11 Doctor’s, 11 Stories, 11 Ratings

How do you rate short stories? For a while I’d rated collections just as a whole, but after a time it felt like it made more sense to read them story by story! The ratings below aren’t through CAWPILE, but they are my individual ratings for each of the short stories from a Doctor Who 50th Anniversary collection.

I’m actually getting rid of this book. I’m donating it to my old primary (elementary) school, so these were on post-it notes at the start of each story. And I don’t want to lose them. So I thought I’d post them here.

1: A Big Hand for the Doctor by Eoin Colfer – 4*

2: The Nameless City by Michael Scott – 2*

3: The Spear of Destiny by Marcus Sedgwick – 3.5*

4: The Root of All Evil by Philip Reeve – 4*

5: Tip of the Tongue by Patrick Ness – 4.5*

6: Something Borrowed by Richelle Mead – 4*

7: The Ripple Effect by Malorie Blackman – 5*

8: Spore by Alex Scarrow -4*

9: The Beast of Babylon by Charlie Higson – 3*

10: The Mystery of the Haunted Cottage by Derek Landy – 3.5*

11: Nothing O’Clock by Neil Gaiman – 4.5*

Have you read any Doctor Who books? And how do you rate short stories? Let me know!

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