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Doctor Who: Spiral Scratch By Gary Russell,

  • Title: Doctor Who: Spiral Scratch
  • Author: Gary Russell
  • ISBN: 9780563486268
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • When the Doctor and Mel receive a message about the Lamprey, the Doctor is confused He s never heard of such a thing Mel on the other hand has, which is odd as the Lamprey is a demon from a distant planet, far, far in the future somewhere she s never heard of, let alone visited Meanwhile two strangers are watching every move the Doctor makes, one minute stopping calamWhen the Doctor and Mel receive a message about the Lamprey, the Doctor is confused He s never heard of such a thing Mel on the other hand has, which is odd as the Lamprey is a demon from a distant planet, far, far in the future somewhere she s never heard of, let alone visited Meanwhile two strangers are watching every move the Doctor makes, one minute stopping calamity, the next causing it Are they the force for good that they claim Just as Mel thinks she s got this time travelling business sorted out once and for all, along comes the peculiar Pierrot family to challenge everything she believes to be real
    Doctor Who Spiral Scratch When the Doctor and Mel receive a message about the Lamprey the Doctor is confused He s never heard of such a thing Mel on the other hand has which is odd as the Lamprey is a demon from a distant pl

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    1. One of my least favorite categories of Past Doctor Adventures are the ones that solely exist to explain some niggling point of continuity that was either glossed over or never dealt with at the time because nobody really cared Most of the time this comes down to writing an entire novel based around a bit of minutiae that probably keeps none but the hardcore up at night, forcing us to wallow in a story that wraps itself like a pretzel around old continuity simply so that someone can sleep better [...]

    2. This is a tie in to the wonderful British Science Fiction television show Doctor Who It is not a novelization of an episode but rather an original story, that borrows the characters of the Sixth Doctor played by Colin Baker and Melanie Bush played by Bonnie Langford under license from the BBC Doctor Who is the world s longest running science fiction program, having run continuously from 1963 to 1989, picked up for a TV movie in 1996, and then returned to the screens in 2005 and still running str [...]

    3. I m a bit of a sucker for events in Doctor Who New comapanions arriving, companions leaving, a challenge to established continuity a Doctor regenerating.And this is exactly what this book offers, the final sixth Doctor story.Somehow, I managed to avoid reading this for pretty much 10 whole years flying in the face of my statement only moments prior , so, when I heard that Big Finish were doing their own culmination to old Sixie s term, I decided to pull my finger ot and read this first.It s no s [...]

    4. As an attempt to give Colin Baker s 6th Doctor a proper final story, it certainly swings for the fencesbut doesn t always hit the mark While Gary Russell completely masters the 6th Doctor and Mel, the alternate universe plot lines become far too undisciplined by its conclusion, and the 6th Doctor s pre regeneration sacrifice seems of a technical issue than an emotional one Not quite what it could have been, but a much better end of Doctor story than something like The Tenth Planet.

    5. nwhytevejournal 1348972ml cutid3 return return Russell wrote Beautiful Chaos, which is my favourite of the New Series Adventures, but this is rather journeyman stuff In particular, the writing style of the opening passages is very clunky indeed Eventually he settles down to the story of multiple Doctors and Mels across different universes and pursued by giant time travelling lampreys, but it s not his best work

    6. That was an amazing book I haven seen any of the Sixth Doctor episodes so this was my first introduction to him, and I rather liked it I would have given it five stars if it wasn t for one page in the middle Besides that it was fantastic And confusing

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