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Deep below the surface of the planet Adamantine lies a crystalline wonder world of lava seas and volcanic islands, home to living rock-people. But when the Doctor and her friends arrive on Adamantine they find it under threat. The seas are shrinking, the magma is cooling, and mysterious, fatal seething pools are spreading fast. Something has come to Adamantine – but what doe Deep below the surface of the planet Adamantine lies a crystalline wonder world of lava seas and volcanic islands, home to living rock-people. But when the Doctor and her friends arrive on Adamantine they find it under threat. The seas are shrinking, the magma is cooling, and mysterious, fatal seething pools are spreading fast. Something has come to Adamantine – but what does it want? Fearing an invasion is underway, the Doctor must lead an expedition to the surface of the world to save its molten heart…


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Deep below the surface of the planet Adamantine lies a crystalline wonder world of lava seas and volcanic islands, home to living rock-people. But when the Doctor and her friends arrive on Adamantine they find it under threat. The seas are shrinking, the magma is cooling, and mysterious, fatal seething pools are spreading fast. Something has come to Adamantine – but what doe Deep below the surface of the planet Adamantine lies a crystalline wonder world of lava seas and volcanic islands, home to living rock-people. But when the Doctor and her friends arrive on Adamantine they find it under threat. The seas are shrinking, the magma is cooling, and mysterious, fatal seething pools are spreading fast. Something has come to Adamantine – but what does it want? Fearing an invasion is underway, the Doctor must lead an expedition to the surface of the world to save its molten heart…

30 review for Doctor Who: Molten Heart

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    The Second NSA to feature the Thirteen Doctor, this one is also set on an alien planet. The Doctor and her friends arrive on Adamantine with the planet under threat. This felt really early in the Doctor’s Thirteenth incarnation timeline as she mentioned that she’s still getting use to her new face. There were a couple of mentions about giant spiders on the planet too, but it felt more like foreshadowing to an adventure against them arachnids in Sheffield. So with that in mind it really felt like th The Second NSA to feature the Thirteen Doctor, this one is also set on an alien planet. The Doctor and her friends arrive on Adamantine with the planet under threat. This felt really early in the Doctor’s Thirteenth incarnation timeline as she mentioned that she’s still getting use to her new face. There were a couple of mentions about giant spiders on the planet too, but it felt more like foreshadowing to an adventure against them arachnids in Sheffield. So with that in mind it really felt like this TARDIS crew were really getting to know each other properly during this story. The alien planet was wonderfully descriptive, I also really liked the character Ash in this story. This was really short compared to other books in this range, this helped the story move along at a quick pace. A highly enjoyable read with The Doctor and her friends.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katy Alice (The Girl in the Garret)

    I've read two of the Thirteenth Doctor adventures so far (The Good Doctor & Molten Heart) and what both have in common--though written by different authors--is that the characters' voices are being captured exceptionally well. Which honestly I was concerned about because I didn't anticipate Whittaker's delightfully rapid-fire speech pattern and enthusiasm translating well to the page. 'Molten Heart' is a tad faster paced than 'The Good Doctor', though it doesn't dig quite as deep into the pl I've read two of the Thirteenth Doctor adventures so far (The Good Doctor & Molten Heart) and what both have in common--though written by different authors--is that the characters' voices are being captured exceptionally well. Which honestly I was concerned about because I didn't anticipate Whittaker's delightfully rapid-fire speech pattern and enthusiasm translating well to the page. 'Molten Heart' is a tad faster paced than 'The Good Doctor', though it doesn't dig quite as deep into the planet's political drama. McCormack does an excellent job balancing the narrative focus between The Doctor and Ryan's quest to find the missing scientist, Basalt, and Yaz and Graham's travails with the planet's government and law enforcement. It touches subtly (and occasionally not subtly as is the DW way) on the topics of environmental impact and how leaders often refuse to acknowledge evidence and facts if that means changing course and admitting that they were wrong. It was a fun fast read, and it gives Yaz's character a little more flesh and depth. I'm definitely looking forward to 'Combat Magicks' and any further novels feature the team... gang? fam?

  3. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Kukwa

    This is wonderful. A novel that reads like one of the very best of the early & late-era Target novelizations. It feels like an adaptation of a television episode, with all the extra embellishments and additions that made the best Target novelizations something special. It gets extra marks for being the best early book to capture a new Doctor/companion team so accurately; I could hear Jodie & company in my mind, uttering every word of dialogue. An unexpected, satisfying surprised I inhale This is wonderful. A novel that reads like one of the very best of the early & late-era Target novelizations. It feels like an adaptation of a television episode, with all the extra embellishments and additions that made the best Target novelizations something special. It gets extra marks for being the best early book to capture a new Doctor/companion team so accurately; I could hear Jodie & company in my mind, uttering every word of dialogue. An unexpected, satisfying surprised I inhaled in the space of an hour.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Beta

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Stone people that live inside a hollow world which is about to collapse - do I need to say more? A perfect Doctor Who adventure with the Doctor and her gang.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mathilda

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I thoroughly enjoyed it, another great Doctor Who book! A very interesting and engaging story, though maybe a bit of a 'perfect' ending? I didn't think ALL the characters would end up being 'good'... but perhaps this is one of those lucky times!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nicolas Lontel

    Peut-être mon roman Doctor Who préféré jusqu'à présent? (Après, je n'en ai lu probablement qu'une dizaine). La Docteure et sa gang arrive à l'intérieur d'une planète où vit une population de pierres vivantes au nom représentant souvent le type de pierre qu'illes sont (Granit, Quartz, Émeraude, etc.). Cette population est cependant prise avec un problème d'infiltration d'eau qui est aussi dangereux pour elle que la lave l'est pour l'équipage du TARDIS et l'infiltration est tellement importante en Peut-être mon roman Doctor Who préféré jusqu'à présent? (Après, je n'en ai lu probablement qu'une dizaine). La Docteure et sa gang arrive à l'intérieur d'une planète où vit une population de pierres vivantes au nom représentant souvent le type de pierre qu'illes sont (Granit, Quartz, Émeraude, etc.). Cette population est cependant prise avec un problème d'infiltration d'eau qui est aussi dangereux pour elle que la lave l'est pour l'équipage du TARDIS et l'infiltration est tellement importante en ce moment qu'elle risque de détruire toute la civilisation. C'est donc au tour du Docteur et de Ryan, à l'aide de Ash, de retrouver le père d'Ash qui tente de trouver une solution au problème tandis que Yaz et Graham sont coincés avec Quartz dans la cité où un monarque, Émeraude, préfère nier cet apocalypse et persécuter ceux qui y croient que d'adresser le problème. Plusieurs allusions au Seigneur des Anneaux, en plus d'une création de réflexion philosophique (des êtres souterrains qui n'ont jamais vu la surface et qui ne peuvent que postuler son existence; mais ne même pas pouvoir imaginer qu'il pourrait y avoir d'autres mondes en plus!) intéressant; ça me rappelait un peu la planète de Douglas Adams qui ne voyait pas les étoiles et que donc il n'y avait aucun intérêt pour eux et vouloir voyager au-delà. Évidemment, il y a de nombreux parallèles avec les changements climatiques avec de soi-disant sceptiques qui ne font qu'accroître le problème ou du moins empêcher sa résolution. Les personnages étaient brillamment écrit, au point où on se pose la question à savoir comme McCormack a réussi ce tour de force sans avoir vu la série (elle n'était pas encore sortie au moment de l'écriture), l'action va super bien et la résolution des problèmes sans être nécessairement très originale, a le mérite de nécessiter des ressources auxquelles je n'aurais pas songer. C'est aussi le premier roman dont j'ai l'impression qui n'est pas juste destiné à une jeune public de par son écriture (sans contenir plus de violence ou de propos pour des personnes plus âgées). Une très bonne entrée dans l'univers romanesque si jamais quelqu'un·e voudrait en essayer un pour voir. Un super livre aussi qui donne un très bon rôle à Yaz qui a été quelque peu négligée dans la série à mon humble avis sans laisser tomber les autres personnages.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    You guys, are you watching the Thirteenth Doctor? So good. I like it so much that my husband got me the new Thirteenth Doctor comics, BUT it’s the stupid serial format with cliffhangers and weeks between them, which is not at all how I like to read comics. I think I’m going to wait for the trade, instead. Bingereading, y’all. Molten Heart is a new Doctor Who spinoff novel. It reads like a longer ep, with more internal monologue, especially from Yaz. There’s more space for character growth, too. You guys, are you watching the Thirteenth Doctor? So good. I like it so much that my husband got me the new Thirteenth Doctor comics, BUT it’s the stupid serial format with cliffhangers and weeks between them, which is not at all how I like to read comics. I think I’m going to wait for the trade, instead. Bingereading, y’all. Molten Heart is a new Doctor Who spinoff novel. It reads like a longer ep, with more internal monologue, especially from Yaz. There’s more space for character growth, too. Or, in certain cases, some spot-on character stagnancy, like when Ryan just switches to past tense for Ash’s missing dad, because he’s Ryan and he has gigantic father issues. The characters are so good that I hear their dialogue in the actors’ voices — also can we talk about how this doctor’s companions are actually very good at taking direction and not needing rescue every 10 minutes? So good. Molten Heart has the same optimism, risk, friendships and danger that I love in the TV season (and that sucked me into the Ninth Doctor, too). I’m really enjoying the complete lack of Daleks, Cybermen or the Master this season. Classic Who is fine, but I feel like all of those classic enemies has been taken just about as far as those storylines can go. I don’t want to find just one more final Dalek, again. Molten Heart has a new enemy, which can be read as an allegory for climate change denial, but also works as another beautiful, dangerous planet, in need of the Doctor and friends. So good, you guys.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Garrett

    I mean, I probably should have expected a book where the "aliens" are rock people to move a little slower, but the departure from typical narrative structure pacing here is pretty pronounced, and leads to a slow build up to an all-at-once denouement, sort of like an avalanche? Is this on purpose? Is Una playing with us a little? This has the feel of a Second or even First Doctor story, but with the welcome addition of Yaz's perspective. Finally, this is an extended "Save the Planet" metaphor (wi I mean, I probably should have expected a book where the "aliens" are rock people to move a little slower, but the departure from typical narrative structure pacing here is pretty pronounced, and leads to a slow build up to an all-at-once denouement, sort of like an avalanche? Is this on purpose? Is Una playing with us a little? This has the feel of a Second or even First Doctor story, but with the welcome addition of Yaz's perspective. Finally, this is an extended "Save the Planet" metaphor (with an "Our Elected Officials Are Often Clueless Liars" subplot thrown in), and a pretty good one, though not everyone will need to be hit over the head with that quite as extensively as it is presented here.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lucy-May

    Am I really giving 5 stars to a 13th Doctor novel, again?! You betcha! Una McCormack did a brilliant job with this story; I loved the new world & it’s one I wish I could see on my screen... I think I’d fall totally in love with the sight of it. I also loved the collection of new species & how different their world was to ours - this isn’t an alien race anything like humans & I loved that. The plot was well fleshed out too & the twists left you unsure of who to trust. This wasn’t Am I really giving 5 stars to a 13th Doctor novel, again?! You betcha! Una McCormack did a brilliant job with this story; I loved the new world & it’s one I wish I could see on my screen... I think I’d fall totally in love with the sight of it. I also loved the collection of new species & how different their world was to ours - this isn’t an alien race anything like humans & I loved that. The plot was well fleshed out too & the twists left you unsure of who to trust. This wasn’t just a good story by Doctor Who standards, it was a good story for the world of science fiction. Extended Review to follow.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Luke Sims-Jenkins

    I've been away from Doctor Who for a few years, but with a new Doctor and producer knocking it out of the park I thought I'd give the new books a go. This is a solid fun good time. Nothing life changing here. Una McCormack captures the characters near perfectly (except for one part when Ryan called Graham Granddad. Bit thats a nitpick and I am a nerd). The books pretty light, you'll knock it out almost as fast as you would an old Terrance Dick novelization. If you like the new series, this is a g I've been away from Doctor Who for a few years, but with a new Doctor and producer knocking it out of the park I thought I'd give the new books a go. This is a solid fun good time. Nothing life changing here. Una McCormack captures the characters near perfectly (except for one part when Ryan called Graham Granddad. Bit thats a nitpick and I am a nerd). The books pretty light, you'll knock it out almost as fast as you would an old Terrance Dick novelization. If you like the new series, this is a good time. Just think of it as one of the lighter adventures.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Tessa

    Oh, I was bored. I didn’t even want to pick up the book. I don’t think that the characters were well written, I think they were quite different from the show. Graham constantly called her Yaz “Yaz love” and I can’t recall that ever happening in the show. The story was flat and I wasn’t really caught up in it. It hurts to give a book about the Thirteenth Doctor only two stars but this just wasn't my cup of tea.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mel

    Una did a wonderful job with this. She captured the Doctor and her companions PERFECTLY! Every word you could read in their voices. Which considering the series hadn't come out yet when she wrote this is very impressive! The story was set on a wonderful planet, with jewel like aliens that were facing the destruction of their world. It was easy to picture and a fabulous story. Recommended for young and old fans of the show.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Scott

    A fun new adventure with the 13th doctor. It give the pairing up to Yaz and Graham, and the Doctor and Ryan, for a bit of different flavour. Reads much like a solid Doctor Who episode. At times I think the writer struggles with the character personality traits, but nothing that is too distracting, as the Doctor's companions are still being flesh out themselves in the regular series.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Allen

    A very creative story with such characteristic especially on Yaz, I do like the World-Building and the Species, defiantly we haven't got something like since the Fires of Pompeii. took me a while to finish this book because I been lack-luster on Reading since the dreadful reading of Parallel 59.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Meagan

    Cute, but not all that interesting. The really good thing though was the the author got the voices of Team Tardis really well. I could picture all of them talking and interacting with everyone in the novel. I think this would've been a lot more interesting if the resolution wasn't so quick.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    The story was great and right on with the 13th Doctor and her mates, gang, fam. The only negative were the multiple spelling errors and grammar mistakes.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Paul Griggs

    Another great adventure from Una McCormack. Nails the new TARDIS team right off the bat and presents a plausible, but massively alien world for them to play in.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    A great adventure with an interesting concept. A number of elements don't quite fit into this particular run on Doctor Who but I doubt this will bother other people as much as it does me.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Robert Thomas Morvay

    Excruciatingly boring and mercifully short, this novel reflects the many weaknesses of Doctor Who series 11 perfectly.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    A very enjoyable story with a really fascinating race of aliens.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jason Bleckly

    The writing was a more juvenile level than is usual for a Doctor Who novel. Pre-teen rather than YA.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Hassan Mallah

    Nice story, the 13th doctor was unique with her personality. Sadly, I like more than most new episodes of the same Doctor.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Pruett

    Full of joy and excitement, perfectly capturing the voices of our new TARDIS FAM.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Ess

  25. 5 out of 5

    Edward Butler

  26. 4 out of 5

    Beth

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jason

  28. 4 out of 5

    Chris

  29. 5 out of 5

    Louise

  30. 4 out of 5

    Emma

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