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Paul Leonard's best book by miles.
on 18 December 2000
I've never been a fan of Paul Leonard, finding his previous books too depressing and confusing for my taste. Well, this is also depressing and confusing, but I loved it! I read the whole thing in one sitting because I couldn't put it down.
The quality of the writing here is just superb. But it might not be to everybody's taste. If you want a simple, traditional Dr. Who story you will be disappointed.
I would give this five stars, but for the fact that I personally prefer comedy to tragedy, and because I thought the character biographies at the end spoiled the sense of mystery. Oh, and when are these books going to get decent covers?