The Wintertime Paradox: Twelve Festive Tales of Tinsel and Time Lords...
 

No. 54 of 66 in the Miscellaneous short stories series
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By:Dave Rudden
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Edition: UK (hardback)
Released:  October 2020
Publisher:  BBC Books
ISBN:978-1-4059-4610-0
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Cover blurb:
The incredible untold stories of Doctor Who Christmases past, present and future . . .

Did you know Davros and the Doctor met for three Christmases, on different planets, across time and space? Have you heard the one about the time the Plasmavores came to pay a festive visit? Or when Madame Vastra fought a cyborg?

The perfect collection for the bleakest — and sometimes brightest — time of the year, these are the tales to get you halfway out of the dark . . .

This thrilling anthology presents a fantastic collection of adventures through time and space, featuring the best-loved characters and places from the Doctor Who world.

Written by popular children’s author, and lifelong Doctor Who fan, Dave Rudden, author of Twelve Angels Weeping.

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Edition: UK (paperback)
Title:  The Wintertime Paradox: Tales of Time Lords and Tinsel
Released:  14 October 2021
Publisher:  BBC Books
ISBN:978-1-4059-5015-2
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Note:  Includes an exclusive extra story relating to the Time Lord Victorious story arc.

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CHRISTMAS CAN MEAN ANYTHING...

For Missy, it’s solving murders in 1909.

For a little girl in Dublin, it’s Plasmavores knocking at the door.

For Davros, it’s a summons from the Doctor, who needs the mad inventor’s help.

The perfect collection for the bleakest — and sometimes brightest — time of the year, these are the tales for when you’re halfway out of the dark...


‘A gorgeous anthology of Christmas-themed stories with the unpredictable flair of the TARDIS itself’ Guardian


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