Book Review - Doctor Who Forever Autumn by Mark Morris

Saturday, June 19, 2010

I picked up Doctor Who: Forever Autumn by Mark Morris at the library to take care of two reading challenges, The Doctor Who Reading Challenge and the Time Travel Reading Challenge and also just because I want to read it. I really love Doctor Who and the more novels I read the more I fall in love with him and the whole mythology to The Doctor. The novels definately add to the whole Doctor experience so do yourself a favor and read one, or two, or three....

Product Description:
It is almost Halloween in the sleepy New England town of Blackwood Falls. Autumn leaves litter lawns and sidewalks, paper skeletons hang in windows and carved pumpkins leer from stoops and front porches. The Doctor and Martha soon discover that something long-dormant has awoken in the town, and this will be no ordinary Halloween. What is the secret of the ancient chestnut tree and the mysterious books discovered tangled in its roots? What rises from the local churchyard in the dead of night, sealing up the lips of the only witness? And why are the harmless trappings of Halloween suddenly taking on a creepy new life of their own? As nightmarish creatures prowl the streets, the Doctor and Martha must battle to prevent both the townspeople and themselves from suffering a grisly fate...

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Alyce said...

You know you are the one responsible for my Doctor Who addiction! I kept reading your reviews and finally watched some of the shows. In the past few months we have watched all four seasons of the most recent series (streamed via Netflix) and have been watching religiously on the BBC America every Saturday night. Thanks for pointing me to this awesome show!

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