I really loved this book, and it is one of my favorite in the series. The Characters of the Doctor, Rose, Mickey, and Jackie are so well read and written. Jacqueline has yet to fail. (But i am not saying that she will) And so far from the many Doctor who books that i have read this one is completely different. The whole story is taken in a different way because they go back so far in history but also of the hidden plot and mystery. It seems so open but at the same so closed in "Whats gonna happen next?" The Doctor and Rose have a nice relationship in this book and it sweet "Friends". Oh and the end totally unraveled into a wonderful story.
Plot:The Doctor, Rose, Mickey, and Jackie are all in a museum in London. Mickey has a Huge surprise for them and especially for Rose. When they get their, to their surprise and amazement, it is a statue of Rose. Roman Statue. Rose. All clues point to ROME. And that's where the Doctor and Rose suspect they are going.
Now on a mission to get that statue made, they find themselves also on a different mission at the same time. And finding the missing boy might be Clue one. With new acquaintances and dangers, Hideous truths and predictions, the adventure starts.
But Be careful what you wish for... It might come true.
I really liked it. To me i liked it as much as the first. And this sequel was filled with a lot of action and humor. And it was really good to me. I would only suggest this movie though to people who like this kind of stuff or who actually liked the first one. I know as a fact that my brother and even sister loved the movie, but my mom who didn't really care so much for the first one did not also care so much for this movie. To some it may be to much, but it was very well done and "I" loved it.
Today i just got a really cheap book. I have been wanting it and so since it was very inexpensive i bought it. It actually has two books in one. The first; Peter and Wendy, and the second Peter in Kensington Gardens. Both written by J.M Barrie~
I now the story well but haven't read the book so i wanted to catch up and do so.
Yes it is correct. The quote was from "Snow White" by Brothers Grimm.
"And whilst she was sewing and looking out of the window at the snow, she pricked her finger with the needle, and three drops of blood fell upon the snow. And the red looked pretty upon the white snow, and she thought to herself, 'Would that i had a child as white as snow, as red as blood, and as black as the wood of the window frame."