Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Review: Silhouette by Justin Richards

Books are great. What can make a book better? Adding Doctor Who to it, of course.  From the great people at Blogging for Books I was given the chance to read Doctor Who: Silhouette by Justin Richards.  Having never read a Doctor Who book I was hoping it would be a decent read. I was not disappointed. It was like a written episode of Doctor Who.

Reading Silhouette felt like Doctor Who had been crossed with a whodunit novel, which for me was great. The 12th Doctor, Clara, Victorian England. What more do you need?  I had a good time reading this book. It was an easy relaxing read.  I would recommend this book to anyone who is a Doctor Who fan.
For more info on the book go here: Silhouette
Author Info: Justin Richards
Without giving away the whole story, you have the Doctor, Clara, and a few acquaintances trying to track down who is behind a few bizarre murders. Lots of Whovian fun.

I only have two negatives to say about this book. One is there were a few typos that annoyed me. Second, if you don't know anything about the Whoverse, you might be confused while reading this. There really isn't any back story given about the main characters so if you don't know who they are, what a Tardis is or a sonic screw driver, this probably won't be the book for you.

*I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.*
**All opinions in this blog are mine and mine alone*

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