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Doctor Who: A Short History of Everyone

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This book was also updated with new entries to cover topics from the Thirteenth Doctor's era and the "Classic Era" of Doctor Who. Doctor Who: A Short History Of Everyone covers a large majority of the characters and events which have taken place in recent years of the television programme.And if you remember the episodes of 11 with Amy, Rory, and River you will remember that "an image of an angel becomes itself an angel" so actually having this image doesn't make any sense. Für langjährige, eingefleischte Fans könnten die kurzen Abrisse zu einzelnen Spezies zu oberflächlich sein, aber um sich einen groben Überblick zu verschaffen, ist dies eine sehr gute Empfehlung! it is fascinating, and the comments from different doctors (mostly 11th, 12th and 13th) are very funny!

Whether you read it on or behind the sofa, this book provides a wealth of information about the monsters and villains that have made Doctor Who the tremendous success it has been over the years, and the galactic phenomenon that it is today.To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. This book brings together the best - and the worst - of his enemies, companions, and fellow Time Lords. Dazu kommt, dass das Buch ein sehr aktuelles ist, was mich letztendlich zum Kauf bewegt hat, zusammen mit dem Blick ins Inhaltsverzeichnis.

Compiled from the vety best guides to the world of Doctor Who (with new entries from the Doctor herself), this is the ultimate book on the most magical of universes.Of course, if all the events and characters from 59 years of Doctor Who had been included, then the book would probably have been too heavy to lift. For instance, the book has an extensive (though not exhaustive) encyclopedia of foes, enemies, creatures etc that the Doctor has encountered. I know the book is supposedly for children, and is a super easy read, but seems a bit too removed from the lore for my tastes to be taken as a serious medium of encyclopedia Who-knowledge. The Thirteenth Doctor reveals she " can't remember much" about the life of the War Doctor, but she hopes her successor will, stating that the War Doctor deserves to be remembered.

The book is packed with information although it really concentrates on the latter years as opposed to the classic years and so there is no mention of the Zarbi from the Web Planet, Aridian Mire Beasts and Mechanoids from The Chase or The Master of the Land of Fiction from The Mind Robber, to name just a few.

Furthermore, the material taken from The Companion's Companion was entirely rewritten to be from the Doctor's perspective instead of that of Clara Oswald, and information about monsters and adversaries from The Dangerous Book of Monsters was given an expanded focus on the "Classic Era" as the original book was primarily focused on those seen since 2005. As a consolidated edition of most of the previous instalments in the series — How to be a Time Lord, The Dangerous Book of Monsters, and The Companion's Companion — A Short History of Everyone contained a significant amount of material previously written by both Craig Donaghy and Justin Richards.

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