The House Of Winter
The Doctor and Clara are called to a mysterious, isolated house on a moonlet in the Asurmian Reach. There they meet the inscrutable Justin Winter and his two assistants, Joey and Carenza. Winter has called for the Doctor’s help: he and his friends are trapped in the house, all exits having long ago been sealed.
When even the TARDIS proves unable to dematerialise, the Doctor and Clara quickly realises they are as much prisoners as their new acquaintances. Strange blood moths fly around their heads, and there’s a strange whispering and rustling from the shadows of the house’s interior. As tensions rise, the Doctor struggles to engineer a way out — and a staggering series of revelations are about to be made.
David Schofield, who plays Odin in the Doctor Who Series 9 episodes The Girl Who Died and The Woman Who Lived, reads this thrilling original adventure by George Mann, part of the Tales of Winter quartet of stories.
The House of Winter was an exclusive-to-audio story from BBC Audio featuring the Twelfth Doctor. It was read by David Schofield.
Clara says that in the 2010s, legwarmers, shoulder pads and 80s pop music have become popular again.
Clara is surprised that printed books are still produced in the 25th century.
The Doctor mentions the Menoptera.
The Doctor calls humans “pudding heads.”
This is the second story in the linked series about the Winter family.
A German language version of this audiobook titled Das Haus narrated by Lutz Riedel was published by Lubbe Audio on 9 September 2016.
The Doctor asks Clara if she is going on another date. (Listen, Dark Water)
A member of the Winter family summons the Doctor’s TARDIS using a Gallifreyan calling card. (The Gods of Winterr)
Justin says his grandfather told him bedtime stories about the Doctor. (The Gods of Winterr)