Book Review: Doctor Who and the Enemy of the World by Ian Marter
My rating: 6 of 10 stars
I really enjoy this one. Both novel and television episode were done in a good syle. Even if the tv series was better. Why? Because in the novel we don't get anything else besides what's on the tv. That's a shame. When you serialize you expect something more. But alas, that did not happenend.
So, Dr Who has a double and that double is a evil genius. That was interesting. You've come to see Dr Who with an charismatic personality that has power to be the master of the world. A person with unlimited timelife with the possibility to change the past can make things happenend his own way.
I enjoy that this tale is set on Australia and then Hungary. You've got a more important part from Jamie and Victoria than previous novels.
It's a nice addition and thank the fans for recovering this recording after 20 or 30 years.
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