|Reviews for The Last Dodo|
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|By:||The Next Doctor, Sunderland|
|Date:||Friday 4 May 2007|
|Rating: || 8|
This is a superbly well written book as it combines the great story telling of Jacqueline Raynor in 3rd person, while keeping Martha's dairy a fun and great way to be able to understand the book in the 1st person aspect
|A great story for Martha Jones|
The Last Dodo is a great book told (largly) from Martha's Perspective.
Fans of the fist and third Doctor will love spotting the referencess from thier era.
Highly Recommended and one of the strongest out of the three Tenth Doctor and Martha novilisations released so far.
|...all this and a point to make|
|By:||Patrick, Sydney, Australia|
|Date:||Sunday 16 December 2007|
|Rating: || 9|
After the appallingly awful "Earthworld" from several years ago, I was a little wary of Jacqeline's style. However, this time, she's come up trumps with a book that sustains an easy readability and also captures the style of its main characters well. The change of narrative style can take some getting used to, but I can forgive the jumps for two reasons: firstly, several wonderful laugh-out-loud moments; and secondly, an environmentalist\animal-lib sub-theme that isn't rammed too hard, but there for the enjoyment. Very nice work, Ms Rayner, 9 gold stars for your efforts:-)
a great story like jacqueline rayners book liked this one
|By:||Dododood, Ha ha suckers|
|Date:||Tuesday 25 December 2007|
|Rating: || 7|
Interesting is the only word i can think of too describe it. I won't say the mysterious secret of the dodo eggs, but i will encourage you to read it.
Interesting to say the least. As much as i love Doctor who, this book, i just couldnt put it down. Sure....its interesting, it gives out a lot of information and some nods/refrences to the past, but I found that unless you can really ingage in the book itself, you might just end up finishing it but after reading half of the book, it seemed to me that there was far to much in terms of know how and far to little actually going on. Some might love this book, i like it for some reasons, The Doctors represented well here and so is Martha however, the book itself dried up far to quickly in my point of view!