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What are the best books in the Doctor Who New Series Adventures?

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  1. 1Doctor Who: Touched by an Angel

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    Doctor Who: Touched by an Angel is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by Naomi Alderman. Originally published in 2011 by BBC Books, it is the 47th book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures.

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  1. 2Doctor Who: Nuclear Time

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    Doctor Who: Nuclear Time by Oli Smith is published in 2010. It is the 40th book in the Doctor Who: New Series Adventures. This story tells how the Doctor strugges as he got trapped.

  2. 3Doctor Who: The Glamour Chase

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    Doctor Who: The Glamour Chase is written by Gary Russell, and is published in 2010. It is the fourth book in the Doctor Who: New Series Adventures. It is about the existence of ancient spaceship which confuses the Doctor and Amy.

  1. 4Doctor Who: The Forgotten Army

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    Doctor Who: The Forgotten Army is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by Steve Lyons. Originally published in 2010 by BBC Books, it is the 39th book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures.

  2. 5Doctor Who: The King's Dragon

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    Doctor Who: The King's Dragon is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by Una McCormack. Originally published in 2010 by BBC Books, it is the 41st book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures.

  3. 6Doctor Who: Night Of The Humans

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    Doctor Who: Night of the Humans is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by David Llewellyn. Originally published in 2010 by BBC Books, it is the 38th book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures.

  4. 7Doctor Who: Way through the Woods

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    Doctor Who: The Way Through the Woods is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by Una McCormack. Originally published in 2010 by BBC Books, it is the 45th book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures.

  5. 8Doctor Who: Shroud of Sorrow

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    Doctor Who: Shroud of Sorrow is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by Una McCormack. Originally published in 2010 by BBC Books, it is the 54th book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures.

  6. 9Doctor Who: Borrowed Time

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    Doctor Who: Borrowed Time is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by Naomi Alderman. Originally published in 2011 by BBC Books, it is the 49th book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures.

  7. 10Doctor Who: The Stealers Of Dreams

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    Doctor Who: Stealers of Dreams is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by Steve Lyons. Originally published in 2005 by BBC Books, it is the 6th book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures.

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    May 18, 2018
    "This book really shouldn't have worked. The primary deus ex machina is a gold-like metal that apparently has the power to reproduce itself when worked _and_ warp people's minds with avarice. But, the characters were fun, and the setup was well done, and the warring alien antagonists were sufficiently unique (and entertainingly differentiated) that the net effect was 3-star goodness. It's not the greatest of Doctor Who stories, but it'll scratch that itch between new episodes."
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    Anonymous
    May 17, 2018
    "I've read most of the Doctor Who books, and watched a lot of the shows. There is a long history there, and there is indeed a lot of content. At this point, you'd think that they'd get stale and run out of ideas. That is not the case with Doctor Who: Borrowed Time, as it was entertaining to read and thought-provoking. The concepts and ideas that it presents about time being a currency are interesting."
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    Anonymous
    May 21, 2018
    "Doctor Who: The Stealers Of Dreams, is a perfect solution for best books in the Doctor Who New Series Adventures, because Doctor Who: Stealers of Dreams is a science fiction/fantasy novel written by Steve Lyons. Originally published in 2005 by BBC Books, it is the 6th book in the book series: Doctor Who: New Series Adventures."
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    Doctor Who: The Stealers Of Dreams
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    Anonymous
    May 12, 2018
    "I bought Doctor Who: Shroud of Sorrow because I found my friend reading it and he was having a good time. It was fun reading it because the author kept me guessing and guessing and this made me interested more. There were twists and turns too that made it intriguing. The only problem was the few grammatical errors."
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    Doctor Who: Shroud of Sorrow
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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2018
    "I've been a fan of Doctor Who since the original series TV show, and I enjoy the whole series, old and new. I wanted to get a better immersion in the New Series, so I got this book, and it's decent, but the writing leaves something to be desired. I will still check out the rest of this book series, though."
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    Doctor Who: Way through the Woods
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    Anonymous
    May 16, 2018
    "The Forgotten Army is one of the best installments in the New Doctor Who series, in my opinion. I found this to be an evolutionary step, continuing the story, without being stale. I loved the plot lines, and the characters really came to life like never before!"
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    Doctor Who: The Forgotten Army
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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2018
    "Doctor Who: Night of the Humans is one of the best books in the new series of Doctor Who Adventures. The story is great and I really cared about the characters. As always, there are a lot of shenanigans and adventures."
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    Doctor Who: Night Of The Humans
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    Anonymous
    May 20, 2018
    "This has been my favorite of the Doctor Who series. It has to do with an alien spaceship. I love anything to do with space or aliens. A great read for just about any age."
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    Doctor Who: The Glamour Chase
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    Anonymous
    May 23, 2018
    "This book is refreshing and sentimental. It is a good book for relaxing."
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    Doctor Who: Touched by an Angel
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    Anonymous
    May 14, 2018
    "I think this is a very good solution. I love this adventure series."
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    Doctor Who: Nuclear Time
This list is about What are the best books in the Doctor Who New Series Adventures
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Doctor Who: Touched by an AngelBooks 31 Paid
2Doctor Who: Nuclear TimeBooks 28 Paid
3Doctor Who: The Glamour ChaseBooks 27 Paid
4Doctor Who: The Forgotten ArmyBooks 24 Paid
5Doctor Who: The King's DragonBooks 24 Paid
6Doctor Who: Night Of The HumansBooks 23 Paid
7Doctor Who: Way through the WoodsBooks 20 Paid
8Doctor Who: Shroud of SorrowBooks 18 Paid
9Doctor Who: Borrowed TimeBooks 18 Paid
10Doctor Who: The Stealers Of DreamsBooks 17 Paid
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