Jun. 12th, 2009

Reviews

Jun. 12th, 2009 12:42 pm
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The next few entries can be safely ignored if you wish. They are Doctor Who book reviews I wrote a few years ago for Outpost Gallifrey. That site is closing its doors on at the end of July, so I thought I would save my reviews and post them here. The reviews will be hidden behind cuts, so don't worry about these taking over your friends pages.
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There’s something of the pantomime in the second of the Eight Doctor’s tussles with the Daleks. more )
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“The Scarlet Empress” is Doctor Who Terry Gilliam style. more )
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At first, “The Face-Eater” is Messingham’s take on noir thriller in a civilisation on the edge. more )
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In “Dominion”, Nick Walters has thrown three genres in one book. more )
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And so I finally tracked it down. This was the book that I saw for 50 pounds on eBay. more )
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“Planet Of Evil” has recently been shown on free-to-air in Australia for the first time in many years.more )
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Not many writers of the television series had as a strike rate as Chris Boucher: two great stories and a classic in “Robots Of Death”. more )