Doctor Who: The Anti-Hero - Stella Duffy

I've been reading a number of Doctor Who novels and short stories lately, and all in all I really enjoyed them. This Time Trip short story features the Second Doctor and his companions and I have to admit that I didn't know anything about them.


So it's not possible for me to review the portrayal given in this short story. However, the story I found very interesting and I liked it a lot. It's set in Ancient Alexandria and features the Muses, thus teaching some of the old Greek mythology.


My only problem with it was that it was too short. I would have loved to read this as a longer story, perhaps a full novel.


Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!


Other Doctor Who novels I've read and reviewed:

* 12th Doctor:

Silhouette (Killer Origami), The Blood Cell (Prison) The Crawling Terror (Giant Insects)

* 11th Doctor:

Touched by an Angel (Weeping Angels)

* 10th Doctor:

Keeping Up With The Joneses (Strange village)

* 3rd Doctor:

The loneliness of the Long Distance Time-Traveller (Alternative England)

* War Doctor:
The Engines of War ("Ex-ter-mi-nate!")