Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos by Gary Russell Reviewed.

In Beautiful Chaos, the Doctor and Donna have returned to her home, because it is the anniversary of her dad’s death. Donna’s mum is written to have a softer side, which helps balance out the arguments that are had between Donna and herself, because they were bordering on tiresome. I think I can relate to … Continue reading Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos by Gary Russell Reviewed.

Doctor Who: In the Blood by Jenny T. Colgan Reviewed.

In May, on a Sunday evening, we got an announcement. The Doctor, played by David Tennant, and Donna Noble, played by Catherine Tate, are going to be back for the 60th Doctor Who anniversary in 2023. I had been off line for a few hours, so had no idea what madness I was going to … Continue reading Doctor Who: In the Blood by Jenny T. Colgan Reviewed.

Doctor Who: Dark Horizons by Jenny Colgan Reviewed

Dark Horizons was one of the few Doctor Who books left in my local library that I hadn’t read. The title, blurb and front cover were not inviting to me at all. It’s a shame that these elements go against Dark Horizons, because it is probably one of my favourite Who books. I am still … Continue reading Doctor Who: Dark Horizons by Jenny Colgan Reviewed

Book Review. The Dreamer’s Lament by Benjamin Burford-Jones

‘Don’t forget the steak dinner,’ Chorley added unhelpfully. It’s a good thing perception of time is skewed where the Brigadier and Chorley are trapped inside an alternative world of Keyensham, because Anne Travers is stumped. Deciding to use a soldier as a guinea pig, Chris Armitage, results in the poor man being sliced in two. … Continue reading Book Review. The Dreamer’s Lament by Benjamin Burford-Jones