Book Review: Doctor Who and the Enemy of the World by Ian Marter

Doctor Who and the Enemy of the World 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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