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History of the Kings of Britain (Doctor Who)

Reviewed by Kathryn A on 10th August 2008 (13)
Tags: Short Story

Summary:Ancelyn and Bambera: happily ever after, with sword fights.

There aren't enough Ancelyn and Bambera stories. A warning, first, that this story contains the f-word and references to pre-marital sex, so I guess it would be rated 'teen'. But the reasons for that are character-related, so it wasn't gratuitous. I like how these two are portrayed; very much in love, but not soppy. Bambera is absolutely no-nonsense, still, and Ancelyn is heroically romantic, still. Then the bit at the end just made me go "Awwww".

My Mathematical Mind (Doctor Who)

Reviewed by Kathryn A on 21st May 2009 (15)
Tags: Short Story

Summary: Rose crosses paths with alternate versions of herself. She recognizes one small fraction of herself, at least, in every one.

What it says on the tin; because, of course, if one is building a dimension-hopper, one would meet alternative versions of oneself. But open up this tin, it is beautiful inside. It's sort of like a Cubist painting; dynamic fragments making up a whole; not a linear narrative, but a narrative all the same.