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The Target Book: A History of the Target Doctor Who Books
The Target Book:  A History of the Target Doctor Who Books The Target Doctor Who books. For a generation of pre-video Doctor Who fans, the Target books were the only way to get episodes of Doctor Who they either hadn’t seen in years or hadn't seen at all. Some were, and still are, some they’d never actually get to see due to being lost, presumed destroyed.

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The Tenth Planet: The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review
The Tenth Planet:  The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review The TARDIS materializes in a frozen wasteland and the Doctor doesn’t know where or when he, Ben, and Polly have landed. Within minutes of exploring, they are captured by a humanoid patrol and are taken to an underground facility that turns out to be ...

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Doctor Who and the Visitation: The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review
Doctor Who and the Visitation:  The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review Intending to bring his Australian flight attendant companion, Tegan Jovanka, home to Heathrow Airport in 1981, the Doctor lands the TARDIS in the right place, but in the wrong time.

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The Smugglers: The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review
The Smugglers:  The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review

From The Doctor Who Reference Guide:

The Doctor, Ben and Polly arrive on a beach in 17th century Cornwall and soon become caught up in a web of intrigue. Pirates led by the villainous Captain Pike are searching for a hidden treasure, while a smuggling ring led by the local Squire is trying to offload contraband.
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The Invisible Enemy: The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review
The Invisible Enemy:  The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review A relief ship en route to Titan passes through and is attacked by a mysterious cloud. The TARDIS receives a May Day and passes through the same cloud and is attacked. When the Doctor is infected by a virus bent on domination, it is up to Leela to save the day, with a little help from a new friend.

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The Left Hand of Darkness: The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review

Written in the late 60s, during the sexual revolution, Le Guin is still ahead of her time. This story could be seen as foreshadowing of events over forty years in the future from when it was published.


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The King's Demons: The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review
The King's Demons:  The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review March 4, 1215:  The TARDIS materializes in the middle of a jousting match between King John’s champion, Sir Giles Estram, and Hugh Fitzwilliam, son of Ranulf Fitzwilliam...
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The Girl Who Never Was: The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review
The Girl Who Never Was:  The Edwardian Cricketer Media Review Following the events of the previous adventure, Charlie decides in may be time for her to leave. This adventure proves to be one of her finest. But is her story over?
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