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Doctor Who by Justin Richards
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Aug 11, 2009

it was ok
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Read in January, 1999

Having really enjoyed Dreams of Empire I had high hopes for this book and at first I thought I wasn't going to be disappointed. It has a nice slow build up as the Doctor and Sam try to unravel a mystery while staying as guests at the Silver's ancestral mansion with international intrigue quietly simmering in the background. Then the international nuclear war scenario goes ballistic leaving the Tardis crew almost redundant from the plot and relegated to a series of captures, escapes, captures.... so on. At this point I was almost expecting Matthew Broderick to turn up and start playing naughts & crosses with the computers.

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