Camera Obscura

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BBC Worldwide, 2002 - Fiction - 280 pages
4 Reviews
The Doctor's second heart was taken from his body -- for his own good, he was told. Removed by his sometime ally, sometime rival, the mysterious time-traveller Sabbath. Now, as a new danger menaces reality, the Doctor finds himself working with Sabbath again. From a seance in Victorian London to a wild pursuit on Dartmoor, the Doctor and his companions work frantically to unravel the mystery of this latest threat to Time... Before Time itself unravels.

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Review: Doctor Who: Camera Obscura (Eighth Doctor Adventures #59)

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This is, by any estimation, the perfect 8th Doctor novel - possibly any Doctor. I've read it many times now, and it is on each reading as fresh, funny, sad, disturbing, prosaic, clever, witty, intelligent, descriptive, and just plain genius as ever before. Read. This. Book. Read full review

Review: Doctor Who: Camera Obscura (Eighth Doctor Adventures #59)

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Could not put it down. I won't argue that the Doctor's repeated escapes from the actual character Death strained even Whoniverse credulity to the breaking point, but . . . it was just so cool that I ... Read full review

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