Silhouette by Justin Richards ~ Review

Doctor Who: Silhouette (New Series Adventures, #53)My Review:
Only the second Doctor Who novelization I have read, this one was tons of fun, set in Victorian England with the Pater Noster Gang.

The Doctor and Clara join Madame Vastra, Strax, and Jenny solving a mystery of missing carnival performers. Can they solve the mystery before any more are killed?

A fun and exciting adventure, with the 12th Doctor and Clara along with some of my favorite familiar faces. A quick and engaging read, blending humor and adventure in the classic Doctor Who way, this book is excellent for those who are tired of waiting for the next Doctor Who episode. The few books that I have read, have been excellent and very true to the television series, with some of the plots being in my mind even better than the ones that made it to air on television. So for anyone with doubts about the books being as good as the show, I would advise them not to worry, the books are just as well done, and written by true fans who work hard to make them true to the brand.

Overall this was a great adventure, lighter than some, but full of Strax's hilarious and obliviously serious humor. There was some brief language for those concerned with that, but nothing too serious. I don't want to spoil any of the plot by telling you what happened and what marvelous things and being they came across. I think one of my favorite things about this book was the Pater Noster Gang more of the wonderful Strax! Definitely something I would recommend to Who fans!

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