Doctor Who The Ring of Steel Arthur Darvill Rory from Doctor Who reads this exclusive audio adventure featuring the Eleventh Doctor and AmyWhen the TARDIS lands on Orkney in the near future the Doctor and Amy arrive to find a la

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Ring of Steel
  • Author: Stephen Cole Arthur Darvill
  • ISBN: 9781408427613
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Arthur Darvill Rory from Doctor Who reads this exclusive audio adventure featuring the Eleventh Doctor and AmyWhen the TARDIS lands on Orkney in the near future, the Doctor and Amy arrive to find a large demonstration in progress over the construction of new electricity pylons The Doctor tries to break things up peacefully but suddenly the road splits open without wArthur Darvill Rory from Doctor Who reads this exclusive audio adventure featuring the Eleventh Doctor and AmyWhen the TARDIS lands on Orkney in the near future, the Doctor and Amy arrive to find a large demonstration in progress over the construction of new electricity pylons The Doctor tries to break things up peacefully but suddenly the road splits open without warning and swallows police, security guards and protestors alike.Separated from the Doctor, Amy takes charge of transporting the wounded to hospital but the rescue mission becomes a terrifying ride as the pylons come to life and begin to walk and the road rears up, erupting with boiling tarmacThe Doctor, meanwhile, has even than metal monsters and rebellious roads to deal with Who is sucking the life out of the power company s employees and just what is lurking inside the Astra Gen headquarters Written specially for audio by Stephen Cole and read by Arthur Darvill, who plays Rory in Doctor Who, The Ring of Steel features the Doctor as played by Matt Smith in the acclaimed hit series from BBC Television.

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    1. Stephen Cole Arthur Darvill

      See also Steve Cole.Stephen Cole born 1971 is an English author of children s books and science fiction He was also in charge of BBC Worldwide s merchandising of the BBC Television series Doctor Who between 1997 and 1999 this was a role which found him deciding on which stories should be released on video, commissioning and editing a range of fiction and non fiction titles, producing audiobooks and acting as executive producer on the Big Finish Productions range of Doctor Who audio dramas.

    804 thoughts on “Doctor Who: The Ring of Steel”

    1. Throughout this entire story, there was one question I found myself asking repeatedly What the heck I hate being critical of the hard work of others especially when there s a group of people out there who like and praise it But this entire audio story was a mess that made no sense to me whatsoever.Firstly, it s read by the extremely talented Arthur Darvill, whose voice is a pleasure to listen to I was also surprised to learn that his reading voice is very different to his Rory voice But if you r [...]



    2. Aurthur Darvil, why can t you narrate 1 3 of the things I read Sir Patrick Steward and Sir Ian McKellen reserve full rights to the remaining 2 3, however A very enjoyable read It s a story that d be too expensive to realize in a typical episode of Doctor Who, so you have the opportunity to join the Doctor and Amy for a truly fantastic adventure.That said, even though this is my second Doctor Who audio book, I m starting to notice a distinct pattern in plot structure seemingly normal situation re [...]



    3. Arthur Darvill Rory reads this Matt Smith Amy Pond adventure which is a little bit weird as Rory the character doesn t feature So the Doctor and Amy visit the Orkney Islands and get caught up in protest marches against metal pylons being erected in prominent historic and beautiful sight seeing spots The pylons mixed with Tarmac off the roads come to life and start marching and it is all some elaborate plan of invading aliens who suck the life from planets then move on.Story is a bit weak I mean [...]


    4. From my blog Quill Caf 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.When Amy and the Doctor arrive in Orkney in the near future, they discover a large group of protesters who don t like the new electricity pylons destroying their landscape.What they don t know, is that these pylons have a far sinister agenda Soon, roads begin opening without warning, creat [...]


    5. I m sorry to say the Stephen Cole s audio book for the 11th Doctor really, really sucks I mean it is just downright terrible I mean tries to laugh the Amy and the Doctor are fighting Pylons And are fighting an alien, the Caskelliac that use Pylons and other electrical devices for power It never felt like the Doctor was in danger or like there was even a Monster of the Week Arthur Darvill who plays Rory in the tv show reads this audio book He does an okay job Darvill is able to do different voice [...]


    6. A rather good, if predictable and silly in parts, short audio drama of the 11th Doctor with Amy and rather well narrated by Arthur Darvill despite the fact that Rory is nowhere to be seen in this story The Doctor and Amy show up in Scotland in the Orkney Islands and appear to be at a protest around some huge steel electricity pylons going up When things start getting creepy moving pylons, people sucked completely dry of energy the Doctor and Amy get to saving the town and the world.The downsides [...]



    7. A surprisingly uninspired Doctor Who tale from Stephen Cole The Ring of Steel sees the Doctor, Amy and Rory facing a true crisis of energy policy in the form of moving monstrous electricity towers A bunch of demonstrators are also involved.Everything is this story is safe and mediocre Many of the concepts might feel silly but mostly they just come across bland and loaned I don t know which is worse Cole s language is okay but theres s nothing unique about it the same applies to the whole of the [...]


    8. nwhytevejournal 1513407mlStephen Cole has rarely disappointed me, and I thought that this was one of the better Doctor Who audiobooks out there read by Arthur Rory Darville, whose own character isn t actually in it, we have the Eleventh Doctor and Amy getting mixed up in an environmental protest in the Orkney Islands and discovering, inevitably, that there are aliens behind the new technology involved But it s not quite your standard alien invasion story turns out in fact to be rather a clever p [...]


    9. Pretty much paint by numbers alien invasion Doctor Who story, but has it s strong points Writer Stephen Cole seems to have a strong grasp of both of the main characters The Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond , and Arthur Darvill is really excellent as the narrator, although his character isn t even in this story The supporting characters are neat, and the new aliens, Caskellians, are interesting Overall, not a wonderful story but still a worthwhile and fun listen.


    10. This tale is narrated by Arthur Darvill but Rory is not a part of the adventure which I thought was very odd This story takes place in Scotland 15 years in the future A good story but nothing really grabbed me The script seemed to be devoid of the Doctor s humor and whimsy This is a story that you can skip.


    11. Four stars mostly because I want Arthur Darvill to narrate my life Or at least all of the audiobooks in my life He was absolutely fantastic, and listening to him narrate the story was well worth the cost of the audiobook, so money well spent The story itself was alright A little ridiculous in parts, but what good Sci fi story isn t now and again


    12. I need to listen to this again, as I have absolutely no idea how it ended I listened to it, but for the life of me, cannot recall the end.What I do remember of it, it wasn t that good for a DW story It wasn t bad, it just wasn t as good as others.I absolutely loved Arthur narrating though, and will gladly listen to other productions done by him.


    13. Arthur s funny as The Doctor I was really thrilled with him He actually made the story good to me His accents and voices were great and he read everything very well I liked the idea of the story, and yet I just found it okay over all I dunno if it was because it was an audio book or if it was because I wasn t watching it Nothing remarkable in my opinion.


    14. 42 WORD REVIEW DoctorWho meets War of the Worlds or the Tripods take your pick in an adventure that does little to exonerate the programme from claims it repeatedly sledgehammers the law of conservation of energy while outdoing Wells for off handedness in thwarting alien invasions.


    15. An ok Doctor Who book The writing style was fine and the visual of the walking pylons was kind of cool but the story itself was nothing special And while The Doctor and Amy were good most of the secondary characters were either undeveloped, uninteresting, or just acted unbelievably.


    16. Originally started 6 June 2011, restarted 10 September 2011.And abandoned The excitement of Doctor Who is vastly diminished in mini audio book format.




    17. Arthur Darvill does well as the reader of this story The Ring of Steel is a fast paced story that is entertaining, but not too deep.



    18. Arthur Darvill does a great job as a narrator and I ll certainly keep my eyes open for audio books read by him Unfortunately this is one of the weaker Doctor Who stories I ve encountered


    19. The Doctor and Amy were amazing The plot, the secondary characters, and the bad guys were good as well There was just one too many times were things went in their favor for no plausable reason.


    20. I listened to this on audiobook, and I must say, an hour of Arthur Darvill s voice certainly boosted my rating xD



    21. Cool Doctor Who tie in Arthur Darvill does a passable Doctor, and he s a good reader An enjoyable listen for Who fans.


    22. was a bit worried about whether i would enjoy the narrator, but Arthur Darvill proved to be one of the most engaging and listen able of the BBC s rich roster loved it


    23. Maybe it was because I was doing other things while listening to this, but I could not get engaged in this book, and I hardly remember any plot other than SPOILER the doctor saves the day.


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