Ahistory: An Unauthorised History of the Doctor Who Universe

Ahistory: An Unauthorised History of the Doctor Who Universe

by Lars Pearson

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Overview

Ahistory: An Unauthorised History of the Doctor Who Universe by Lars Pearson, Lance Parkin

The Third Edition of AHistory amends and vastly expands the work of the sold-out Second Edition, continuing to incorporate the whole of Doctor Who into a single timeline. All told, this book takes nearly 1400 full-length Doctor Who stories and dates them in a single chronology --- starting with the Universe's origins and working its way forward to the end of time. Specifically, this Third Edition covers all Doctor Who TV episodes through Series 6 starring Matt Smith; all New Series Adventures up through The Silent Stars Go By (#50); the Big Finish audio range up through Army of Death (#155); all Torchwood episodes, novels and comics up through Series 4 (Miracle Day); all The Sarah Jane Adventures episodes, audios and webcomics up through Series 5; the K9 TV show; all Telos novellas; the IDW and Doctor Who Magazine comics; and a cornucopia of other Doctor Who spin-off series (the Bernice Summerfield novels and audios; Dalek Empire; Iris Wildthyme; Faction Paradox and more).

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016773827
Publisher: Mad Norwegian Press
Publication date: 06/28/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 784
File size: 412 KB

About the Author

Lance Parkin is a British author, best known for writing fiction and reference books for television series, in particular some of the most influential Doctor Who novels (Father Time, The Gallifrey Chronicles, etc.). He also worked on the Emmerdale television series as a production assistant.

Lars Pearson is one of the foremost experts on Doctor Who in North America. He thanks God that the new series has silenced those who preferred to overlook the original show's imagination in favor of giggling over how the spaceships looked like dish soap bottles. He's also pleased that the new show has gotten his wife interested in Doctor Who. (Although her rabid interest in Doctor Who fanfic is slightly disturbing. It worries him when she asks under what conditions the TARDIS console pulsates.)

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