Wednesday Shelf Control is a bookish meme hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies on a weekly basis.
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And now we move onto another Wednesday Shelf Control post!
Today’s featuring book is…
Doctor Who: Tales of Trensalore: The Eleven’th Doctor Last Stand
by Mark Morris, Justin Richards, George Mann, Paul Finch
How I got it:
I purchased a Russian eBook copy from Litres.ru
When I got it:
2015, I guess.
Why I want to read it:
I used to be a Doctor Who trash. I could say that I still am, but that would partially be a lie, because I dropped watching it ever since the end of Season 9. I didn’t like how Steven Moffat ruined the potential success of the Twelfth Doctor (and trust me, Peter Capaldi pulls it off very good, but!) while fully focusing on Clara being too exclusive to this Universe, and so as soon as she made her final appearance in the series, I stopped watching it. Clara’s role were WAY TOO EXAGGERATED, and the longer she stayed in the plot, the more annoying she became. I don’t even hate Rose Tyler as that much as I now hate Clara Oswald.
But anyways, I still loved DW at some point, and my favorite Doctors will always be Tenth and Eleventh, so I’m pretty much reading everything with them. I have several other DW books to read, but Tales of Trensalore stayed on my TBR list the longest out of them. And I hope I can get to read it soon, as I already miss this lovely raggedy man.
Are you a #Whovian? Who’s your favorite Doctor, and who’s your favorite Doctor’s companion? Maybe you also have a Doctor-Companion combination that you ultimately love (like I do with Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble)?
Until next time, folks!