Book Reviews – ‘The Target Storybook’ (Doctor Who)

Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

This year’s ‘Nyssa Challenge’ mini-review season continues as we look into ‘The Target Storybook’ of ‘Doctor Who’. This is a collection of 15 short stories, which are ‘thrilling new adventures’ by writers and actors from the hit BBC TV series. This was a very fascinating and enjoyable collection of ‘Doctor Who’ short stories to read through.

The short story of interest from this collection is ‘The Dark River’ by Matthew Waterhouse. This features Adric and Nyssa and it takes place during the fourth episode of ‘The Visitation’. I had a great time reading that story by Matthew as well as the other stories featured in ‘The Target Storybook’ of ‘Doctor Who’.

Please feel free to check out; read and comment on my reviews for the stories featured in ‘The Target Storybook’ of ‘Doctor Who’. This includes reviews on ‘Gatecrashers’, ‘Journey Out of Terror’, ‘Save Yourself’, ‘The Clean Air Act’, ‘Punting’, ‘The Dark River’, ‘Interstitial Insecurity’, ‘The Slyther of Shoreditch’, ‘We Can’t Stop What’s Coming’, ‘Decoy’, ‘Grounded’, ‘The Turning of the Tide’, ‘Citation Needed’, ‘Pain Management’ and ‘Letters From The Front’.

You can purchase ‘The Target Storybook’ of ‘Doctor Who’ from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com.

Enjoy! 🙂

Stay tuned tomorrow for my updated/new reviews on ‘Thirteen Doctors, 13 Stories’ by Puffin/Penguin which includes ‘Tip of the Tongue’ featuring the Fifth Doctor and Nyssa.

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂

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