Quickly Read Magic of the Angels

We all love a good book. Whether they’re long or short or fictional or non fictional nothing can stop the limitless possibilities when reading.

Sometime however, life can get in the way and books can get left by the sideline until we manage to fix them into our busy schedules. This is exactly where the Galaxy Quick Reads initiative comes into play and they’ve once again enlisted the help of the Doctor.

These specially designed books are shorter than the usual novel and are designed to encourage adults and children alike to read more by simply and brilliantly being more accessible on short bus rides and train journeys.

2012 starts the year off for Doctor Who fans with an exciting new adventure featuring the Doctor, Rory and Amy up against a Weeping Angel as it cause havoc around modern day London. Read on to find out more…

‘No one from this time will ever see that girl again…’

The Doctor, Amy and Rory round off a sight-seeing tour round London with a trip to the theatre. That’s when things start to go wrong.

The Doctor wonders why so many young girls are going missing from the area. When he sees Sammy Star’s amazing magic act, he thinks he knows the answer. Sammy’s glamorous assistant disappears at the climax of the act – but this is no stage trick.

The Doctor and his friends team up with residents of an old people’s home to discover the truth. And together they find themselves face to face with a deadly Weeping Angel.

Whatever you do – don’t blink!

With a well known Doctor Who author, a popular monster and an exceptionally low price, you’d be shooting yourself in the foot not to pick this up as soon as it hits the shelves. If this story is anything like the other Quick Read Doctor Who books such as I am a Dalek or Made of Steel then you’re going to be missing your stop on the way to work or school…

Written by Jacqueline Rayner, Magic of the Angels will be available in all good bookshops from today priced £1.99, and you’ll also find it in print and Kindle format on Amazon


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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