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Doctor Who: Episode-by-Episode. Volume 6 - Colin Baker [Kindle Edition]

Ray Dexter
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Book Description

Everybody watches Doctor Who the wrong way. Ever since the widespread availability of VCR's and their subsequently more advanced offspring, fans of the show have been able to watch Doctor Who whenever they want and in whatever order they want. This is not how the show should be watched. It's about an evolving narrative over forty years. This book is the fifth in a series that chronicles, analyses and reviews all of Doctor Who in the order it was shown, episode-by-episode, as it should have been watched.

Isn't it about time you did the same?

This book covers the Colin Baker incarnation of the Doctor between 1984 and 1986.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 933 KB
  • Print Length: 134 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00G1OA400
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #235,026 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

Ray Dexter is an English writer and educator with many freelance credits to his name. His current work is on his 12 Volume 'Doctor Who: Episode-by-Episode' series. He has recently published Volume 6, which unsurprisingly covers the 6th Doctor's era. He has published travelogues and industry specific books too. He hopes to find the time to write the rock n roll novel he's been planning for 5 years, and a humorous guide to all of the UK's motorway service stations: an admittedly niche market!

Ray is very tall and keeps his fingers in many pies. He is an in-demand speaker on educational pedagogy, especially related to the IB Diploma Programme.

He is hard to tie down and writes when he gets the chance. He has two children and you can read about how that came about in The Hungarian Girl Trap!

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By Richard
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Another enjoyable read. Particularly enjoyed the section on the cancellation, very informative. Hoping to purchase the McCoy years sometime soon?.....
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5.0 out of 5 stars Please make us happy soon. 12 Jan. 2015
By dfb
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Zoomed through all these books in a few days. We are all awaiting the Sylvestor McCoy book. Please make us happy soon.
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4.0 out of 5 stars decently fair to the sixth doctor 10 May 2014
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Honestly, this volume was much more fair and balanced towards the Colin Baker era than I was expecting after having read the Peter Davison volume. While there is some unevenness in the writing: for example, the author, in the middle of the vengeance on varos review, goes on and on about what a brilliant story it is, yet closes a paragraph with "I can see why they canceled the show" - the book is relatively evenhanded in its assessment of the Colin Baker era. Of course, the obligatory trashing of Timelash is there, although there are some surprises in other reviews. For example, episode one of Attack of the Cybermen gets four stars, and the overall assessment of Trial of a Timelord is highly positive.

Overall, this volume comes across as more of an actual review of the Colin Baker era than the previous volume did as a review of the Peter Davison era. After having read the Davison volume, I was assuming that every single story in this volume would get a negative review, but I was pleasantly surprised. I will be curious to see how the Sylvester McCoy era fares.
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