Doctor Who: Adventures in Lockdown (Paperback)Chris Chibnall (author), Paul Cornell (author), Russell T Davies (author), Neil Gaiman (author), Mark Gatiss (author), Pete McTighe (author), Steven Moffat (author), Vinay Patel (author), Joy Wilkinson (author)
Boasting a stellar line-up of Doctor Who writing talent, from Neil Gaiman to Russell T. Davies, Adventures in Lockdown is a very special short story collection in aid of Children in Need and conceived during the pandemic.
Darkness Never Prevails.
While staying home was a vital safety measure in 2020, the freedom of the TARDIS remained a dream that drew many - allowing them to roam the cosmos in search of distraction, reassurance and adventure. Now some of the finest TV Doctor Who writers come together with gifted illustrators in this very special short story collection in support of BBC Children in Need. Current and former showrunners - Chris Chibnall Russell T Davies and Steven Moffat - present exciting adventures for the Doctor conceived in confinement, alongside brand new fiction from Neil Gaiman, Mark Gatiss and Vinay Patel. Also featuring work from Chris Riddell, Joy Wilkinson, Paul Cornell, Sonia Leong, Sophie Cowdrey, Mike Collins and many more, Adventures in Lockdown is a book for any Doctor Who fan in your life, stories that will send your heart spinning wildly through time and space...
£2.25 from every copy sold in the UK of Doctor Who: Adventures in Lockdown will benefit Children in Need (registered charity number 802052 in England & Wales and SC039557 in Scotland)
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 135 g
Dimensions: 198 x 126 x 12 mm
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I was disappointed in the book it didn’t didn’t wow me ,I had been after the book for a long time and it looked good on the cover but I wasn’t too happy about the book being slow and a little boring .
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