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Doctor Who: The Roots of Evil: Fourth Doctor (Doctor Who Digital)
Doctor Who: The Roots of Evil: Fourth Doctor (Doctor Who Digital)
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5.0 out of 5 stars The WHO: My (re)Generation, 12 Jun 2013
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Very enjoyable 4th Doctor story with knowing nods to stories from the era, in particular Face of Evil. Could have done with more of the Doctor himself, but hey it 's a short story. Leela was just as I remember her from the show and the Target books. This was clearly written by a fan and someone who loves the show. My hat and multicoloured scarf are off to you, Mr Reeve!


Doctor Who Don't Blink Coffee Mens Tshirt (Turquoise on White)
Doctor Who Don't Blink Coffee Mens Tshirt (Turquoise on White)

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3.0 out of 5 stars It is WHITE!!!, 12 Jun 2013
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Probably a bit unfair giving this 3 stars but photo looks like grey marl and green, which would be more in keeping with a certain coffee chain. Tshirt is however TURQUOISE ON WHITE!(as it clearly says in the title, admittedly). It would help if I could read, but still is not quite what the photo indicates, so be careful if like me, shiny photo supersedes big long words like turquoise!


Doctor Who: The Nameless City: Second Doctor (Doctor Who Digital)
Doctor Who: The Nameless City: Second Doctor (Doctor Who Digital)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Who could ask for more?, 27 Feb 2013
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Very enjoyable modern episode style story of the Second Doctor and Jamie, and a huge improvement on Eoin Colfer's disappointing effort. Like Russell T Davies, Michael Scott has regenerated (sorry, I couldn't resist) this series and I now look forward to the Third Doctor story; whereas if this had not been up to scratch, my journey through time and e-books would have been short-lived. Perhaps Mr Colfer should have been saved for Colin Baker's story, then its poor quality would have somehow seemed fitting. In the Nameless City, we get a classic Doctor Who set up, a fast exciting pace, an amusing cameo, a proper enemy, respect for the characters and a satisfying resolution. Who could ask for more?


Me Cheeta: The Autobiography
Me Cheeta: The Autobiography
by Cheeta
Edition: Paperback
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4.0 out of 5 stars me laugh out loud, 29 Aug 2009
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Laugh out loud funny at times, but runs out of steam before the end. Makes you want to delve further into the seamier stories that Cheeta hints at or more often just blatantly points out. Essential reading for anyone with an interest in the Hollywood era or remembers the tarzan movies fondly and never liked Jane (or Boy).


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