|Reviews for The Forgotten Army|
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|Date:||Thursday 3 June 2010|
|Rating: || 10|
brian minchin is a genuis, the who story line was phenominal. i really got into the story. welll written.
this story is about a mammoth in the new york history musuem. the fbi are ready to shoot it down but the doctor has other plans. come on a white mamoth? might aswell be something else?
|By:||C G Harwood, Dunedin, NZ, New Zealand|
|Date:||Thursday 19 August 2010|
|Rating: || 6|
I have loved the first to books in the 11th Doctor series, so i had huge expectations for this one (maybe that was the problem). Unfortuanatly I really didn't like this one.
The plot was very silly, and the constant amount of sarcasm between the Dr and Amy was great the first few times but after a while just started to get on my nerves. The police and NYPD Commander Jackie Stebbins I didn't care about and if they were all wiped out it wouldn't have worred me.
What i did like thoe was there were a lot of referances to the tv series, particaly the Dalek 2 parter set in New York when Tennent was the Dr. And I particualy loved the referance to Torchwood - Children of Earth.
This book was ok, there was enought in it to keep me reading and I did want to know what happened next. I will put this in the same pile as Sting of the Zygons, and Love and War (new adventure novel) - ok i've read it, now it will be on my bookshelf gathering dust.
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|By:||Adam Regula, Horseheads, NY, United States|
|Date:||Wednesday 9 March 2011|
|Rating: || 7|
Not as bad as some people are making it out to be. I thought The Forgotten Army was a good read, but not as good as the first two 11th Doctor novels. The mastodon - ship was the coolest part in my opinion; and when the doctor tries to cram himself into it had me cracking up.
Worth the read for a fun afternoon.