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15 July 2012 @ 12:00 pm
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Doctor Who: Night of the HumansDoctor Who: Night of the Humans by David Llewellyn

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

It was definitely an interesting read, but I did find it a little difficult to get into at first. I didn't particularly empathise with any of the characters aside from Amy and the Doctor, obviously, but I did feel incredibly bad for the humans that were living on the planet. The ending I feel was expected, with those that you thought would survive doing so.

This book very much reminded me of The Doctor's Daughter, with the two sides, and being influenced by those generations before them. And I also thought the characterisation was spot on with the Doctor at the very least, with his emotions at the end of the book. Amy could go either way, I felt, but perhaps that could have something to do with me initially having some difficulty trying to pinpoint where in Amy's timeline the events took place. There were some touching lines that I liked a lot, but on the whole, it was an okay book, but it could have been better.

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