Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

July Books 19) Revolution Man, by Paul Leonard

Next in the series of BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures; Fitz, Sam and the Doctor find themselves caught up in a peculiar Chinese plot to subvert flower power and Take Overr The Wurld by use of a drug grown only by oppressed Tibetan monks. The plot is slightly better than I make it sound, but only slightly. But there are a lot of good character moments for both Sam and Fitz (who briefly gets brainwashed by Maoist cadres but recovers, lucky man), which redeems it a bit.
Tags: bookblog 2011, doctor who, doctor who: 08, writer: paul leonard

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