AudioGo have announced details of a new Doctor Who audiobook and an exclusive Torchwood adventure, both released next month. Details below:
Written by Stephen Wyatt
Read by Bonnie Langford
4 x CDs available April 5, £13.25
Download April 1, £12.29
Playing time: 4 hours 50 mins
Much in need of a holiday, Mel and the Doctor head for Paradise Towers: a luxury man-made planet with sparkling fountains, sunny streets, exotic flowers and a shimmering blue swimming pool.
But when the TARDIS materialises in a dark, rubbish-filled, rat-infested alley it seems that this particular Paradise has turned into Hell!
Pursued by rogue cleaning machines, authoritarian caretakers and old ladies with strange eating habits, the Doctor and Mel track down the source of the chaos to one mysterious character – the designer of Paradise Towers, the Great Architect himself...
Written by David Llewellyn
Read by Tom Price
CD available April 5, £10.20
Download April 1, £6.70
Playing time: 1 hr approx.
This thrilling story is set after the conclusion of the most recent TV series, Miracle Day, and finds Sgt Andy dealing with a bizarre double shooting and a deadly alien virus.
When Yasmin finds a jewelled egg in her grandfather’s shed, her first thought is to sell it. Unfortunately, the object is no valuable Fabergé antique, but a dangerous weapon from another planet. Worse still, the buyer she finds online is a Russian secret agent working for the Committee for Extraterrestrial Research, who promptly swipes it, kills her brother Sayed and lands her in hospital.
When Sgt Andy Davidson realises that he’s not dealing with an ordinary double shooting, he calls Gwen Cooper, who breaks the bad news about the egg and its deadly contents. With no Torchwood to help, and Gwen in America, it’s up to Andy and Yasmin to follow the trail of the ‘Shiva virus’ – all the way from Cardiff to the British Museum...
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