Doctor Who: Fury from the Deep

Doctor Who: Fury from the Deep

In this exciting reading of a Doctor Who novelization written by Victor Pemberton and first published by Target Books in 1986, the Doctor and his companions materialize near a North Sea gas refinery, where they encounter a terrifying foe in the dark,...

Title:Doctor Who: Fury from the Deep
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780426202592
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    Doctor Who: Fury from the Deep Reviews

  • Derelict Space Sheep

    42 WORD REVIEW:Having opened on a well-staged cliffhanger, Pemberton proceeds with a workmanlike retelling of this lost serial, contented more or less to prosify his own script. Off-screen as on-, his...

  • Ken

    The novel really doesn't give this creepy story justice, such a shame they junked the tapes!...

  • Kerry

    All in all, this is a pretty good novelisation of a story that no longer exists. I've known the basics for a long time, but actually to follow the story was satisfying.The only really major issue (poi...

  • supreme commander

    What a shame this is a lost episode because it’s bloody brilliant. Excellent horror and suspense. Great slow burn to what is actually happening, yeah has some standard who tropes but hey that’s fi...

  • Anne

    Three or four stars? Hmmm...three or four? So hard to decide!On the plus side, Fury from the Deep definitely started off with an awesome bang - all the main characters were "dead" by the end of the fi...

  • Hilary

    3.5 starsDefinitely old-school, Monster of the Week variety! The Second Doctor (Patrick Troughton), accompanied by Jamie and Victoria, has arrived on a beach with some very strange seaweed... and peop...

  • Matthew Kresal

    Now largely missing in its original form from the BBC archives, Fury From The Deep was novelized for the Target book range by its original writer nearly twenty years after it first aired. Victor Pembe...

  • Travis

    Considered a classic TV episode, but I found the story a bit 'blah'. Maybe it works better as a TV show.The monster isn't that interesting the never explain the creepy, over polite duo very well and t...

  • Joe Stevens

    In series novels based on a franchise with a slavishly loyal fanbase the reaction to the works are often as interesting as the works themselves. Fury from the Deep is a classic case. Switch Doctor Who...

  • Werepenguin Productions

    Werepenguin Productions Remarks:Fury from the Deep might be our favorite 2nd Doctor story. They overused the screaming woman trope, but the rest of the story was quite enjoyable. The descriptions of t...