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The Blinding Knife
Brent Weeks
Logic: An Introduction to Elementary Logic
Wilfrid Hodges
First Steps In Music Theory
Eric Taylor
The AB Guide to Music Theory: Part I
Eric Taylor
Fast Ships, Black Sails
Garth Nix, Eric Flint, Dave Freer, Carrie Vaughn, Howard Waldrop, Michael Moorcock, Jeff VanderMeer, Brendan Connell, Kage Baker, Sarah Monette, Conrad Williams, Elizabeth Bear, Steve Aylett, Rhys Hughes, Jayme Lynn Blaschke, Rachel Swirsky, Kelly Barnhill, Scott Altmann,
British Sign Language
Paul Redfern, Nicholas Callow, Laraine Callow
Being a Quaker
Geoffrey Durham
Shadow Unit 2
Emma Bull, Elizabeth Bear, Amanda Downum, Sarah Monette, Kyle Cassidy

Doctor Who The Monsters Inside

The Monsters Inside (Doctor Who) - Stephen Cole The Doctor and Rose 'trespass' on a human prison planet, and as punishment they get locked up themselves. Rose is in Juvie pretty much, and The Doctor is banged up in a prison for aliens, where he has to bunk up with two Slitheen, and made to work on research and development (futuristic prison labour!).
This was even a bit better than the last doctor who I read - Doctor Who: The Clockwise Man, although, I don't think think I can push it up to 5 stars, because it's a tv-tie-in, not a literary masterpiece.. is that mean? :P
The doctor who was very definately ninth doctor, totally well done on that.
I got a bit fed up with the Slitheen in the series, and by the time I could actually say rexacoricafallipatorius I was totally bored of them. But they're a bit better in written form, I guess it's because the writer gets to be as creative as he likes without worrying about budgets.

See my other reviews of Doctor Who The New Series Adventures:
#1 The Clockwise Man | #3 Winner Takes All (to review) →