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5.0 out of 5 stars brilliant
this book has an enjoyable ace and doctor and a great monster.The only bad bit was... wait that would be a spoiler but
buy this book !
Published on 27 Jan 2011 by RustInPeacePolaris

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2.0 out of 5 stars Avoid unless you're really bored!
One of the worst 7th Doctor books. The characterisation, particularly of the Doctor, is awful. The plot does not grip and the plodding prose does not help. Maybe if you've read all the Virgin New Adventures and the other BBC Past Doctor Adventures you could give this a try. Otherwise look to 'Doctor Who: Illegal Alien' or 'Doctor Who: The Hollow Men' for some very...
Published on 18 Feb 2010 by Varian Beauregard


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5.0 out of 5 stars brilliant, 27 Jan 2011
This review is from: Doctor Who: Relative Dementias (Mass Market Paperback)
this book has an enjoyable ace and doctor and a great monster.The only bad bit was... wait that would be a spoiler but
buy this book !
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2.0 out of 5 stars Avoid unless you're really bored!, 18 Feb 2010
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This review is from: Doctor Who: Relative Dementias (Mass Market Paperback)
One of the worst 7th Doctor books. The characterisation, particularly of the Doctor, is awful. The plot does not grip and the plodding prose does not help. Maybe if you've read all the Virgin New Adventures and the other BBC Past Doctor Adventures you could give this a try. Otherwise look to 'Doctor Who: Illegal Alien' or 'Doctor Who: The Hollow Men' for some very enjoyable fiction staring the 7th Doctor.

I read this through once when it was first released and liked the asylum theme which has since been done much better in the Big Finish audio adventure 'Unregenrate'. I recently tried to read it thorugh again and after a long struggle trying to get into it, I gave in about a third of the way through.
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