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on 14 April 2013
Sightseeing in Space contains two action-packed original Doctor Who adventures written for younger fans of the BBC television series, which stars Matt Smith as the Doctor. In The Web in Space and Terminal of Despair the Doctor finds himself aboard mysterious spaceships where danger seems to lurk at every turn. . .

One time travelling doctor, two thrilling adventures.

In The Web in Space, a distress signal calls the TARDIS to the Black Horizon, a spaceship under attack from the Empire of Eternal Victory. But the robotic scavengers are the least of the Doctor's worries. Something terrifying is waiting to trap him in space. . .

And in Terminal of Despair the TARDIS crew is quarantined in Terminal 4000, where the hideous Desponds have destroyed the hopes of all awaiting passengers. Can the Doctor and his friends help them escape without succumbing to despair themselves?

The return of the classic BBC television series Doctor Who in 2005 has created a new generation of young fans - Steve Lyons's The Web in Space and David Bailey's Terminal of Despair contained in Sightseeing in Space are perfect reads for younger readers who can't get enough of the doctor. Further Doctor Who adventures, Death Riders/Heart of Stone, The Good, the Bad and the Alien, Step Back in Time, Alien Adventures and Monstrous Missions, are also available from BBC.

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on 4 June 2015
Great read throughly enjoyed this book no problems at all
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on 9 March 2013
I didn't realise when ordering, that these books were more for younger readers, than for some of us older people
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