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Now Hear This “Vote for Who!”

Heard any good books lately? Then The Audiobook Store would like you to lend them your ears and place your votes for the Best Audiobooks of the Year.

Doctor Who - Dead AirNow this being a democracy we can’t force you to vote for Doctor Who audio book Dead Air,written by James Goss and read by David Tennant which is one of twenty other audiobooks including Stieg Larsson’s  The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (read by Saul Reichlin) and Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall (read by Dan Stevens).

Nor can we quote reviews from our own website like this one:

“It’s an engrossing story that’s complete with some of the sparkling dialogue the new series enjoys. The sparse use of sound effects to amplify the ever growing tension.”

Nor would we dream of giving you plot details like these ones below in order to spark interest for fans who have yet to listen to it:

“A lost recording has been discovered. After careful restoration, it is played for the first time – to reveal something incredible. It is the voice of the Doctor, broadcasting from Radio Bravo in 1966. He has travelled to Earth in search of the Hush – a terrible weapon that kills, silences and devours anything that makes noise – and has tracked it to a boat crewed by a team of pirate DJs.”

Its good to know in this day and age that one website won’t stoop to such tactics.

To vote for Dead Air simply click right about… here.

(via The Audiobook Store)


Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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