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Simon Guerrier - Ben Morris - Doctor ​Who: Whographica
Explore ​the rich history of _Doctor Who_ like never before, through colorful and creative visualizations and infographics in this captivating, intriguing, beautiful, and strange compendium. The Doctor's family tree, the strangest weapons in the whole universe, the frequency of the letter "A" in the names of companions these curiosities, and many others, are explored in detail, complete with visually-stunning infographics in _Doctor Who: Whographica_. Each double-page spread presents a fascinating, visual insight into a particular aspect of _Doctor Who_. Divided into twelve sections The Doctor, Earth, Daleks, the TARDIS, Friends and Companions, Alien Worlds and more Whographica features double-page spreads which offer fascinating, visual insight into a particular aspect of the show. With interesting and fascinating information, Whographica is a perfect introduction to the extraordinary universe of the series, and an engaging sourcebook that will delight long-term aficionados, presenting the history of _Doctor Who_ in an entirely new and enthralling way.

Simon Guerrier - The ​Slitheen Excursion
1500BC ​- King Actaeus and his subjects live in mortal fear of the awesome gods who have come to visit their kingdom in ancient Greece. Except the Doctor, visiting with university student June, knows they're not gods at all. They're aliens. For the aliens, it's the perfect holiday - they get to tour the sights of a primitive planet and even take part in local customs. Like gladiatorial games, or hunting down and killing humans who won't be missed. With June's enthusiastic help, the Doctor soon meets the travel agents behind this deadly package holiday company - his old enemies the Slitheen. But can he bring the Slitheen excursion to an end without endangering more lives? And how are events in ancient Greece linked to a modern-day alien plot to destroy what's left of the Parthenon?

Simon Guerrier - Doctor ​Who: The Pirate Loop
The ​Doctor's been everywhere and everywhen in the whole of the universe and seems to know all the answers. But ask him what happened to the Starship Brillant and he hasn't the first idea. Did it fall into a sun or black hole? Was it shot down in the first moments of the galactic war? And what's this about a secret experimental drive? The Doctor is skittish. But if Martha is so keen to find out he'll land the TARDIS on the Brilliant, a few day before it vanishes. Then they can see for themselves... Soon the Doctor learns the awful truth. And Martha learns that you need to be careful what you wish for. She certainly wasn't hoping for mayhem, death, and badger-faced space pirates

A. K. Benedict - Alice Cavender - Matt Fitton - Roy Gill - Simon Guerrier - Doctor ​Who: The Eleventh Doctor Chronicles
Four ​narrated stories set in the Eleventh Doctor era: 1. The Calendar Man by AK Benedict Answering a cry for help, the Doctor and Amy arrive on a misty colony world – but nobody thinks anything is wrong. Nobody, except for one young woman, hiding in shadows and scribbling in her notebook. Soon, Amy is on the trail of missing colonists, while the Doctor strides into the fog in search of a fairy-tale. But time is running out, and the Calendar Man is flicking through the pages of their lives... 2. The Top of the Tree by Simon Guerrier On one of their annual jaunts, young Kazran Sardick and the Doctor find themselves in trouble when the TARDIS is tangled in the branches of a very strange, very large tree. They emerge into a habitat where myriad species fight for survival: an ecosystem of deadly flora and fauna, along with a tribe of primitive humans. This is a mystery which can only be solved by climbing. But what will they find at the top of the tree? 3. The Light Keepers by Roy Gill Dorium Maldovar has a problem. The self-styled 'Beacon People' are bad for business, and now they're in his shuttle park, digging for mysterious minerals. When the Doctor crashes into his life once again, Dorium enlists him to find out what these scavengers are really up to inside their lighthouse. But a lighthouse signals danger – and this beacon was placed to warn of something more ancient and powerful than anyone knows. Something that is returning... 4. False Coronets by Alice Cavender On the trail of a temporal anomaly, the Doctor and Clara arrive in a London dungeon, where an unlikely prisoner awaits her execution. This is a 19th century England where the King has been dethroned, and Republicans bearing false coronets hold sway. While the Doctor seeks out the source of alien interference in the timelines, Clara recruits some local help - and gets invited to a party. History has gone awry, and Jane Austen must help rewrite it.

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