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Doctor Who: The Whoniverse: The Untold History of Space and Time chapter 1 Doctor Who: The Whoniverse: The Untold History of Space and Time, meaning Doctor Who: The Whoniverse: The Untold History of Space and Time, genre Doctor Who: The Whoniverse: The Untold History of Space and Time, book cover Doctor Who: The Whoniverse: The Untold History of Space and Time, flies Doctor Who: The Whoniverse: The Untold History of Space and Time, Doctor Who: The Whoniverse: The Untold History of Space and Time e8d327c282a20 The Origins Of Reality, Of Space And Time, Are Shrouded In Mystery They Have Been Hotly Debated For Millions Of Years In Millions Of Worlds This Is The Story Of How It All Began And What Happened NextJustin Richards Has Written For Stage And Screen As Well As Novels And Graphic Novels He Writes Extensively For Children And Has Also Co Authored Several Action Thrillers For Young Adults With The Acknowledged Master Of The Genre, Jack Higgins The First Two Novels In His Adult Science Fiction Never War Series, The Suicide Exhibition And The Blood Red City, Were Published In And , Respectively Justin Acts As Creative Consultant To BBC Books Doctor Who Titles, And He Has Penned Quite A Few Himself Married With Two Children Both Boys , Justin Lives And Works In Warwick, England, Within Sight Of One Of Britains Bestpreserved Castles

8 thoughts on “Doctor Who: The Whoniverse: The Untold History of Space and Time

  1. says:

    I pre ordered this when I heard about it I had bought another Doctor Who book and was disappointed, there was no real art and only talked about some of the Doctors adventures This, however, is in depth It does talk about the doctor, but also everything else that happened that don t involve him, including but not limited to the formation of the universe, the beginning of other worlds, other Timelords.There is plenty on the Doctor we all know and love, though it doesn t make him the primary focus And it doesn t it go by the order of Doctors, it tells it chronologically So you could be reading a story that took place with the 10th doctor and the next story took place later in time with the 4th doctor But it s seamless as it goes through the ages.It talks about other races, other planets, major events And there s some beautiful artwork in this book From Gallifrey, blueprints of the Ironsides Daleks , The Cybermen, various spaceships, other species and The are different styles or art, but they all look amazing.I d also like to mention the cover it s kinda of puffy, not hard That s a pro not a con, I like it, reminds me of the look of River Songs notebook.I highly recommend this to any true Whovian, just a Doctor Who fan, someone who wants to get into the Doctor Who universe, anyone who likes sci fi, or anyone who likes good stories I would not recommend this to a Dalek or The Master.

  2. says:

    Doctor Who The Whoniverse The Untold History of Space and Time is simply fantastic I had pre ordered the book and received it right on the day it was released I have devoured parts of the book already and my inner geek loves it You know how some companion books are simply a rehash of old materials Sometimes it doesn t seem worth it to buy a new book just for a new cover and a different arrangement of information from past books Well, let me tell you that this one is different.First, the illustrations are beautiful and the book itself is well made Instead of plain white, the pages are colored to give it an aged look The book is organized into seven chapters the early universe, the birth of knowledge, the age of expansion, the rise of the cybermen, the age of empire, the time of the daleks, and the end of time.It certainly is one of the most interesting history books I ve had the pleasure of reading Any Doctor Who fan would love it.

  3. says:

    As a Whovian fan of all things consisting of the Doctor this book is a must have for any Who follower The artwork is breathtaking and the timeline of how all species came to be follows the show with insight and facts than you could shake a sonic screwdriver at If you are wondering whether or not to buy it Wonder no further, take my hand, and Run To your computer and buy it and you will not regret it

  4. says:

    I feel like I m being generous with the 2 stars, but there are lots of illustrations which I personally do not care for, but I would think a lot of people would I m a long time Dr Who fan, but not fanatically so I ve seen most all of the episodes, although the older ones were years ago I ve been to a Dr Who convention with Jon Pertwee That being said, I found this book to be confusing drivel and of no use whatsoever It would have been MUCH shorter without the constant statements that the result, cause, etc is unknown It would start off telling about something, then say the rest is unknown It would begin a story, then next thing you know, they are talking about something completely different I had high hopes on the Dalek section, but no, just confusing words and some illustrations that I don t care for I m not even keeping the book it s going to the local resale shop.

  5. says:

    An excellent and beautifully illustrated book A must for any true Doctor Who fan Commentary and story lines are well thought out and presented Overall a high quality book with quality print and pages You cannot go wrong by adding this book to your collection A fantastic book that can be appreciated by both Doctor Who and sci fi fantasy readers collectors By far one of my favorite Doctor Who purchases.

  6. says:

    not quite what I expected, but still a beautiful book with a lot of interesting details.

  7. says:

    What do you buy your wife who hates to read but has many questions about the Doctor Well this may not have been the answer remember she hates to read but she loved it just the same and spent several days looking through it I enjoyed though.

  8. says:

    A nice plot continuity for the series, but less encyclopedic than I hoped A good outline for the true fan, with a few nice graphics, but was underwhelmed by the whole package.