Lethbridge-Stewart: Mutually Assured Domination

Lethbridge Stewart Mutually Assured Domination The Dominators the Masters of the Ten Galaxies have come to Earth and brought with them their deadly robotic weapons the Quarks It s the summer of Flower power is at its height and nuclear pow

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  • Title: Lethbridge-Stewart: Mutually Assured Domination
  • Author: Nick Walters Paul Finch
  • ISBN: 9780993322150
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Dominators, the Masters of the Ten Galaxies, have come to Earth, and brought with them their deadly robotic weapons, the Quarks It s the summer of 69 Flower power is at its height, and nuclear power is in its infancy Journalist Harold Chorley is out of work, and Colonel Alistair Lethbridge Stewart is out of sorts Dominex Industries are on the up, promising cheap eThe Dominators, the Masters of the Ten Galaxies, have come to Earth, and brought with them their deadly robotic weapons, the Quarks It s the summer of 69 Flower power is at its height, and nuclear power is in its infancy Journalist Harold Chorley is out of work, and Colonel Alistair Lethbridge Stewart is out of sorts Dominex Industries are on the up, promising cheap energy for all But people have started going missing near their plant on Dartmoor Coincidence, or are sinister forces at work Join Lethbridge Stewart and uneasy ally Harold Chorley as they delve into the secrets behind Dominex and uncover a plan that could bring about the end of the world The fourth book in the Lethbridge Stewart series.
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    • Dan says:

      The Dominators would hardly be described as one of the better 60s Doctor Who stories yet it is still well liked, largely because of the brilliant little robots the Quarks. In this book the Dominators and the Quarks are back and this time they have come to Earth. Journalist Harold Chorley (from The Web of Fear) stumbles onto mysterious goings-on at Dominex Industries, a plant on Dartmoor where no-one really knows what they are doing. Chorley and Lethbridge-Stewart investigate and soon discover th [...]

    • Nicholas Whyte says:

      nwhytevejournal/2666524mlAnother in the very enjoyable series of books about the career of Alastair Lethbridge-Stewart between the events of The Invasion and Spearhead from Space, this actually manages to tell a good story about the Dominators taking over part of Dartmoor for their own nefarious purposes, bringing in Harold Chorley and other figures from the relevant era of Doctor Who. I realise to my annoyance that I'm now out of sequence - I should have read Beast of Fang Rock before this - bu [...]

    • Angela says:

      The Dominators are pretending to be businessmen who can solve the problem of nuclear energy waste. The government is keen to protect them, but people are dying near their factory. Lethbridge Stewart is determined to find out whats going on and stop it. This is a fun story that shows how determined the Colonel is, that he doesn't need the Doctor to solve problems. The plot is quick moving and is a page-turner. A good read.

    • Chrissy says:

      Easily the fastest I've read a Lethbridge-Stewart novel - this one trucked along nicely and kept my attention throughout. This one reminded the most of Classic Doctor Who stories - things like Inferno and Earthshock - that I just adore.

    • Bob Furnell says:

      Not a bad book but not quite sure how the alien Dominators ended up on Earth.

    • Martin says:

      There were, I think, some editing errors in the Kindle edition that I read, particularly concerning the Dominators' ranks; at one point the Navigator is demoted to Probationer, then he goes back up to Navigator a few paragraphs later! Still this is a good, fun read. The Quarks are much scarier than they were on TV, and the Brigadier's escape from the "safe house" is worthy of James Bond. A must-read for anyone who likes the Brig.

    • Henry Eggleton says:

      MADAnother in the series of novels based on Lethbridge-Stewart's adventures pre U.N.I.T. As ever it is a cracking adventure in the style of original Who, this time battling a foe of the Second Doctor's the Dominators. Again this story hits the mark and is a must for fans of the Brigadier

    • Stephen Hartwell says:

      Sensational. A sequel to one of the traditionally less-admired 2nd Doctor stories, the author really manages to bring the Dominators and Quarks to life. Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart is provided with a worthy advisory to fight as well as solving many conspiracies along the way. Another classic in this new range of novels.

    • Andrea says:

      Overall, I liked it. I don't think it's as strong of a story as the previous entries, but it's still a solid read. I did like the mention that the Dominators had conquered the Tivolians. (Who hasn't?)The preview of the next book sounds really interesting.

    • Guy says:

      This was really fun. Did exactly what you'd want for this type of book - tightly-plotted, shows the right balance of affection and ridicule for the original Dominators serial and gives a nice spread of character perspectives. Best of the Lethbridge-Stewart novels by a country mile.

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