Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos - Gary Russell Reviews
Description:ISBN 1846075637 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Gary Russell / Hardcover / 256 Pages / Book is published 2008-12-26 by Random House UK
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by - written on 25/04/09, updated on 25/04/09 (Very useful, 102 readings)
First, a warning - This review, whilst not spoiling any major plot points of the book itself, will contain SPOILERS for DOCTOR WHO SERIES FOUR which aired last year. Therefore, if for some bizarre reason you haven't actually seen that particular series and do not want to be spoiled, I advise you to flee from this page as if pursued by a gang of highly irritated Judoon at whom you've just shouted "You're just a bunch of rhinos in skirts, aren't you?" One of the many glorious things about being a Doctor Who fan is that, unless you spend even minute of your spare time immersed in the world of the Time Lord, you will never, ever reach the end of all the ... Read the complete review
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