Torchwood: Everyone Says Hello

Torchwood Everyone Says Hello Outside the government beyond the police fighting for the future on behalf of the human race The st century is when everything changes and Torchwood is ready Led by the mysterious and enigmatic Ca

  • Title: Torchwood: Everyone Says Hello
  • Author: Dan Abnett Burn Gorman
  • ISBN: 9781405678216
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Outside the government, beyond the police, fighting for the future on behalf of the human race The 21st century is when everything changes and Torchwood is ready Led by the mysterious and enigmatic Captain Jack Harkness, Torchwood delves into the unknown and fights the impossibleAcross Cardiff, ordinary people are behaving in odd ways saying hello to complete strangeOutside the government, beyond the police, fighting for the future on behalf of the human race The 21st century is when everything changes and Torchwood is ready Led by the mysterious and enigmatic Captain Jack Harkness, Torchwood delves into the unknown and fights the impossibleAcross Cardiff, ordinary people are behaving in odd ways saying hello to complete strangers, and going out of their way to greet one another.Torchwood discovers that an alien communications field is gathering strength in the area The team must find the device responsible and shut it off before civil unrest engulfs the whole city Burn Gorman, who plays Owen in the hit BBC TV series created by Russell T Davies, reads this exclusive audio story by Dan Abnett.

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    417 thoughts on “Torchwood: Everyone Says Hello”

    1. I should know by now never to expect too much from tie-in material, and yet, it remains disappointing when it doesn't pay off."Everyone Says Hello" is an awkward episode in the same way that "Random Shoes" is an awkward episode: it discards the traditional episodic formula and ends up suffering for it because it sort of sticks out as being a little too different. The story is not badly written, per se, and the dialogue written for Jack, Owen, and Gwen felt very true to character, but on the whol [...]


    2. I'm not made for audiobooks - I have such issues listening without the words in front of me. It's in one ear and out the other. Burn is what kept me trying - he really is a brilliant actor and narrator. He got me into the story with his accents (really awesome Welsh) and I could tell the characters apart based on his voices (although I disliked his Tosh). The story itself - it was okay. Owen was written well, but Tosh and Ianto definitely not. That was disappointing. It was, I think, better than [...]



    3. Burn Gorman reads this original Torchwood audio in which an alien communications device takes over the minds of Cardiff and makes everyone say hello.The start of this is great. I love the premise and it gets quite creepy as you get zombified people saying hello and spilling their darkest secrets as society unravels around them. But the story never really rises beyond this - it's Torchwood - so we know the force behind it is going to be an alien come through the rift. Hey big surprise! the big ba [...]


    4. I'm getting into audiobooks thanks to Torchwood's novels and I have to say I'd listen to anything narrated by Burn Gorman. The voices he makes for the characters, the narration itself made it really enjoyable.


    5. Burn Gorman did well narrating, though I think Naoko Mori did better. This story was okay, definitely a Tosh and Ianto-lite story, which sucks for me -- Tosh and Ianto are my favorites. The exclusion of Rhys was odd, as was the inclusion of Officer Tom instead of Officer Andy.


    6. The premise sounds a bit boring, but once you get into it, it gets intriguing, then a bit exciting, then it ends. It ends pretty much right when you start thinking it's getting interesting and the ending? Not really very interesting sadly. A bit of a letdown.


    7. Очередное торчвудское приключение, и читает снова Burn Gorman. Он удивительно тонко меняет голос, акцент и интонацию для каждого персонажа, в какой-то момент я даже стала различать героев просто на слух. Я считаю, это лишнее подтверждение его обалденности, и мне повезло, что посл [...]


    8. I've only recently begun listening to audiobooks - spending way too much time in my car each week. I frequently find listening to a book to be far too difficult - I just can't concentrate on what I'm hearing. However, Burn Gorman's narration is fantastic. He changes his voice in subtle but very distinct ways for each character - not just the things they speak out loud, but even slightly depending on the point of view being narrated. It makes it easy - and far more interesting - to listen to than [...]


    9. Listened to this for the second time, whilst tidying my bedroom (audiobooks are great for relieving the boredom of housework, believe me!). Burn Gorman does a fine job of reading 'Everyone Says Hello.' His Welsh accent is great and at times he sounds exactly like Ianto. He tries to ape John Barrowman's accent but it doesn't quite work, so he seems to give up for the rest of the story. Don't really blame him. If you can't do a decent american accent, it's not worth the attempt.The story itself is [...]


    10. 3.5 starsI don't usually do audiobooks, but since this is only available as one, I'm making an exception.I'm not sure I'm the biggest fan of Dan Abnett's writing style. I didn't absolutely love this, but I did enjoy it enough to gladly listen to it again. I found the plot a bit trudging and shallow. I'm also rereading Border Princes by Abnett, and there's definitely some phrases and words he likes to repeat. I mostly got this because it was read by Burn Gorman, who is bae, but I'll be honest, he [...]


    11. Three stars for the story plus bonus one for the great narration. I really like how Burn Gorman characterises each person in the story.The story was quite enjoyable except that it sounded like I heard (read) a similar plot somewhere before. The idea of people being affected and preparing for something to come would be familiar in the scifi/horror genre, so I wanted a little more unique and unexpected end. Compared to the long and detailed chapters in the middle, I felt the ending was somewhat to [...]


    12. The neatest bit is the title - all over Cardiff, people start to greet each other and to confess all kinds of mostly boring yet intimate details about their lives. Of course, it turns into an alien invasion of the week story, competently enough done, and decently read by Burn Gorman whose Owen gets a fair amount of viewpoint character time. But not quite as zestful as some of the other Torchwood writing.


    13. These are perfect stories for people who watch and enjoy the Torchwood series. The audio books are perfect for the ride to work (or any long trip) as they average about three hours apiece. Burn Gorman does a fantastic job narrating the novels.The story itself is great and expands on the series, since the show is about 46 minutes an episode, the books can go more in depth to the characters and give more content than an episode can. Great fun overall.


    14. To be frank, I didn't know what to expect from another Abnett's Torchwood story, but I found this one better than Border Princes (yay!), perhaps thanks to this one being audiobook, which requres less focusing xD (Shame on me. Right.)It was some serious WTNV-ish stuff going on that creeped the hell out of listener in very good way. Overall, it was nice to listen to, but, except for closure, nothing memorable.


    15. I think this story would have worked better for me had I read it rather than listening to it. It just seemed to drag on with everyone saying "hello" too much. The reading is well done and the characters seemed true to the spirit of the first season of the show. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it's not one of the best.


    16. This is a very well narrated book. The characters all seemed spot on. The best parts are the sequences with the team, but there is a lot of non-team stuff to set up what is going on so that distracts a bit and slows it down. I kept wondering where Rhys was as well.Still worth a listen though.


    17. Not a fantastic book, but being currently obsessed with Torchwood and not able to get enough of it, it is fun to listen to and make 2 hours go by faster. (Especially while at work doing mindless tasks)I love that it was narrated by Burn Gorman.


    18. I wanted to give this 4 stars, because I love the Torchwood audio dramas, but there just wasn't all that much story in this one. I think it would have made a great 50-minute TV episode, but for an almost 2.5-hour audio drama, it dragged.


    19. Enjoyable mostly because it is read by Burn Gorman, and he is awesome. Not a bad story, but not super interesting.


    20. I have really been enjoying these Torchwood stories. They are quite true to the spirit of the show and seem like they could be episodes. Fans of the show will enjoy this one.




    21. An unusual premise - an alien device makes everyone introduce themselves to everyone else - but strangely unnerving for all its simplicity.



    22. 3.5 stars, 5 stars for Burn Gorman's narrationI thought the story started out promising but kind of petered out in the end.


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