I've waited a long time for this novelization. This story was one of my favorite all time Doctor Who adventures. Staring my favorite Doctor Tom Baker and favorite companion Lalla Ward. Some of it was filmed in Paris, a first for Doctor Who. It had a great guest cast Julian Glover, Catherine Schell, David Graham, Tom Chadbon. It also had a special cameo by John Cleese. The novelization gave this story more background stories on the characters, made them more interesting then they were on the show. Even gave John Cleese's character more things to do in the story, then stand around and gape. The author also did a great job with the Doctor and Romana, made me fall in love with the character all over again. Lalla ward did a great job narrating,I wish Tom Baker could of worked with her on this. Douglas Adams is still my favorite author. James Goss did a great job making Douglas script into a novel, I like to think Douglas would be proud of this work.
Of course not. They will return to menace more Doctors in the future. This was a classic story. Great action and suspense. The Doctor gets a new companion Victoria Waterfield. This was a great Dalek story. The Doctor gives them a bad beating. Great stuff.
Cute little story. Take the plot of Invasion of the body snatchers, set it in a London airport and you got the Faceless Ones. Spaceships disguised as airplanes, evil pilots, and nurses. Great stuff. Sadly this is Ben and Polly's last story. To bad they didn't have much to do in it. They both disappeared by the second episode and only appearing in the last 10 minutes of the last episode. They are important in Doctor Who history. They were the first companions to witness the first time the Doctor Regenerates. That changed everything, and set the stage for the future of Doctor Who. In my opinion they deserved a better last adventure.