The Brilliant Book 2011, Book 2011

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BBC Worldwide, 2010 - Performing Arts - 131 pages
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Celebrate the rebirth of the UK's number one family drama series with this lavish hardback, containing everything you need to know about the Eleventh Doctor's first year.

Explore Amy Pond's home village, Leadworth, read a lost section from Churchill's memoirs that covers his adventures with the Doctor, and learn all about the legend of the Weeping Angels. See how the Constant Warrior protected the Pandorica for almost 2,000 years, how the monsters are made and discover the trade secrets of writing a thrilling Doctor Who script. Plus interviews with all of the key players and a few secret celebrity guests...

Including contributions from executive producer Steven Moffat, stars Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, and scriptwriters Mark Gatiss and Gareth Roberts, among others, and packed with beautiful original illustrations and never-before-seen pictures, The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who is the ultimate companion to the world's most successful science fiction series.

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User Review  - Stevil2001 - LibraryThing

Okay, it's a little weird to be reading a guide to the first series of eleventh Doctor adventures just after the last one has gone out, but whatever. The Brilliant Book 2011 is a charming guide to the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Stevil2001 - LibraryThing

Okay, the cover's not as nice, but in most other ways this is an improvement upon its already-quite-good predecessor. I remember not liking the 2011 series very much as it aired, but this book got me ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Clayton Hickman was the longest-serving editor of Panini Comics' Doctor Who Magazine, and a regular interviewee on Doctor Who Confidential. He has written for Big Finish's Doctor Who audio dramas and short story collections, and he designed Russell T Davies' 2008 book Doctor Who: The Writer's Tale. Clayton also designs the covers of the classic Doctor Who DVD range.

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