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While investigating a strange energy in Carbury, the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble are pulled into a different dimension, smashing a giant hole into another world in the process. As the magic of the hidden dimension slowly seeps out, the Doctor and Donna find themselves in Camelot, where a young squire, Arthur, comes to their aid, and when the Doctor is mistaken for Merlin, While investigating a strange energy in Carbury, the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble are pulled into a different dimension, smashing a giant hole into another world in the process. As the magic of the hidden dimension slowly seeps out, the Doctor and Donna find themselves in Camelot, where a young squire, Arthur, comes to their aid, and when the Doctor is mistaken for Merlin, they are swept up in the glamorous and daring legends of the Knights of the Round Table. But something far more menacing has been awakened. Caught in an ancient battle for power, Donna and the Doctor are sucked into a dangerous game. As each move is made and time spins faster, the Doctor must find a way to seal the rift before an unimaginable power is unleashed and the universe is laid to waste.


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While investigating a strange energy in Carbury, the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble are pulled into a different dimension, smashing a giant hole into another world in the process. As the magic of the hidden dimension slowly seeps out, the Doctor and Donna find themselves in Camelot, where a young squire, Arthur, comes to their aid, and when the Doctor is mistaken for Merlin, While investigating a strange energy in Carbury, the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble are pulled into a different dimension, smashing a giant hole into another world in the process. As the magic of the hidden dimension slowly seeps out, the Doctor and Donna find themselves in Camelot, where a young squire, Arthur, comes to their aid, and when the Doctor is mistaken for Merlin, they are swept up in the glamorous and daring legends of the Knights of the Round Table. But something far more menacing has been awakened. Caught in an ancient battle for power, Donna and the Doctor are sucked into a dangerous game. As each move is made and time spins faster, the Doctor must find a way to seal the rift before an unimaginable power is unleashed and the universe is laid to waste.

30 review for Doctor Who: Legends of Camelot

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kieran McAndrew

    A fight between the Guardian of Might and the Guardian of Magic sees the Doctor and Donna transported to Carbury in the time of King Arthur, trying to ensure that the legend unfolds properly. An interesting idea, that meshes many of the 'Doctor Who' concepts together well, Rayner's novel also serves as a good introduction to the Arthurian myth. A fight between the Guardian of Might and the Guardian of Magic sees the Doctor and Donna transported to Carbury in the time of King Arthur, trying to ensure that the legend unfolds properly. An interesting idea, that meshes many of the 'Doctor Who' concepts together well, Rayner's novel also serves as a good introduction to the Arthurian myth.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Kukwa

    Can I award a 5.5 star rating? This is beyond wonderful: a joyous, intricate mega-mash-up of "Doctor Who" and Arthurian legend, featuring some glorious comedy, some surprising violence, and fantastic pacing. The icing on the cake comes from the deft inclusion of continuity with the Guardians & the 7th Doctor story "Battlefield", and the most spot-on depiction in prose of the 10th Doctor & Donna that I have read in some considerable time. This was an effortless, engaging, compelling, hilarious re Can I award a 5.5 star rating? This is beyond wonderful: a joyous, intricate mega-mash-up of "Doctor Who" and Arthurian legend, featuring some glorious comedy, some surprising violence, and fantastic pacing. The icing on the cake comes from the deft inclusion of continuity with the Guardians & the 7th Doctor story "Battlefield", and the most spot-on depiction in prose of the 10th Doctor & Donna that I have read in some considerable time. This was an effortless, engaging, compelling, hilarious read that completely belies is supposed status as a young adult novel. It's absolutely nothing of the sort...it's universal.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Book collector

    This is great fun. The guardians of Might and Magic (part of the pantheon of the guardians first mooted and expanded on in the virgin seventh doctor novels which includes the Black and White guardians as seen on TV along with various others such as Time and Death) are awakening. The Doctor and Donna arrive in Carbury the sight of the seventh doctor story battlefield and the doctor is once again embroiled in the legend of king Arthur as the TARDIS is dragged into an alternative dimension. I loved This is great fun. The guardians of Might and Magic (part of the pantheon of the guardians first mooted and expanded on in the virgin seventh doctor novels which includes the Black and White guardians as seen on TV along with various others such as Time and Death) are awakening. The Doctor and Donna arrive in Carbury the sight of the seventh doctor story battlefield and the doctor is once again embroiled in the legend of king Arthur as the TARDIS is dragged into an alternative dimension. I loved this book. The story is great, it gives a new take on the events of battlefield that makes sense without spoiling that story. The characterisation of the doctor is very good but it is rayner's perfect characterisation of the underrated donna noble that stands out here. Like the wonderful doctor of oz book, Jacqueline rayner gets the leads down on the page so impressively here. The dialogue between the doctor and Donna, like that of the doctor, graham, ryan and yaz in the oz book, sparkles with humour. The arthurian characters are good and you don't have to have any knowledge of the legends to enjoy this book. If you know the legends its fun spotting the references. It's also fun spotting the various who jokes. Again if you get the references you'll chuckle, if you don't get them it won't make a difference. This is a very well written book and one that is great fun. Like the oz book it's one I'll definitely be reading again.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Walton

    A fun, wacky adventure which would summaries the Tenth Doctor and Donna's adventures rather well. The highlight for this novel was giving Donna the limelight she deserves, Jacqueline Rayner hits the nail on the head with both main characters, written in such a perfectly accurate way. The overall story is King Arthur meets a Sci-Fi twist, i didn't particularly find the story engaging but it was fun enough to keep going, with particular references to the 7th Doctor story "Battlefield", making the i A fun, wacky adventure which would summaries the Tenth Doctor and Donna's adventures rather well. The highlight for this novel was giving Donna the limelight she deserves, Jacqueline Rayner hits the nail on the head with both main characters, written in such a perfectly accurate way. The overall story is King Arthur meets a Sci-Fi twist, i didn't particularly find the story engaging but it was fun enough to keep going, with particular references to the 7th Doctor story "Battlefield", making the inner geek go crazy. Overall 3.5 / 5. The cover alone is a reason to buy, but if you enjoy light hearted adventures with 10 and Donna, then I'd recommend this one for you.

  5. 4 out of 5

    April Mccaffrey

    Nice to have the lovely Jacqueline Rayner on the team. I love Arthurian legends so this combined with Doctor who, especially Ten and Donna is wonderful in my books. Good fun and a great introduction to King Arthur for people unfamiliar with them and it's great to get more out of Ten and Donna. Love the reference of William Russell being Lancelot as he was cast back in the 1960's and Donna having a crush on him. Nice to have the lovely Jacqueline Rayner on the team. I love Arthurian legends so this combined with Doctor who, especially Ten and Donna is wonderful in my books. Good fun and a great introduction to King Arthur for people unfamiliar with them and it's great to get more out of Ten and Donna. Love the reference of William Russell being Lancelot as he was cast back in the 1960's and Donna having a crush on him.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Krystal Jewel Thomas

    Why is Donna experiencing the Arthur legend actually me when I'm watching TV Why is Donna experiencing the Arthur legend actually me when I'm watching TV

  7. 4 out of 5

    Justine

    Doctor Who and the Arthurian legend, two of my favourite things together in one book. Love it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Beta

    Light and easy, with a nice Doctor-Donna dynamic.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chris Griffin

    Got to say Jac has done a great job with this one. Ties in neatly with Battlefield, I think it fits with the merlin from the comic strips too. The biggest triumph is nailing what was best about Donna. She didn’t believe in herself, but the good person was genuinely there. Such a tragedy that all her growth as a character was undone by circumstances.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Michael Mills

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