These are some of the most innovative Who writings in years. You may not like each one, but you will walk away saying atleast someone in Whodom is trying new things.
The first story is a fifth doctor story about the origins of the Cybermen. The Doctor is a minor charecter and the main focus is a normal family on the cybermen home world as it is falling apart. Wonderful writing, and very sad.
The second story features the sixth Doctor in a typical Who story originally written for Tom Baker. It is the first meeting of the Sixth Doctor and the Brigadier. Quick, witty writing makes this a fun page turner that I was sorry to see end.
The third story is the 7th doctor and Ace called "The Rapture" and is the most bizarre Who story I have ever read. The Doctor and religion is something authors tend to avoid, and I find that sad. I would love to see more stories like this one.
The fourth story is with the 8th doctor and charley. It takes place in just three rooms and is another well written masterpiece.
All the stories were fun and fast reading. I really like the author's candid comments before each story. They enhance the enjoyment of the story and make me want to read the rest of the series. If Who is getting a little old for you, read these scripts and be reminded of the endless possibilities Who offers.