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  • Brilliant, even for a grown up!

    A brilliant story. A Doctor/Tennant that come alive in your mind, very good dialogue and excelent renewal of the thematic of being absorb by a work of fiction. This work of fiction was captivating, but so short.... I want more!

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  • Great fun!

    A quick read, but immensely entertaining with plenty of twists and turns and references to JK Rowling and Stephen King and Enid Blyton. Probably the best book in this series.

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  • Very entertaining... though to short

    An amazing read! Keeps you on the edge of your seat, though it really is to short. Another great read is "Prisoner of the Daleks".

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  • Entertaining, if Erratic, Romp

    Entertaining, mostly lighthearted romp: the Doctor and Martha find themselves in a place where characters from Martha's reading come to life. The events did not flow smoothly: oftentimes, you would have a change from one fictive universe to another, with no underlying or obvious pattern of progression. Still .... for a few hours light diversion, it did the trick: some clever lines of dialog, and the author had a good command of the characters.

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