Doctor Who: Wooden Heart by Martin Day (BBC, 2007) While exploring a spaceship filled with corpses, the Tenth Doctor and Martha discover a mysterious village within a forest bigger than the ship itself. This story is remarkably televisual, though as a corollary perhaps presents more as a novelisation than standalone novel.
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42 Word Review: Doctor Who – The Jade Pyramid by Martin Day
Doctor Who: The Jade Pyramid by Martin Day (BBC Audio, 2010) More a straightforward short story than novel, and with a production crackle marring Matt Smith’s suitably Doctor-esque flittering consciousness narration, this audiobook nevertheless stands out for its atypical Who setting (mediaeval Japan) and the uncommon, almost poetic refinement of Martin Day’s prose.