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Author: Eric Pringle Narrator: Nerys Hughes Publisher: BBC Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Doctor Who Series Release Date: April 2014 ISBN:
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May Day is approaching in the English village of Little Hodcombe, scene of an ancient Civil War battle. When the TARDIS arrives, the Doctor’s companion Tegan is hoping to visit her grandfather. Yet the travelers learn that he has mysteriously disappeared, and the planned reenactment of the battle has taken on a menacing tone.

Local schoolteacher Jane Hampden knows how the county squire plans to celebrate May Day: with the May Queen meeting a grisly end. Can Jane make the villagers see sense, or are they all under the influence of some unseen force? The village church holds the clues to what is happening in Little Hodcombe, and soon the Doctor is facing an ancient alien foe. Can he and his friends triumph against it?

Eric Pringle’s novelization of his own TV serial is read by Nerys Hughes, who played Todd in the Doctor Who episode “Kinda.”

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Quotes & Awards

  • “There’s something to be said for a story which leaves one wanting more, not less.”

  • “This story should tick all the boxes for a Doctor Who classic, being a tale of a typical English village under siege from an alien force…A jolly little romp, with some nice ideas and a well-developed plot.”

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About the Narrator

Nerys Hughes is a Welsh actress known primarily for her television roles, including the series The Liver Birds, which ran from 1969 to 1978. She also had the lead role in The District Nurse, for which she won the Variety Club Television Actress of the Year Award. She also guest-starred in the Doctor Who serial “Kinda” and has performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company.