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Encyclopedia Of Doctor Who,
This review is from: Doctor Who: Who-ology (Dr Who) (Hardcover)
This is a very well researched book by Big Finish writer's Cavan Scott & Mark Wright who have written many Big Finish audio adventures including the Forge Trilogy.
This book has a wealth of information & is more or less an A-Z Encyclopedia of Doctor Who.
The attention to detail in this book is simply stunning & covers everything from episodes, Sonic Screwdrivers, The Tardis, Enemies & Allies & much much more.....
The authors certainly haven't skimped on anything, Giving well detailed synopsis on all facts & facets of Doctor Who.
Every possible fact has been unearthed & researched barring the return of the recent missing episodes which I'm sure a update of this book will surface in the near future.
This book is a hardback cover & if your new to Doctor Who then this is an essential purchase & even seasoned fan's may find out some trivia that they previously didn't know about.
A highly Recommended book & a testament to the exellent attention to detail from researchers of Cavan Scott & Mark Wright.
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Initial post: 10 Nov 2013 11:14:32 GMT
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Paul Wilcox says:
Good review but this book is not as enjoyable for me as I was hoping. Plenty of entries but I was constantly thinking up other things the authors could add. Mind you a book like this can never be complete.
Maybe I was expecting something a bit more basic. Personally I prefer Doctor Who: Book of Lists by Justin Richards. Favourite entry is listing every Doctor and Companion's disappearence from an episode (60's era) and the real life explanation.
I'd recommend Time & Space Visualiser: The story and history of Doctor Who as data visualisations (check out my review)
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