The Nameless City (Doctor Who 50th Anniversary E-Shorts, #2)
Pages no: 48
To be honest, I didn't expect much of this, based on not having thought much of the Alchemyst, but I have to say The Nameless City worked a whole lot better for me than A Big Hand for the Doctor. It's obvious that Scott knows the Second Doctor's character well, and his companion Jamie, and the era; ...
Well, that's more like it. I had the same problem with this one that I had with the last one, in that I'm not really all that familiar with the Second Doctor, but in terms of the actual story itself (the villains, the plot, the writing, the atmosphere, etc), Michael Scott's venture into the world of...
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