Reading the Forking novel is going to be a little odd for me. Mixed with my general ambivalence to the doctor who "genre", and an incredible familiarity with the starting location (Reads like there's been a fork in history, and Bond University has ben replaced by Scase University which took over JCU in NQ), I can't imagine not having both preconceived ideas yet an automatic familiarity with it. However, it has been very easy to get "into". I am trying hard to read it in a way which is impartial, so I can prioritise my suggestions (if I come up with any). Once again my curiousity has been irreversebly piqued by a casual remark about the book in relation to real life.