BASED ON THE POPULAR BBC TELEVISION SERIAL
You can download for FREE this comprehensive guide to the novelisations of broadcast Doctor Who. Now in it's Second Edition, with updated listings, additional information and an
in-depth essay on the different editions of Doctor Who and the Day of the Daleks.
Every book adapted from the television episodes (plus a few from other broadcast media) is covered, from the Doctor's first Exciting Adventure with the Daleks to the latest novelisation of Douglas Adams' The Pirate Planet. Every edition is listed with original prices and cover details, back-cover story teasers and chapter titles, plus extensive notes relating to the books and their iconic artwork.
There's a wealth of information about the original books, their reprints and audiobook readings. Find out which story was novelised the soonest after broadcast; which season is the only one to have all its stories adapted in broadcast order; what New Series episodes have books based on them; which title has the most editions (26 to date!); where else cover artwork has appeared; and much more.
Based On The Popular BBC Television Serial will be kept up to date with new editions every six months as further audiobooks and reprints are issued, and new information is added. It's therefore provided as a fully linked and bookmarked PDF which is absolutely FREE for you to download and use on your PC or tablet. All we ask is that if you do find the book useful and informative, appreciate the months of work that have gone into compiling it, or would like to support future updates, then please consider donating whatever you consider an appropriate amount via PayPal. Many thanks for your support.
Based On The Popular BBC Television Serial; 168 pages, colour; Compiled and edited by Paul Smith; Published by Wonderful Books; Interactive PDF; FREE
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