Reviewed by Kathryn A on 8th January 2010 (5)
Tags: Short Story
Summary:The importance of shoes, socks, scarves and other things.
This is the third story I've read where Susan Pevensie becomes a companion of the Doctor. One would think, therefore, that the idea would become old, or stale, but no, this story manages to be fresh all over again. Part of the reason, I think, is because this Susan is different from the other two; a different characterisation, but still in character. It has the feel of a winter thaw; the slow warming of Susan's broken heart. I like how Susan is Not Impressed, practical and with growing affection, rather like Romana.