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Reviewed By: doctorwhnoeReview Date: 1/28/18 1:02 pm
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This is perhaps one of the best NSA. The plot isn't very interesting but the little twist is fun. Stephen Cole isn't a great writer but he can do some good stuff. This story show the Ninth Doctor fitting Blattereens.

If I rememeber what the SJA say: the Blathereen are kind, only the Slitheen-Blathereen are evil. And in this novel every Raxacoricophalapatorian is evil. The Slitheen are the ennemy of the Blathereen so they can't be of the same family. Why the Blathereen are evil here ? We don't know.

Nine is perfect as always. But Rose is a bit to present. She arrive in the prison and fight with others prisonners, began a food fight and said to the leader of the prison that she's an astrophysician. She try to be intelligent but she is annoying during all the book.

The Doctor has Slitheen in his cell and must work on a project for the prison. The book isn't very memorable but actually it's the best I've read in this range. The characters aren't very deep by they are good (some of them).

But what's disturbing is that Cole create many characters and then, in the middle of the book, everybody began to turn into Slitheen or Blathereen... even the slim characters are Blathereen. EVERYBODY !

This book only need to be read if the reader is a fan of the ninth Doctor (or a completist).