Doctor How and the Deadly Anemones Something ate the Rindan consul and her husband alive And now it s eating humans The extraterrestrial diplomatic community blames Doctor How He and his assistants try to deal with the alien threat qui

  • Title: Doctor How and the Deadly Anemones
  • Author: Mark Speed
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  • Page: 468
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  • Something ate the Rindan consul and her husband alive And now it s eating humans The extraterrestrial diplomatic community blames Doctor How He and his assistants try to deal with the alien threat quietly, but events spiral out of control when the MI6 headquarters and US embassy come under attack Meantime, Doctor How s cousin When has neglected to tell him about a f Something ate the Rindan consul and her husband alive And now it s eating humansThe extraterrestrial diplomatic community blames Doctor How He and his assistants try to deal with the alien threat quietly, but events spiral out of control when the MI6 headquarters and US embassy come under attack Meantime, Doctor How s cousin When has neglected to tell him about a far greater danger, which threatens to destroy the power of the Time Keepers Doctor How, his assistant Kevin, and morphing alien superpredator Trinity must exterminate the vermin and find out who s behind the plot to neutralise the power of the Time Keepers Can they do it whilst keeping one step ahead of MI6, the Metropolitan Police and a crack unit of US Navy SEALs This is book two of the Doctor How series This book series is not affiliated with or endorsed by the BBC It is not a Doctor Who story.

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    About "Mark Speed"

    1. Mark Speed

      Mark Speed has been writing novels since he was fifteen His comedy writing has appeared in newspapers as diverse as the London Evening Standard and The Sun, and been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra He performed his solo comedy, The End of the World Show, at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2011 and 2012 He is currently working on the five volume Doctor How parody.Amongst other postgraduate and professional qualifications, he has a Master s degree in Creative Writing from City University, London In 1995 a chiropractor told him he d never run again Sensibly he chose to give up chiropractors, and has since completed several marathons and a couple of Olympic length triathlonsP founder Dr Richard Bandler publicly called him a polarity responder.

    413 thoughts on “Doctor How and the Deadly Anemones”

    1. Mark Speed’s writing has taught me a great deal about the amazing potential for works of parody. While in the past I had unfairly thought “parody” only meant a lesser imitation, the Dr. How series has shown me the range of professional writing that can be employed in this genre. Mark Speed is a stellar writer with an eye for precision of language. His books are supremely well edited and clean in their formatting and style. On top of that, they are just a whole lot of fun. The fact that Mar [...]


    2. The sequel to Doctor How and the Illegal Aliens, Doctor How and the Deadly Anemones, brings some unexpected encounters with killer polyps (imported illegally and inter-galatically) who traverse the water system to home in on their victims to eat them alive. The novel is at times thrilling and other times chilling. In an adventure that descends to the darkness of the sewers, this novel explores parts of London I have yet to see but does so vividly enough for me to virtually visit them. The dialog [...]


    3. Well, I'm not sure where my first review ended upout there somewhere in cyberspace! The main reason I really like Mark's books is because of the humor and wit. Think of the classic Who's on first routine. But they are full of so much more. We have great characters whom you can easily picture and imagine, based on how Mark has them speaking. He does a great job with accents and dialogue. We have a morphing super predator who also has other amazing powers. What a great pet to have! We have cool sp [...]


    4. The irascible Time Keeper (not "Time Lord") battles a really, really invasive species loose in the London sewers, backed up by his new apprentice Kevin, his shape-shifting arachnid pet Trinity, and Tim the intelligent slime mold. Together with the REAL story behind the assassination of Kennedy. Be warned, the Who's_on_first lines don't let up in this volume either.


    5. The fact that this took me 3 months to read is simply criminal! I will have to write a fuller, better review when I am not on mobile, typing on the Kindle is a nightmare I want to endure for a short period. . . Just know that 5 stars is not enough to do this book, and it's superb writing justice. It's not enough to do the characterizations, and the way even their accents are written justice. It's not enough to do the feel, the plot, and the beauty of the book justice!


    6. Different, interesting and good, but different.Different from the first book in this series, I was surprised, it's very different. A lot of it takes place in the London sewers, and is pretty gross. Not so gross that I couldn't read it! It's a really good story, lots of action, new characters which are interesting. The old cast is still there as well: Dr. How, Kevin, Trinity, the Tardisuhyou know!This story is faster paced, more life and death activity. Two of Dr. How's cousins are on board, at l [...]


    7. I loved this book. It's a page turner and belly laugh funny. Speed's humour is warm not dark and the steeply escalating silliness reminded me of Pratchett. It is beautifully written and well timed. You don't have to be a Dr Who fan to enjoy. For those who haven't read the first in the series, the premise is that Dr Who is an egomaniac to has sold his story to the BBC, wiping his twin brother and cousins from the picture. The truth is that Dr How is the only one doing any work, policing the extra [...]


    8. Evidently can't get enough of Doctor Who not Doctor Who/Doctor How and his twin Who, and cousins What, When, Where, and Why. Doctor How and the Illegal Aliens: The Doctor Who is not a Time Lord 1 - Doctor How and the Deadly Anemones: (Doctor How book two) 2 - Doctor How and the Alien Invasion 3 - Doctor How and the Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy (Doctor How, #0.1) Doctor How and the Rings of Uranus (Doctor How, #0.2) {.2 subscriber only, unsure about .1 but probably also and is part at least o [...]


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