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|Publisher: ||Futurescope Publishing|
Note: Semi-fictional biography, set in the late 1980s during the author’s childhood and describing his attempts to make a Doctor Who fan film featuring the Daleks.
Let’s Get Back To The TARDIS is part biographical, part fiction.
Starting in 1987, this story is about the goings on of a character called Jamie. Jamie is a young Doctor Who fan, who is determined to make a fan film based on the 1965 Dr.Who and the Daleks movie (which starred Peter Cushing). He enlists his cousin Simon (a non-Doctor Who fan) to help him. This book details their various attempts and how the idea goes in directions that even they didn’t expect it to go. Despite being set in the late 1980s, the book becomes just like a TARDIS as time switches back and forth through various points in Jamie’s life. At its very heart, this book is the tale of young forgotten innocence viewed through the warm glow of nostalgia and the changes that occur as one gets older.