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Copper Armour For Miss Jones (Doctor Who)

Reviewed by Kathryn A on 10th August 2008 (18)
Tags: Short Story
Characters: Harriet Jones, Bayldon Copper

Summary: Harriet Jones learns that Copper can be much, much more valuable than gold. (Spoilers for "The Stolen Earth")

This story delighted me by saving a favourite character, by doing it plausibly, and by having both Miss Jones and Mr. Copper being their lovely selves.

A Slight Change of Plan (Doctor Who)

Reviewed by Kathryn A on 10th August 2008 (19)
Tags: Vignette, AU Jossed
Characters: Ninth Doctor

Summary: He'd been promised a tabula rasa....

I like this because it adds another twist to what the Time Lords asked the Doctor to do to end the Time War. This is his reflections on that, on them, on himself. The writing is poetic and heartrending.

Quote:Oh, miserable brethren, loomed and larger than life, and looming large in blessed, hated memory. Come back and make me miserable, and I will bless you, and love you.

Walk Out with Me to the Unknown Region (Doctor Who)

Reviewed by Kathryn A on 21st May 2009 (26)
Tags: Novel

Summary: Given the slightest opportunity, chance, the universe's bastard child by chaos, tends toward life.

This follows on from "Parting of the Ways"; what happened on the Game Station, afterwards. This story may or may not be AU, but it's an interesting idea: What if Jack wasn't the only one touched by the Bad Wolf, not the only one dragged back into life? Unfortunately, the summary of the story was so vague that I never read this story until it was recced on Calufrax.

The writing style glints with the occasional gem. The Interludes about the Controller, they sing.

I love the characterisation of Lynda; fighting against her own insecurities because she has to. But not only that, the plot turns from aftermath into epic; not just a disaster movie, but with further and interesting undercurrents which are extrapolated so plausibly from what we know.

A lovely, lovely story.