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Reviewed By: doctorwhnoeReview Date: 11/17/17 10:17 am
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Perhaps I'm a bit weird but this is the last novel of the range and it is the first I've read in this collection.
I haven't read any of the others book of the collection but I've understand everything. There's many mention of previous novel and events who are in the others book.

The eight Doctor was good. Just good, nothing more than this. He wasn't so interesting but he was the Doctor. At last we know who was the first owner of the Tardis: Marnal. When the Doctor meet Marnal, it was a strange and powerful encounter. They're the last time lords (after the event of the war of heaven) and they feel it. And in the first scene of the Doctor and his companion, with have an epic situation that remind me of some recent episode of the TV version.

Fitz and Trix weren't very usefull to the story but it was good to find companions in this novel. That's all I can say about them. But I liked how Parkins develops their relation and their love for each others.
Marnal was the best character of the novel. He was nice and like the first Doctor, but more young.
The others characters and the Vores weren't so memorable but the story will not be so good without them.

And we have the 'supposed' parents of the Doctor Ulysse and the human Peneloppe. Even if it isn't say than they're the Doctor's family, we can feel than Parkins wanted us to think they were.

Well, to conclude, read this book, you need it if you're a Mc Gann fan, but don't do like me, read some of the others EDA before.