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Doctor Who: Rags

Doctor Who: Rags By Mick Lewis Doctor Who Rags Join the Unwashed Join the Unforgiving Join the Ragged for we are the way A convoy of disenchanted ragamuffins is winding its way through the south west of England At its head a filthy cattletruck c

  • Title: Doctor Who: Rags
  • Author: Mick Lewis
  • ISBN: 9780563538264
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Doctor Who: Rags By Mick Lewis Join the Unwashed Join the Unforgiving Join the Ragged, for we are the way A convoy of disenchanted ragamuffins is winding its way through the south west of England At its head, a filthy cattletruck containing four punk mummers and something else The band plays sudden, violent and hate filled gigs along the way Dartmoor, Glastonbury Tor, an old cemetery in Bristo Join the Unwashed Join the Unforgiving Join the Ragged, for we are the way A convoy of disenchanted ragamuffins is winding its way through the south west of England At its head, a filthy cattletruck containing four punk mummers and something else The band plays sudden, violent and hate filled gigs along the way Dartmoor, Glastonbury Tor, an old cemetery in Bristol And every time they play, people die in unspeakable ways Aristocrats, high flying stockbrokers, police officers, all find themselves the victims of a Class War that is threatening to shatter society.Within the dark cattletruck, a malevolent force is leading this ragged army on a Magical Mayhem Tour towards its final, secret destination With Jo powerless to resist its seductive influence and the Doctor lost in a nightmarish void, can the band from hell be prevented from staging its final society cracking performance, and thus spelling the end of the road for everything
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    One thought on “Doctor Who: Rags

    1. David Layton on said:

      Rags is something like Doctor Who had Clive Barker written it The basic story is that an ancient evil thing that causes people to go on murder rampages for the heck of it has been reawakened because of a nearby car crash between a group of punk rockers and a group of upper class twits Feeling the negative vibe between the two classes it decides to torque up the hatred between the two groups with predictable bloody results Delighted, it then decides to create an apocalyptic class war through a pu [...]

    2. Harry Williams on said:

      I heard a lot about this novel and I also heard how dark it was It certainly was dark, not to mention graphic I bought and read this book mainly out of curiosity As far as Doctor Who books go, this was by no means the greatest There isn t really much of a structure to Rags and The Doctor is barely in the book It focuses mainly on three supporting characters, Sin, Kane and Cassandra as they are the only characters that I actually liked The Ragmans motives hardly make any sense as all he wants to [...]

    3. Robin on said:

      This tale sits as a sort of brutal, graphic companion piece to The Daemons picking up on similar themes of pagan ritual, sacred sites, folklore, rural magic, and sinister ancient forces The tale is full of gruesome violence, making it unsuitable for very young readers, but makes very evocative use of language to draw the reader in to the atmosphere of simmering violence and madness generated by the touring band from hell Speaking of language, my only mild criticism is that the author needed to [...]

    4. Nicholas Whyte on said:

      nwhytevejournal 2125391ml return return This is a Third Doctor novel with some fairly gritty horror elements It wasn t at all to my taste the same author has also done a pretty violent Second Doctor novel, Combat Rock, where I felt it was just about justifiable given the colonial situation on which it was based Here however I felt there was no such excuse it s a story of a rock band taken over by an alien entity and spreading Evil around 1970s Britain where, in a dystopian alternate universe, th [...]

    5. Angela on said:

      A band starts to act strangely and its followers begin to kill people The Doctor and Jo follow a an alien signal to where the band play Jo gets caught up with band followers This is a very dark and brutal book, with lots of killings in quite descriptive ways I didn t like this, and believe me, that is incredibly rare for me when in comes to Dr Who books I m not a fan of horror books, maybe that was my main problem It was just way too dark and brutal for me.

    6. Joni on said:

      Wanted to like it a lot because I felt it had potential, but it didn t particularly deliver I didn t feel drawn to any of the incidental characters, and even the Doctor and Jo were pushing it by the end Not terrible, though.

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