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A fun 1950s style read
on 6 April 2013
Being a fan of all things Doctor Who, I just had to get this little e-book as soon as I found out it was available.
Set in a quiet seaside town in the 1950s, this little book harks back to a simpler time. Following the adventures of a young girl called Kate who has just moved to Watchcombe this book has a very Famous Five/Secret Seven feel to it.
Featuring a talking cat, a mysterious museum, a crazy curator and snow in summer, the book is a couple of hours worth of easy and fun reading. It is easily accessible and suitable for younger fans of Doctor Who as well as oldies like myself.
The story is fast moving and exciting and very in keeping with the world of Doctor Who. Even though ostensibly written by Amy Pond (Williams) it does not feature any well known Dr Who characters (at least not by name!) - It does have that feeling about it though that there are clues hidden in the story if you look hard enough, even though these may well only become obvious after we have seen more of this season of Dr Who.
Overall, an enjoyable little read that adds depth to the series without being full of obvious spoilers.
Well worth the asking price.