Doctor Who: The Blood Cell by James Goss Review With Spoilers
Warning Of Spoilers!
This is a very self-contained, in terms of locale, Doctor Who story. It has almost no Tardis. In fact this story is more about the "Governor/Narrator/Classified Because of Spoilers Identities" than about the Doctor, or Clara, or even the scenario. And this is refreshing due to how constant exposition in a story can/could be exhausting/annoying for readers in the wrong way. Pacing-wise this means the story has to be set-up essentially from the ground up. While this slows things down the later chapters presumably provide reward enough for many readers to feel this is worth the cost. Finally while Daleks are the likely suspects they are not present in this story.