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Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus by Philip…
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Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus, by Philip Hinchcliffe from Terry Nation's script, was the first new First Doctor novel published for four years (after Doctor Who and the Tenth Planet, and the three 1960s ones) and only one more was published in the next four years. It seemed an odd choice at the time, and it seems an odd choice now; I can only assume that Hinchcliffe had some particular personal interest in the story (this was his third and last - so far - novelisation, the other two being the much more obvious choices of The Masque of Mandragora and The Seeds of Doom). It starts off somewhat juvenile in style, but picks up as Hinchcliffe gets into the story. The third episode (of six) drags a bit, but it's a decent effort. ( )
  nwhyte | Mar 20, 2008 |
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