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The Gallifrey Chronicles

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Reviewed By: doctorwhnoeReview Date: 1/28/18 10:59 am
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Read the others EDA before this one, don't do like me. This one was my first EDA and I was happy that internet exist. There's a lot of continuity references of the range and every story arc are explained. But this, THIS is one of the best adventures you'll ever read, forget about Heaven Sent or WOrld enough and time: this is Doctor who.

The thing I've the most liked is Marnal, best character I've ever seen, best characterization, and the first owner of the Doctor's Tardis. It was one of the few fictionnal characters I cried when he died.

The Doctor is strange. He is menaced by an invasion and decide to write a novel. I wasn't thinking Eight was like this but this was my first EDA so I find this very 'Tom Baker'. Finally he save the day and the end didn't conclude the story. That's good, at the end we don't know what he do (because Parkin didn't know if BBC would really stop the range).

Fitz and Trix are a bit common as companion. Fitz is the sort of 'I go into the traps' guy and Trix is his lover. I liked them because they do what normal peoples do. They play musics, go to the pub, listen music...

The Vores were here just for the 'invasion part' of the story. They haven't any lines but they're perhaps better than Mark Gatiss Sleepdust monsters.

The others characters are very well depicted and very interesting but I've already forget them.
The whole story conclude the series so there's a crowd of sub-plot of previous novels who enter into the actions: Gallifrey and all that stuff. But it didn't disturb me.

Well, I can only say one thing: read this or you can't say you're a true Eight Doctor fan (if you're one of course).