James Goss: Doctor Who: City of Death

Doctor Who: City of Death by James Goss (Douglas Adams contributor, from a story by David Fisher) (Science-Fantasy, TV novelization) I think I would have to give this book a 3.5 star rating. If in doubt, round it up because of Goss' skill in the actual writing of the text. I imagine it could be... Continue Reading →

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Jules Verne: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (DNF Review)

I can understand why Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea is considered a classic novel. It has that feel to it, and there's no doubt that Jules Verne was an accomplished and imaginative author. However, can I just say how ANNOYING I find Professor Aronnax? He is supposedly a marine biologist, and yet asks some STUPID... Continue Reading →

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