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The Doctor has his TARDIS to get him from place to place and time to time, but the rest of the Universe relies on more conventional transport...From the British Space Programme of the late twentieth century to Earth's Empire in the far future, from the terrifying Dalek Fleet to deadly Cyber Ships, this book documents the many starships and spacestations that the Doctor and his companions have encountered on their adventures. He has solved mysteries on spacestations and stopped invasions spearheaded by starships. He has been held prisoner in space, escaped from the moon, witnessed the arrival of the Sycorax and the crash landing of a space pig...More than anyone else, the Doctor has seen the development of space travel between countless worlds. In this stunningly-illustrated book, "Doctor Who" historian Justin Richards documents the amazing story of Earth's ventures into space and examines the many alien fleets who have paid Earth a visit.

About Justin Richards

Justin Richards is the Creative Consultant for the BBC's range of Doctor Who books, and has written a fair few of them himself. As well as writing for stage, screen and audio, he is also the author of The Invisible Detective and Time Runners series of novels for children, and Agent Alfie for younger readers. As well as collaborating with thriller writer Jack Higgins, he writes standalone novels for older children including The Death Collector, The Chaos Code, and The Parliament of Blood. Justin lives in Warwick, with his wife, two children and a nice view of the castle.

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Author : Justin Richards
Publisher : BBC Digital
Data Published : 31 December 2098
ISBN : 1407024434
EAN : 9781407024431
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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