|Reviews for Placebo Effect|
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|By:||Paul Speake, Wakefield|
|Date:||Friday 11 February 2005|
|Rating: || 3|
A poor effort this one! The reuse of the Foamasi was good but the rest was uninteresting - the wedding stuff just rubbish.
|By:||Ewan Forbes, Scotland|
|Date:||Sunday 19 June 2005|
|Rating: || 6|
"Placebo Effect" is not by any means a great Doctor Who book, but it is far from being a bad one.The Eighth Doctor, who didn't get his fare run on television, is well represented here and the return of the Wirrn is a welcome one. Lets hope that they are a race that will return to our screens in the next series.
|By:||Tardisuser, Isle of Wight|
|Date:||Sunday 4 February 2007|
|Rating: || 8|
This book was a pleasing read. The Doctor is treated like a proper individual. Sam is realising she's growing up, instead of just being able to fall back into the old Doctor/Sam routine. And the Foamasi get a better plot than The Leisure Hive.
|By:||a person, hayfield|
|Date:||Sunday 21 February 2010|
|Rating: || 5|
A good plot is spoiled here by bad writing, the ideas behind it are excellent but it ends up being a struggle to read through.