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About Time 1: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 1-3)

About Time serves as the definitive (albeit unofficial) guide to the classic Doctor Who Seasons 1 to 3 - the show's very beginnings, starring William Hartnell in the lead role. Written by Tat Wood (SFX, TV Zone) and Lawrence Miles (Faction Paradox), About Time not only examines the usual continuity concerns in bursting detail, but looks at how the political / social issues of the 1960s affected the show's production.


Price: $19.95
About Time 2: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 4-6)

About Time 2 examines the usual continuity concerns in bursting detail, but also looks at how the political/social issues of the 1960s affected the show's production. Essays in this volume include: "What's the Cyberman Timeline?," "Whatever Happened to the USA?" and "Did Sergeant Pepper Know the Doctor?"


Price: $19.95
About Time 4: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 12-17)

About Time serves as the definitive (albeit unofficial) guide to the classic Doctor Who Seasons 12 to 17 - the bulk of the immensely popular Tom Baker era. Written by Lawrence Miles (Faction Paradox) and Tat Wood (SFX, TV Zone), About Time not only examines the usual continuity concerns (such as alien races) in bursting detail, but looks at how the political / social issues of the 1970s affected the show's production.


Price: $14.95
About Time 5: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 18-21)

About Time serves as the definitive (albeit unofficial) guide to the classic Doctor Who Seasons 18 to 21 - the end of the Tom Baker era and the whole of Peter Davison's tenure as the Doctor. Written by Lawrence Miles (Faction Paradox) and Tat Wood (SFX, TV Zone), About Time examines the show's continuity in bursting detail, and more crucially looks at how the political / social issues of the early 1980s affected the series' production.


Price: $14.95
About Time 6: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 22-26)

About Time volume 6 covers Seasons 22 to 26 of Doctor Who, focusing on the tenures of Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy as well as the TV movie starring Paul McGann in mind-bending detail. In addition to the usual concerns such as the TV show's continuity and lore, author Tat Wood will examine each Colin Baker, McCoy and McGann story in the context of the year/historical period it was produced, determining just how topical the stories were.


Price: $24.95
Chicks Dig Time Lords (Elizabeth Bear)

In Chicks Dig Time Lords: A Celebration of Doctor Who by the Women Who Love It, a host of award-winning female novelists, academics and actresses come together to celebrate the phenomenon that is Doctor Who, discuss their rather inventive involvement with the show's fandom, and examine why they adore this series so much.


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Faction Paradox: Of the City of the Saved (Philip Purser-Hallard)

The City of the Saved is an enclave at the end of time where every human or pseudo-human who's ever lived has been resurrected. Murder in the City is literally impossible, so it's up to Compassion (a main character from the BBC's Doctor Who range) to solve the case when such an "impossible" killing occurs.


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Faction Paradox: Warlords of Utopia (Lance Parkin)

A stand-alone novel in the Faction Paradox universe, Warlords of Utopia is a generational story in which every parallel reality where Rome conquered the world makes war against every parallel reality where Nazi Germany dominated the globe. The book paves the way for crucial elements concerning the War - the ongoing conflict between major powers in the Faction Paradox series - in future.


Price: $17.95
Faction Paradox: Warring States (Mags Halliday)

A stand-alone novel in the Faction Paradox universe, Warring States features Cousin Octavia, a successful but now-wayward member of the Faction, who's carving her way through China, 1900, to find the secret of immortality.


Price: $17.95
I, Who 2 : A Further Unauthorized Guide to the Doctor Who Novels (Lars Pearson)

Through all the triumphs, all the tragedies, every drop of furor-driven love, unrequited emotion and loss, I, Who 2 documents the Doctor Who original novels after the Earth-shaking Interference, the whole of the Benny books, the Big Finish audio line and more. It's a literary and audio tapestry so vast, it takes 170,000 words and a myriad of locations in time and space to tell this story.


Price: $19.95
I, Who 3 : Unauthorized Guide to the Doctor Who Novels and Audios (Lars Pearson)

You’ve seen the "Doctor Who" TV series—now experience the original "Doctor Who" novels and audios! This third volume in the I, Who series continues to detail and review the last two years worth of "Doctor Who" novels and audios, with story summaries, top ten lists and a heap of humorous categories. Click for more!


Price: $21.95
More Digressions: A New Collection Of But I Digress Columns (Peter David)

More Digressions collects about 100 essays from Peter David's long-running But I Digress column for Comics Buyer's Guide. For this entirely new collection, David has personally selected But I Digress pieces written from 2001 to the present day, and also included many personal reflections and historical notes. This book features a new foreword by the legendary Harlan Ellison, and sports a cover by J.K. Woodward (Fallen Angel) that highlights some of David's comic-book creations.


Price: $24.95




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