You on Target was a large book to digest and not one that is easily read in one sitting (I tried) You on Target is perfect for dipping in and out of. There are individual stories from a variety of people on the range of Target Doctor Who Adventures, memories of childhoods that span countries … Continue reading Book Review. You on Target Edited by Christopher Bryant.
The island had a reputation for being host to the most haunted lighthouse in the British isles, a reputation earned after the strange events that occurred at the turn of the century, in which three light keepers and several civilians, including a Lord and an MP, were found dead with little or no explanation. There … Continue reading Book Review. Beast of Fang Rock by Andy Frankham-Allen.
i am dangling my legs above the brook my hand palm down in the grass i watch my reflection move - observe me lightly then i see the pale pink wrapped like sausage skins around my toes are these plasters waterproof before i dip, swimming them must i remove them? i find i have stuck … Continue reading These Wounds.
‘And that was how they found Over and Above. It stood there, in splendid isolation, a large Edwardian heap in an overgrown garden, blinds down, empty and forlorn.’The Golden Oldies Guesthouse by Dee MacDonald Couple Tess and Simon live in London and they are on their belated honeymoon, in Cornwall, when they come upon a … Continue reading Book Review. The Golden Oldies Guesthouse by Dee MacDonald.
You know, I could not say that I particularly have a dislike for a Doctor Who story. I have issues with some of them and others I certainly would not be in a hurry to repeat watching or listening or reading them, but The Day of the Doctor has proved to have something about it … Continue reading Book Review. The Day of the Doctor by Steven Moffat.