What The Fans Think: Torchwood
 

No. 290 of 304 in the Miscellaneous factual books series
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By:Richard Peevers & Bob Furnell (ed.)
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Released:  15 July 2020
Publisher:  Pencil Tip Publishing
ISBN:978-1-7772108-0-9
Format: paperback
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Note:  More information at the publisher's web site. One of a series of What The Fans Think books that contain a compendium of fan-written reviews and critical assessments of cult TV sci-fi shows: other volumes cover Blake's 7 and UFO — so far the others are non-Who related, so not listed here.

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What The Fans Think: Torchwood — unapologetic and critical assessments of the highly popular British science-fiction TV series.

Fan opinion can be extremely critical, often harsher than that of the meanest television critic. But when the fans love something, you know it. Praises are heaped in droves.

Torchwood is a BBC television series that follows the exploits of a small team of alien-hunters, who make up the Cardiff-based Torchwood Institute which deals mainly with incidents involving extraterrestrials.

This volume of What the Fans Think concentrates on all 41 original Torchwood episodes through original reviews, analysis, personal opinion and essays. The fans will have their say on what they think are the best, worst, and merely average, episodes of the series. You just might be surprised by what they have to say.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each book will be donated to the Vancouver branch of the BCSPCA (The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).


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