Doctor Who: Made of Steel - Terrance Dicks Reviews
Description:ISBN 1846072042 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Terrance Dicks / Paperback / 112 Pages / Book is published 2007-03-01 by BBC Books
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by - written on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Having watched all of the more recent Dr Who seasons (from Christopher Eccleston to David Tennant and most of the televised Mat Smith ones so far), I was curious to see what the literature on the Doctor was. I have read one short story featuring an episode where the Doctor is on his own, against the Sontarans in a University sports complex, but this one brought in one of Tennant's Doctor's companions: Martha (played on TV by Freema Agyeman). Here, author Terrance Dicks tries to create a story using Tennant's characteristics to portray the Doctor, and to try and do the same with Martha. The plot takes place after the Cybermen were banished into the void by the ... Read the complete review
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