Still Too Much Interference,
This review is from: Doctor Who: Interference Book Two (Doctor Who) (Mass Market Paperback)
In the second part of this substantial tale, Fitz finds his loyalties slipping, the Faction finds and loses its way, the 3rd Doctor discovers that there is something to be said for fate, Sam becomes the star of the show (or three) and the 8th Doctor struggles to face an uncertain future. You will either love these books or hate them, but as a new beginning of sorts they are a good place for fans to start reading the 8th Doctor's ongoing adventures.
The one thing that really troubles in this book is the blood and violence. There are fights, guns, torture... it goes far beyond anything that you might expect from the series. Now, while books offer that chance to break down the boundaries of TV - if the events run against the themes and sensabilities of the original, you're left wondering whether this has gone a step too far.