Doctor Who: Heart of Stone - Trevor Baxendale

I still have to watch the last season of Doctor Who, but since I don't have a lot of time I'm coping for the moment with reading these short Doctor Who books. Which also focus on characters that I like better.


The 11th Doctor, Amy and Rory find themselves on a farm where they find some weird moon rock. Definitely something strange is going on.


I really quite liked this one. It was a reading an episode of the series. which always is a good thing. It was a very quick read as well, the story moved fast and there was a nice mystery to solve. The characters from the series were portrayed very well in my opinion. I would certainly pick up other Doctor Who novels by this author.


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), Lights Out (No More Coffee

* 11th Doctor:

Touched by an Angel (Weeping Angels), Death Riders (Deadly Carnival)

* 10th Doctor:

Keeping Up With The Joneses (Strange village)

* 4th Doctor:

The Drosten's Curse (Weirdness)

* 3rd Doctor:

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

* 2nd Doctor:

The Anti-Hero (Ancient Alexandria)

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