|By:||Dan Barratt (ed.)|
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|Released: ||May 2019|
|Publisher: ||Watching Books|
Just as Doctor Who has existed in many incarnations, so too have the various You and Who books. And just as the Doctor’s penchant for jelly babies has come and gone over the years, so too have a number of essays — and even whole sections of the books — blinked in and out of existence.
One More Lifetime serves as an appendix to phase one of the You and Who journey. It’s a collection of the essays that have been added to the various You and Who volumes over the years, or that have been replaced for one reason or another.
But it’s also much more than that. One More Lifetime is a celebration of the Peter Capaldi era of Doctor Who, and it’s an opportunity to publish the numerous essays that didn’t make it into the You and Who books. For anyone who’s bought any of the previous volumes in the series, it’s an essential addition to the library.