Doctor Who: The Visual Dictionary

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DK Pub., 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 111 pages
21 Reviews
One of the most successful television series on both sides of the Atlantic, Doctor Who commands huge audiences of adults and children alike. The secrets of the mysterious time traveler, known only as the Doctor, lie within the pages of Doctor Who: The Visual Dictionary. A must-have for fans, the book is packed with monsters, gadgets, and all sorts of wonders from across time and space.

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Review: Doctor Who: The Visual Dictionary

User Review  - Stacy - Goodreads

I thought I was a decent Whovian. I was wrong. I had absolutely no idea how much I had missed in the shows. I now consider myself properly educated, thanks to this book. Read full review

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User Review  - Adeela - Goodreads

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About the author (2009)

Jacqueline Rayner has written numerous "Doctor Who" novels, as well as many other science fiction books. She lives in Essex with her husband and twin sons, along with a number of cats, guinea pigs, gerbils, and goldfish.

David John grew up in Wales. As a teenager he was an assistant to the future British prime minister Gordon Brown. After that, he made his career in publishing, editing popular books on history and science. In 2009 he moved to Germany to write Flight from Berlin. He now lives in London, after spending several months in Seoul, South Korea, researching his second novel.

Conceived, designed and written by Guy Harvey and Simon Beecroft in collaboration with Studio Moulinsart.

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