheap special effects at their disposal.Llewellyn likes to turn assumptions on their head. Adult readers may not his concepts particularly ground-breaking but they do add a refreshing [...]


    21. Ne'er have I cared so little about every character in a Who novel before. Nothing grabbed me about Night if the Humans. I truly didn't care about who lived and who got eaten by slugs. The writing itself was fine, and all the mechanics were there, but for me it didn't actually get me into the story at all. Amy is amazingly un-amyish, the antagonists were cookie cutter, and the support team were boring. Any attempt to give them depth was negated by the fact that most of them died 3 pages later. Ev [...]


    22. It was definitely an interesting read, but I did find it a little difficult to get into at first. I didn't particularly empathise with any of the characters aside from Amy and the Doctor, obviously, but I did feel incredibly bad for the humans that were living on the planet. The ending I feel was expected, with those that you thought would survive doing so.This book very much reminded me of The Doctor's Daughter, with the two sides, and being influenced by those generations before them. And I al [...]


    23. This is probably my favourite Doctor Who novel I've read so far. The premise is unique and fascinating and while most of the story plays out as a fairly standard "Doctor and companion get seperated, have to leave before everything blows up" story, it has an edge and a richness to it like only the best TV stories do. It stays exciting and gripping from beginning to end and while it doesn't completely redefine the series or attempt things that have never been before, the book leaves you with the w [...]


    24. This book was pretty ridiculous, even by Doctor Who standards. It's a shame, since the idea of a cosmic junk pile forming at some kind of libration point is actually a great idea, and could have been exploited quite nicely in an entirely different story. Unfortunately, throwing some sort of mystical key that wreaks havoc with gravity, a cult of clown-worshipping humans, and other ludicrous indigenous lifeforms and terrain just botch the job horribly.Now Dirk Slipstream, he's a character that wou [...]


    25. Je ne suis pas une experte Whovian, mais ça se sent que l'auteur a travaillé étroitement avec la Production (comme il le précise à la fin du livre).J'ai vraiment eu l'impression de voir un épisode de la série. La couverture représentant Matt Smith, je n'ai eu aucun mal à visualiser ses expressions, mimiques et attitudes. L'écriture est fluide, l'humour intacte, et le rythme assez soutenu pour qu'on ne s'ennuie pas. Mon seul regret (par rapport à la série télévisée) reste l'absence [...]


    26. This was absolutely fantastic! Probably one of the best Doctor Who books I have ever read/listened to, and definitely in my list of top science fiction (in general) books I have read! A great story, with equally great characters besides those that normally appear in the show. Since I listened to the audio book, I can't help but mention how well done that was. Arthur Darvill is a wonderful narrator, and I am desperately seeking anything else read by him. He does superb voices, and he is incredibl [...]


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