Book Review. The Crimson Horror by Mark Gatiss.

‘The question is,’ Vastra continued. ‘How did the Doctor’s image come to be preserved on a dead man’s eye? It is a scientific impossibility.’ I am new to Matt Smith’s TV episodes of Doctor Who, and I have probably read more books and stories with his Doctor in, than I have watched episodes. So I … Continue reading Book Review. The Crimson Horror by Mark Gatiss.

Book Review. Twice Upon a Time by Paul Cornell.

I had heard of Twice Upon a Time, and its more criticised aspects, so was in no hurry to read it but it’s a short read, was a Sunday afternoon, and I thought let’s give it a go. I liked the first few pages, the Doctor meeting his former self, the first Doctor as originally … Continue reading Book Review. Twice Upon a Time by Paul Cornell.