Sunday, January 4, 2009

Doctor Who: The Art of Destruction

Doctor who is a fictional sci/fi British show, and it has a series of books. Doctor who can get a little crazy, but i think it is brilliant.
I would only suggest this book to sci/fi fans, but anti sci/fi fan's would not agree with this book or my review.

The Doctor, is a Time Lord, and the last of his kind. He can never die on his own and through the years he is assisted with some brilliant companions. These books are like the new show, they are remakes of the old show. The Doctor's companion, Rose Tyler is in my opinion the most brilliant companion of them all. They travel to different worlds, time zones, time periods, or right in modern London, to save the world from evil people, aliens, or Dalek.
The Doctor is not logical but logical, he is heroic but selfish, he has practically everything and nothing, and without being mean he is always his funny, corny self, but at the same time he is absolutely rude.

In this adventure, the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension(s) In Space)(Time Machine, Which is bigger inside than out) lands in 22nd century Africa, next to a volcano.
The TARDIS had picked up an unusual signal.
Here Africa is still waging war, and were they land, Agri-teams are doing their jobs, growing food for the starving millions. So far they suspect that the TARDIS has been wrong, in sending them to Africa.
When they are spending time in the Agri-teams campus, Rose gets to meet a bloke named Basel, and the Doctor gets his adventure, eventually.

Some people know more than they are telling. New alien creatures pop up in the form of Gold Statues, Is their any hope to the end of this nightmare? And to add to the mix, a whole fleet of alien's of consequence arrive, threatening lives, with mud guns! It's like the end of the world again.
But some people just don't get it, even when huge golden blobs are attacking you and they still won't let you pass security.

This book has danger, love(sort of), and Laughs. Its just for fun and it's a good read.

It is Brilliant.


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