Doctor Who Classics: The Myth Makers / The Gunfighters
by Donald Cotton
This book is Donald Cotton's novelizations of his two first Doctor historical stories quite literally jammed together-- the page numbering starts over again and everything. I'd not seen The Myth Makers (of course, as it's a lost episode), and his novelization of it is good fun, having the Doctor reject the idea of the Trojan Horse as being absurd. It's narrated by Homer himself, and we get to learn how the man became blind. The Gunfighters I have seen and found dull, but fortunately the novel is a bit more entertaining, though it sort of drags on at the end. Much like the television serial, really.