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January Books 24) Judgement day, by Scott Gray

Sadly the very last of the SJA audiobooks, read by Anjli "Rani" Molhindra, about the kidnapping and trial of Sarah Jane by an alien race with an unhealthy devotion to the truth. It's a decent tale, well read by Malhotra, which actually probes at Sarah's own motives and actions and the slightly ambiguous moral basis for them, a bit more deeply and more effectively than one might have expected from an audio book for younger listeners. It's very vivid in places, perhaps reflecting author Scott Gray's experience in comics.

I was going to do a full roundup of all the Sarah Jane audiobooks here, but I realise that I still have two to listen to - The White Wolf and The Shadow People - so will report back when I have done them.
Tags: bookblog 2012, doctor who, doctor who: sarah jane
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