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Book #49: Festival of Death

Festival of Death by Jonathan Morris is hard to write a review for. It centers around the Fourth Doctor and his companions K-9 and Romana. They visit a place in hyperspace called the G-Lock and attempt to save it from utter destruction without changing their own timelines.

When the first visit the G-Lock, everyone seems to know them already. Well, at least those who aren't dead yet. They quickly realize that although this is their first adventure, they must travel back in time before the disaster. The novel is written in a series of continuous loops, taking the readers on the same adventure the characters go on. Often, events from earlier are repeated, but always through a different character's perspective.

Although it's a fast-paced book in the beginning, it becomes too bogged down by intricate twists and turns and redundant information. Because the Doctor and Romana observe themselves each time they visit the G-Lock, the reader always knows what's coming next. It gets rather boring because there's nothing to anticipate.

Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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