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A good adventure, and the return of some missed characters!
on 12 August 2000
As always, John Peel manages to write a cracking Dalek book - admittedly, it's very thin in plot depth, but then most Dalek stories are - they're all about some megalmaniac cyborgs who want to take over the universe and exterminate everything they come across - and the twist of having my favourite character of all time (who I won't name but if you've read the Amazon review, you'll know) just gives it a little something more of interest. The return of Susan clinched it for me; all this time I've been waiting for him to revisit her, and although as you'll see it's not that simple, I really enjoyed the return of the character and the changes she has undergone. Lastly, much as I love Sam to bits, it was nice to get rid of her and give the Doctor time to breathe for an installment after all that fiasco last time! Read it!