|Reviews for Loving the Alien|
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after reading some of the 8th doctor's adventures and getting sick of Sabbath, I need a change and picked up Loving the Alien. Although the alternate realites storylines are hard to follow I really enjoyed this story. The fact that the Doctor is being held responsible for his changes in history makes for a great story (even though everything turns out ok at the end). all in all, very enjoyable with one of my favorite docs.
|Date:||Sunday 22 February 2004|
|Rating: || 10|
This was the first 7th Doctor PDA I bought- although I found it confusing at first with all the parallel storylines, I found it challenging and moving to read. A brilliant book.
|Confusing and long-winded|
|By:||Karina, Melbourne, Australia|
|Date:||Saturday 15 April 2006|
|Rating: || 4|
This was the first Dr Who novel I had read, and frankly I was disappointed. It started well, but once I hit the sixth chapter it was hard-going. It introduced characters that it was assumed I knew from previous novels/episodes. Multiple-dimensions and killing off Ace at the beginning just left me cold. I had to struggle to finish it. Maybe it's just the way my brain is wired. :0)
|By:||Hatman, Next to Traveller|
|Date:||Friday 26 May 2006|
|Rating: || 5|
Not very good. Not everything is explained, leaving a tangled mess of a book. seems a bit disjointed. not at all ace.
|By:||the Traveller, The House of Ramesh|
|Date:||Sunday 28 May 2006|
|Rating: || 7|
An entertaining, if rather confusing book. I agree with Hatman below, the plot does seem a bit disjointed. However, the character of Ace comes out better in print rather than screen, and the continuing story of the Doctor finding Ace's corpse is rounded off nicely.