"I, Who" part one by Lars Pearson was a fascinating read and a meticulously researched book about the minutia and labyrinthine continuity that is Dr. Who.
Well, Mr. Pearson does it again with I, Who 2. However, this time it is not just the various Who novels that Pearson examines at exhaustive length. It's also the Audio Adventures as well.
If, like me, you love Dr. Who, but find that you've had a hard time keeping up with all the novels and Audio adventures and wonder what's been happening without having to spend an endless amount of money and time seeking them all out, then I must say that all the "I, Who" books are definitely worth owning. There are 3 books in the I, Who series so far. The first book covered the novels exclusively. "I, Who 2" is even more fun in that it goes into great detail about the audio stories. Some of these are hard to find and quit honestly I don't have the time to seek them all out. Which is why the books by Pearson are just great.
Also...for those that DO have all the novels and Audio adventures, I would still have to advise that you purchase the "I, Who" series. Pearson pulls out all the stops in his meticulous research, giving details, summaries, info about where each novel might and does fit in with the tapestry of Dr. Who continuity. A very entertaining book and something that you will use over and over again when looking up Dr. Who trivia, Who history, Who continuity changes and anything else Who related.
Pearsons books are so well researched, that someone that knew absolutely nothing about Dr. Who, and read these books, would probably know just as much as a Dr. Who veteran easily. I have to highly recommend this, and I have to praise Pearson for the Herculean task of compiling such an astronomical amount of information for fans such as myself.