A Doctor Who review…
Vampire Science is the second instalment in the BBC series of novels, The Eighth Doctor Adventures, and continues the path of The Doctor and his companion Sam who were first introduced in The Eight Doctors.
In true Doctor Who style, there are already several adventures that the pair has embarked upon between the start of this book and where the last ended, that are only alluded to in the narrative. This presents a handy shortcut for Blum and Orman as authors to allow the protagonists to have built up more of an understanding than in the previous entry to series. Of course, The Doctor requires at least one confused bystander to impress in order to properly be The Doctor and in this book those roles are filled by Carolyn, a biochemist, Dr Shackle, a put-open Doctor (of the actual medical kind) and General Kramer of UNIT.
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