Author has written 15 stories for Doctor Who.
I am a lover of any humour and think sarcasm is a gift. I am grateful to any people who review, I'll try to mention you in my author's notes! I don't own anything I quote from, and I also, try as I might (in my attempts to kidnap dear old Stevie Moffat/ Russel T Davis in his day) don't own Doctor Who. Which is extremely very not fair. On with my views on the characters:
1. Donna Noble. Donna was such a breath of fresh air after two characters who were completely in love with the Doctor. She's punchy, stands up for herself, confident but not arrogant, but breaks down in tears once in a while when her façade of being the tough, funny girl slips. I find her the most relatable character I've ever read about. And she acts EXACTLY like me.
2. Has to be Rose Tyler. This is not because she's in love with the Doctor. This is because I think she is extremely relatable to everybody who has ever "Fancied someone you shouldn't" to use Amy's words. And because the first time I was able to watch Doctor Who without screaming, she was the companion. AND SHE IS ROCKIN'!
However, I do believe she should have been expanded, especially with more hesitation over her decision to leave her whole world behind to stay with the Doctor. And also her relationship with Mickey should have been finalised.
3. Amy is one of the companions that will get better along the series. At the moment, she is slightly cliché, a little cocky, and her lines and plot lines are both unreliable and also cringy. My least favourite part was when she tried to seduce the Doctor. WHY? This was a completely plotless part of the scene. Amy was getting married in the morning and she tries to ask the Doctor to...I mean, what is the point?
I could have understood if it was actually important to the storyline, but the only reason I can think of is that Stephen Moffat decided to fill up the last few minutes of the the show and couldn't think of any ideas, except meaningless...I think you probably know what I'm gonna say! It's slightly worrying that a script-writer, who should know how to edit TV shows, has to put THAT in instead of a well written, meaningful conversation.