Running Through Corridors by Rob Shearman and Toby Hadoke was a very readable account of a marathon through 60s Who with a remit of trying to be as positive as possible. Like me, however, they struggle with Richard Martin's directorial style! But they had a few new ways at looking at that era of WHO which makes me want to dig a few eps out again.
When I can concentrate (difficult at the moment) I am flicking through SPIRAL SCRATCH, Gary Russell's take on The Sixth Doctor's Final Adventure. It's readable and exactly the kind of undemanding read I need right now. Though I suspect I would otherwise judge it a bit harsher.
Last Edit: May 18, 2011 17:34:20 GMT by The Doctor