|Reviews for Doctor Who and the Masque of Mandragora|
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|Date:||Thursday 27 September 2007|
|Rating: || 8|
Philip Hincliffe seems a lot more at home within his "own" era (his foray into the Hartnell era with "The Keys of Marinus" sadly failed to impress). The gothic horror direction he took the show during his time as producer comes across in this book and I actually enjoyed revisiting this story. Possibly the best written sequences involve the opening scenes in the TARDIS (love the boot cupboard) and the Mandragora Helix.