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A very "Doctor Whoish" Doctor Who,
By A Customer
This review is from: Doctor Who: Coldheart (Paperback)
I had very nearly given up on the BBC range. At around 30 books in I thought they were getting just a bit too "different", and for me, the rot had set in long before Interference. Doctor who is about a man who doesn't like seeing people eaten by monsters. It's about companions who get seperated so we can get both sides of the story. It's about misguided yet ultimately heroic high priests. It's about moments of horror interspersed with moments of humour (or is it the other way around). And, of course, it's about slime. At least that's what it's about to someone who was nine when Tom Baker took over and fifteen when he left. There were times when I was reading this book when I almost imagined Paul McGann in a hat and scarf and I'm sure Fitz called Compassion "Old Girl" at least once. This is the stuff that got me into Doctor Who as a child and so long as books like this are being published, I think I'll stay a while yet.