Doctor Who: The Five Doctors Social Sensitivity

Terrance Dicks
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There is little in Doctor Who: The Five Doctors that would cause concern for anyone. Unabashedly an adventure, the novel is not deeply concerned with social issues. Its villains are very bad, and the heroes try to overcome their own personal limitations to defeat evil. Good triumphs, and the principal villain receives a suitable punishment. Some readers might be irritated that the Doctor evades his leadership responsibilities and flees when informed that the Time Lords expect him to finally serve as their President. The Doctor is not a perfect person, and he prefers adventure to responsibility.

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