|Reviews for Lords of the Storm|
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|Conventional, But Entertaining|
|By:||David Layton, Los Angeles, United States|
|Date:||Thursday 10 February 2005|
|Rating: || 6|
Conventional, but entertaining. That summarizes most of McIntee's Who novels. McIntee, I think, has written more Who novels than anyone else. The reason for this may be that his books are always safe. One knows what one will get - plenty of action, not too excessive violence, a believalbe plot (the one exception is "Mission:Impractical"). The Sontarans are returned to status as credible menaces after their deplorable characterization in "Invasion Of Time," and weak characterization in "The Two Doctors." McIntee has been working through the history of his own alien race, the Chinese-inspired Tzun, whose fate as a race gets explained here.