|12. InterWorld by Neil Gaiman and Michael Reeves - I do like Neil Gaiman's work. This was a fun take on alternate realities.|
|10. The Atlantis Prophecy by Thomas Greanias - sequel to Raising Atlantis. Not as riveting as the first, but still pretty fun. Rather reminded me of National Treasure in places.|
11. The Resurrection Casket by Justin Richards - another Doctor Who audiobook set during the Rose years. Robots and space pirates!
|8. Raising Atlantis by Thomas Greanias - fun little sci-fi jaunt to the Antarctic, tying in all the old cultures with the Atlantis legend.|
9. Pest Control by Peter Anghelides - another Doctor Who audiobook read by David Tennant; set during Donna's term as companion.
|6. Doomsday Book by Connie Willis - this story comes before the events in To Say Nothing of the Dog. The only character in common between the two is Mr Dunworthy. This one has a much more serious tone; no romp through time in this case, but still very good.|
7. Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox by Eoin Colfer - the latest in the series. I'd had it on my 'to read' list for at least six months (it went on the list a little before it was released), but I only just got around to getting it from the library. It was fun to see Opal Koboi again (the villain we love to hate).
|5. To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis - This was great fun. Time travel, incongruities, paradoxes, love stories, mysteries, seances... I laughed aloud more than once.|