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on 19 December 2005
Once you get past the garish cover and pretentious title, Daniel Blythe's second entry in the Virgin New Adventures range is a passable Sci-fi novel.
The enigmatic 'Sensopaths' have travelled to Earth via an unborn child and they are soon unleashed; causing havoc wherever they go. The Doctor leaves Benny on a space cruiser with a hologram of himself (it's never really made clear why he does this) and attempts to contain the Sensopaths using his TARDIS and Jedi mind-tricks.
The dialogue is very much rooted in classic Sci-fi rather than the whimsical world of Doctor Who and the narrative struggles to rise above mediocre at times. Recommended for completists (such as myself) but would confuse anyone venturing into the world of 'Who' for the first time.
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