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on 14 January 2014
This book is a warming collection of personal annecdotes from people of all ages, creeds and countries reflecting on how Doctor Who has influenced their lives since the programme was launched in 1963. It is a fitting fan tribute to a great British TV (even cultural?) institution that can be enjoyed by anyone, from ardent Whovian to casual viewer. An excellent entry into the recent tsunami of 50th anniversary-oriented publications.
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on 21 March 2014
If you are a fan of doctor who, then you will love this. With a passage written by richard curtis; the doctor and i gives insight to whovians (around the world and of all ages), how they became fans of the show, who their favourite doctors are and why they love the show.
Highly recommend to all whovians
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on 7 August 2014
Brilliant idea to get people to write of their individual experiences of following the Dr Who series - some from the onset others just recently. Will bring back many memories for those of us who love Dr Who.!
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on 7 May 2015
A truly amazing book I love reading about what other doctor who fans think about the show or how it makes them feel or even how they got into the show definitely recommend because it's a good read
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