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Mind Over Matter (House/X-Men)

Reviewed by Kathryn A on 29th July 2007 (31)
Tags: Novella

The mutant telepathic attack on the world's population in X-Men: United has some unusual repercussions at Princeton-Plainsboro.

This takes its premise and runs with it, gives us a meaty, juicy story. Two things especially good about this story are (a) the way the plot develops gradually, with things coming to light and the repercussions and implications being done thoughtfully; (b) House's characterisation, being his curious, sneaky, abrasive and backhandedly considerate self.