Outside In 2 - 125 Unique Perspectives on 125 Modern Doctor Who Stories by 125 Writers
 

No. 2 of 3 in the Outside In series
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By:Robert Smith? (ed.)
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Released:  July 2015
Publisher:  ATB Publishing
ISBN:978-0-9882210-2-4
Format: paperback
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Note:  Follow-up to Outside In, this time focussing on the new series.

Cover blurb:
"Outside In is a revolutionary style of literature about a revolutionary television programme; a fantastical concept that will have you and any fellow Whovians amused, informed and angered, but always entertained" — Data Extract

"Outside In never lets you off the hook. You'll find yourself nodding one minute and grumbling the next, continually surprised at what comes next, and crafting your own opinions in parallel to the book's varied viewpoints." — Enlightenment

Put ten Doctor Who fans in a room and you'll wind up with eleven opinions, fourteen heated debates about production codes and somebody cosplaying David Tennant partially converted into a Cyberman. That's because Doctor Who fans are gloriously weird, uniquely different and sometimes entirely outlandish. And so is this book.

This follow-up to the collection of classic series reviews, Outside In, celebrates ten years of modern Doctor Who.

Outside In 2 features 125 original reviews, one for every story from Rose to Last Christmas. Well, we say "reviews" but we mean that loosely: within these pages, you'll find articles in two voices, letters to the Daily Mail, memoirs, lists, poems, diaries, text messages, scripts, a quiz, job applications, role-playing games, a choose-your-own-adventure, Latin translations, recipes, wedding vows, haikus, insurance claims and musical numbers... not to mention insightful and thoughtful articles, examining modern Doctor Who from just about every aspect imaginable. And then some.

Provocative, engrossing, hilarious and utterly gonzo.
These aren't your father's reviews.

Featuring contributions from
Barbara Hambly, Daniel Blythe, Dorothy Ail, Graeme Burk, Jonathan Blum, K. Tempest Bradford, Kate Orman, Lance Parkin, Nick Abadzis, Paul Simpson, Philip Sandifer, Scott Alan Woodard, Steve Lyons, Tat Wood, Sam Maggs and over a hundred more!

5% of the full retail price of all sales of this book will be donated to Avert, a UK-based HIV/AIDS charity. www.avert.org


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