|The White Wolf|
|Main character(s):||Sarah Jane, Luke, Rani, Clyde|
|Main setting:||Ealing; Wolfenden|
|Release date:||8 October 2009|
|The Shadow People||Deadly Download|
The White Wolf was the sixth Sarah Jane Adventures audiobook released. It was written by Gary Russell, produced for BBC Audio and read by Elisabeth Sladen. It accompanied the CBBC broadcast of series 3.
Publisher's summary Edit
A mysterious letter sparks off another adventure for Sarah Jane, in this exclusive audio story read by Elisabeth Sladen.
When Sarah Jane receives a strange letter from Eddison Clough, her curiosity is aroused. For Eddison possesses a photograph proving he was once close friends with her Aunt Lavinia – but he has no memory of ever having met her.
Intrigued, Sarah Jane and Luke go to visit him and, with Clyde, and Rani, they explore the village of Wolfenden. The locals seem strange and secretive – especially the Hendricks, a deathly pale family with white hair and white eyes.
What is lurking in the underground caves? What is the significance of the white wolf carved on the hillside? And what does it all have to do with alien abduction?
to be added
- Luke has never visited the dentist and his teeth do not decay.
- The story is also available as a download from the AudioGo website.
- Sarah Jane mentions her Aunt Lavinia and realises how proud she must have made her, becoming the woman she is. This leads to her realising how proud she is of Luke. (TV: A Girl's Best Friend)
- Sarah Jane mentions the Shadow Proclamation and the Judoon (in the latter case, how her stern tone of voice gave even a Judoon pause for thought). (TV: Prisoner of the Judoon)