I've just ordered 2 books from my local library. Of course, they only have book 1 and book 3. Why can't they get books in sequence? So my question is - do you have to read them in order, or can you read them as separate stories?
I would recommend reding in order to be honest as while each book is a very seperate case there are important continuous threads that would make more sense. Book depository have book two brand new for just over £4 if that helps. I'd gladly lend mine but its a signed first edition.
'There is no future for e-books, because they are not books. E-books smell like burned fuel.' Ray Bradbury (RIP)
I have emailed the library about getting in book 2 - it just doesn't make sense to me that they don't have it. However, I think I'm gonna ask for them for my birthday pressy next month, cos I doubt the library will get them to me before then.
I've read his novelisation of his Doctor Who serial Remembrance Of The Daleks, and also his Doctor Who New Adventures book 'The Also People' (which I thought was excellent), but none of his non-Doctor Who stuff. They are definitely on my list though.