Doctor Who: Shada - 
      Douglas Adams
    
      Gareth Roberts
    
      John Leeson
    
      Lalla Ward

Doctor Who: Shada

; Gareth Roberts ; John Leeson (Oppleser) ; Lalla Ward (Oppleser)

«<i>Shada</i>, as an audiobook, filters Douglas Adams' style and voice rather wonderfully, evoking the sounds of the <i>Hitchhikers' Guide</i>.»

From the unique mind of Douglas Adams, the legendary 'lost' Doctor Who story completed at last by Gareth Roberts and read by Lalla Ward. Les mer
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From the unique mind of Douglas Adams, the legendary 'lost' Doctor Who story completed at last by Gareth Roberts and read by Lalla Ward.
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Forlag: BBC Physical Audio
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781445867632
Format: 14 x 14 cm
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«<i>Shada</i>, as an audiobook, filters Douglas Adams' style and voice rather wonderfully, evoking the sounds of the <i>Hitchhikers' Guide</i>.»

«Lalla Ward... proves to be an agile voice artist, and her characterizations are informed by her insider knowledge. John Leeson, the voice of the Doctor’s robot dog, K-9... reprises his role to good effect. This BBC production also features background music and numerous audio effects from the series. <i>Shada</i> is a must for <i>Doctor Who</i> fans, but it’s also produced in a way that will entice new listeners to the series.»

AudioFile magazine
DOUGLAS ADAMS was born in Cambridge in March 1952. He is best known as the creator of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, which started life as a BBC Radio 4 series. The book went on to be a No. 1 bestseller. He followed this success with The Restaurant at the End of the Universe (1980); Life, The Universe and Everything (1982); So Long and Thanks for all the Fish (1984); Mostly Harmless (1992) and many more. He sold over 15 million books in the UK, the US and Australia. Douglas died unexpectedly in May 2001 at the age of 49.