The Essential Terrance Dicks Volume 2

The Essential Terrance Dicks Volume 2

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
Paperback Published on: 05/05/2022
£14.99
In stock
Usually dispatched within 2-3 working days
Make and edit your lists in your account
Check click & collect stock near you
Collect today: Pay in shop

Synopsis

"I think if you can get a kid reading for pleasure, not because it's work, but actually reading for pleasure, it's a great step forward. It can start with me, you know, start with Dicks and work its way up to Dickens - as long as you get them reading." - Terrance Dicks

For over 50 years, Terrance Dicks was the secret beating heart(s) of Doctor Who - from joining production of The Invasion in 1968 to his final short story in 2019. As the undisputed master of Doctor Who fiction, Terrance wrote 64 Target novels from his first commission in 1973 to his last, published in 1990. He helped introduce an entire generation to the pleasures of reading and writing, and his fans include Neil Gaiman, Sarah Waters, Mark Gatiss, Alastair Reynolds, Russell T Davies, Steven Moffat, Frank-Cottrell Boyce, and Robert Webb, among many others.

This two-volume collection, features the very best of his Doctor Who novels as chosen by fans - from his first book, The Auton Invasion, to his masterwork, the 20th anniversary celebration story The Five Doctors, voted all-time favourite.

This Volume contains, complete and unabridged:
DOCTOR WHO AND THE GENESIS OF THE DALEKS
DOCTOR WHO AND THE PYRAMIDS OF MARS
DOCTOR WHO AND THE TALONS OF WENG-CHIANG
DOCTOR WHO AND THE HORROR OF FANG ROCK
DOCTOR WHO AND THE FIVE DOCTORS

  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781785947360
  • Number of pages: 480
  • Weight: 322g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 126 x 28 mm

Customer Reviews

View all
The Essential Terrance Dicks Volume 2
Classic target brilliance (take two - edited review but lost all paragraph breaks, so adding again)
A personal bit about the author first. (It's essentially the same bit as on vol. 1 with minor adjustments So feel free to skip.) Reviews of the individual ... READ MORE
Book collector