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Reviewed By: doctorwhnoeReview Date: 1/28/18 1:14 pm
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That's a great book. We began in 1999 at the edge of a new millenium. There's the great Intelligence (real name: Yog-Sothoth) and Anne Travers (from the web of fear). The Valeyard is back against Mel and Six.

All the suporting characters are GREAT. It's not often that something like this happen in a dr who story. The villain isn't really evil this time, well he is evil but not like the cliché.

The Doctor is going to became the Valeyard and all the second part of the novel happen around this. There's even a mention of Time's champion, a charity novel.
This is the first and the best book who feature Mel. Here she is really a computer programmer, she use her skills and even play the empress.

Yes because after the part one, the whole set, the whole world Hinton had depicted, change ! London became a futuristic-fantasy world with demon, three nations and Mel is the empress. This new world is full of technicals details (Imperatrix,the great gods...) with all this we can wrote a dictionary.

The battle beetween the Doctor and the Valeyard happen in his mind and it's brilliant. The novel run for near 310 pages but you'll not be bored, there's always something new.

It's a great MA and it must be read. Hinton wrote a similar nove (the quantum archangel) with six, Mel, and this time the Master who fight in the same place, at the same time.