So, I used to buy and read all of the Doctor Who novels since the 2005 reboot. By the start of the eleventh Doctor however, they were getting a bit weak for me. I felt that in ways I had outgrown the books and they were a bit childish in ways for me. I stopped buying them for this reason. With the release of the book for the War Doctor, ‘The Engines of War’ I thought that it would be a worthwhile read, just for an extension to the story of the Doctor we never truly got to see. Well, I have finished reading it now and I couldn’t have been more wrong. My fears about the book being childish were entirely misplaced. I really loved it and it has earned its place in the Whoniverse for me. It is far from childish and offered a refreshing change from my usual read. It was a brilliant buy and for any Whovian, is in my opinion, a must read!
one birthday mrs hudson buys sherlock a big ugly jumper covered in bees
sherlock pretends to hate it but inside he’s just