Publisher: BBC Books
Language:English | Number of Pages: 512 | Format: Hardcover
Isbn-10: 1846075718 | Isbn-13: 9781846075711 | Publish date: 25/09/2008 | Edition 1
Contributor: Philip Pullman
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hipopo said on Jul 13, 2009, 12:10
I postponed reading this book for a while (I thought I had other, better, things to read), until a couple pf weeks ago, I finally decided to get stuck in that marvellous world of aliens and Doctors created by Russel T. Davies.
I was truly shocked. I'm not a great non-fiction lover, and although I do love Doctor Who, I didn't expect much from this book. I was wrong.
It is such a clever, honest book, that tells of the life, the mind and the genius of a writer in a year long e-mail interview. I'm now savouring it page by page, and I do recommend it to anyone, especially DW fans.
Monica said on Feb 24, 2009, 22:24
More than 500 pages in three days (or better, nights). This is the best non-fiction book I have ever read. It's not a behind-the-scenes book, it's not a biography, it's not a "how-to-write" book and it's not a collection of letters. It's all of these combined, but much, much more. And more than "behind-the-scenes", it's a "behind-the-mind". It's like a journey in the mind of Russell T. Davies. And it's not what you'd expect. At all.
So if you're a writer, you intend to write anything ever... and/or you're a Doctor Who fan, this is not A book, this is THE book.
Laz said on Oct 09, 2008, 11:44