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Exclusively written for AudioGo, The Art of Death is an Eleventh Doctor story, featuring the much-loved Tardis crew members Amy and Rory. It’s a brilliantly crafted romp through the paradoxes of wibbly-wobbly time that wouldn’t be out of place in the Stephen Moffat era of New Who.
When the Tardis gets caught up in a wrinkle in time, the Doctor finds himself in the Horizon Gallery. But this is no ordinary gallery. It has the best view of the most impossible wonder of the universe – the Paradox itself. The trouble with the Paradox is that staring at it for too long can drive people mad and that’s where Penelope comes in. Her job is to stop people looking at it for too long. But what Penelope doesn’t know – and the Doctor and his companions are about to find out – is that the Paradox also houses a giant and a terrifying creature with an appetite for death.
Read by Raquel Cassidy, probably best known for her role as Susan Gately in TV’s Teachers, this CD audiobook is very much Penelope’s story. However, Gately inhabits the other roles to perfection and her reading of Matt Smith’s Doctor is pitch-perfect, capturing his blend of old-man tetchiness and child-like enthusiasm with ease. A must for fans of the show, this MP3 audiobook fills in the gaps between the end of season two and the beginning of season three of Matt Smith’s reign.