Like promised last week, Doctor Who book reviews are back with the next Eighth Doctor Adventures novel. This one's perhaps the first story that feels normal while still continuing the EDAs arc with Frontier Worlds:
Something a little different. Instead of a review, here's an essay reflecting on death and how America treats death using Caitlin Doughty's 2014 memoir Smoke Gets in Your Eyes & Other Lessons from the Crematory as a guide:
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