July Books 6) Martha in the Mirror, by Justin Richards
This is the third book by Justin Richards I have got through in the last two months - I started listening to Freema Agyeman reading it on the way back from the Hague on Friday and finished it doing the shopping this afternoon. I wasn't overwhelmed; I thought Richards had caught Martha and Ten very nicely, but I got distracted by wondering how your physiology would work if you got turned into glass, and I also wasn't sure that the plot bore close scrutiny. In fact, I felt it would have made a better comic strip story than an audio (or paper) book. But a decent enough effort.