Doctor Who: Hexagora

Doctor Who Hexagora When a newspaper reporter goes missing the Doctor Tegan and Nyssa uncover a case of alien abduction The trail leads them to the planet Luparis and a city that appears to be a replica of Tudor Londo

  • Title: Doctor Who: Hexagora
  • Author: Paul Finch Peter Ling Hazel Adair
  • ISBN: 9781844355747
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Audio CD
  • When a newspaper reporter goes missing, the Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa uncover a case of alien abduction The trail leads them to the planet Luparis, and a city that appears to be a replica of Tudor London.What are the monsters that lurk in the shadows And what is the terrible secret at the heart of Luparis To save a world, the Doctor must try to defeat the evil plans of QuWhen a newspaper reporter goes missing, the Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa uncover a case of alien abduction The trail leads them to the planet Luparis, and a city that appears to be a replica of Tudor London.What are the monsters that lurk in the shadows And what is the terrible secret at the heart of Luparis To save a world, the Doctor must try to defeat the evil plans of Queen Zafira And one of her plans is to marry him

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    • Michael says:

      After the success of "The Elite," I found myself eager to dive into the next lost adventure from the fifth Doctor era. Unfortunately, "Hexagora" isn't quite up to the high standards the first story set. The Doctor takes Tegan home to visit some friends, only to find out that one of her good friends (and former boyfriend) has apparently been kidnapped by aliens. Using the TARDIS, the trio of the Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa follow the trail to an alien world that is getting ready for an Ice Age and th [...]

    • Keith says:

      In March 2016, it's this month's $2.99 discounted story. Find it at: bigfinish/releases/v/ This one I heartily recommend! Not giving away too much, this adventure features an alien race with an complex and interesting problem. Hint: I was reminded of Kafka's Metamorphosis! Also all three Tardis crew members (Fifth Doctor, Tegan, and Nyssa) deal with a range of conflicts and situations, including flirtatious relationships. On another planet, in search of a human abducted from Earth, they find a r [...]

    • Aidan says:

      Hexagora is a failure, albeit an intriguing one. While I may give some stories that play it safe higher ratings here, I think there is value in a work that tries something more ambitious and simply falls short.Unfortunately while this story has some wild ideas, several of them do not seem to naturally sit well together. Why has this society styled themselves as Tudors? Precisely how did they come up with their crazy plan in the first place? And then there are the missed opportunities such as the [...]

    • Mel says:

      I just LOVED this! Jacqueline Pearce as a Tudor Queen whose a bug alien with many husbands! Just fantastic! I did feel a little sorry for Tegan at times as her character really wasn't given the best to deal with, there was a lot of Nyssa and the Doctor explaining things to her. But it was an interesting story, the bad guys weren't really bad guys and it was cleverly done. Plus Jacqueline Pearce!!!! Very glad I listened to it.

    • Christopher Buchanan says:

      Very interesting and novel story. Could have made a quite good episode on TV. Good story and intriguing aliens. Has a bit of a large info dump towards the middle but that's my only real gripe. Like the old school music.

    • Keiran Thegreat says:

      In many ways a 1980's Doctor Who story this is close to the television programme in tone and style. An interesting Tudor style setting and some great performances. Although not the strongest story in this series I still enjoyed this audio drama greatly.

    • Debra Cook says:

      This story would have been great to see onscreen. The Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa got on vacation but discover people are being taken to another world. They goto Hexagora to see why people are being taken.

    • Anne Barwell says:

      Interesting story with a few twists and a nice bonus of Jacqueline Pearce among the cast. Very enjoyable.

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