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Reviewed By: EightsGirlReview Date: 7/7/17 5:17 pm
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After the ending of Girl Who Never Was, I was excited about this audio. It lived up to my expectations. Charley and Six are fantastic together, with her trying not to create a paradox and him being his typical slightly sarcastic self not believing her rather feeble lies. Though they are separate for a good chunk of the story it works within the narrative. A great beginning for Six and Charley!
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Reviewed By: EightsGirlReview Date: 7/7/17 5:03 pm
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This audio is pure gold! From start to finish, every moment is fantastic. And it's hilarious, which works especially well for Six and him playing the straight man to the comedy. Definitely worth multiple listens'
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Reviewed By: EightsGirlReview Date: 6/13/17 9:39 am
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This is the novel that should have been the first. It's a much better jumping on point and honestly, it has more action than The Eight Doctors. Sam and the Doctor are great together. Carolyn, an extra character in this book, is also a fantastic addition. I would have liked to see her become a companion. And there's vampires so you can't go wrong.
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Reviewed By: EightsGirlReview Date: 6/12/17 2:50 pm
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Overall, this book is enjoyable for all the Classic Who references. Taking place right after the movie, Eight must visit all his former selves in order to regain his memories. It's not a terrible book and I get why they wrote it (feeling the need to bridge the gap and all) but it's sort of just meh. The best parts are of him with Sam and that's all of maybe 20 pages. This one can be skipped unless OCD demands you read in order (me haha)

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