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Bellissimo romanzo, il primo che leggo dove il protagonista è il mitico viaggiatore del tempo Doctor Who. Inizialmente nato come sceneggiatura per il finale di stagione del celeberrimo telefilm di fantascienza, per motivi di sciopero però le riprese furono interrotte. Lo stile di Adams si sente e se ancora non lo avete letto, oltre questo, vi straconsiglio Guida Galattica per gli autostoppisti. Geniale autore!
Frahorus said on Nov 17, 2016, 11:42
Bello, molto Douglas Adams nello stile, ma in un certo modo riammodernato. E' stato fatto un ottimo lavoro di ricerca per completare questa storia mai finita, e per dare un senso all'episodio mancante per motivi di sciopero. Il Quarto Dottore è sempre uno spasso da leggere e da vedere
Susanna said on Jan 23, 2014, 09:28
So when I first heard they were novelising Shada I couldn't think why. It seemed almost disrespectful to Douglas Adams and really who would be able to do it justice? Then I went and read some of the novels that Gareth Roberts had written about Doctor and Romana and knew he was exactly who should be doing this! This book was brilliant! It was hilarious. The characterisation was perfect. The first half was definitely my favourite. All the jokes about Skagra looking like a disco queen were perfect. And the poor young gay guy who thought he was getting picked up!
There were a few changes to the original, more continuity for the new characters, an explanation of Skagra's homeworld and motivation, an ending that explained things much better. The only complaint that I had was he took away the scene where Romana and Claire managing to do incredibly complicated technical stuff to enable the Doctor to get to the spaceship, and replaced it with a conversation about them and their relationships with the men! (Which was still highly amusing but I would haave liked to have had both!)
I've seen both the edited from the lost footage and the audio version of this story and I have to say the book is by far my favourite. Without a doubt the best Doctor Who book I've ever read. I really hope Gareth Roberts writes these two again!
Robot-mel said on Mar 21, 2012, 17:24