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Doctor Who Short Trips: A Christmas Treasury Doctor Who Short Trips Is A Series Of Themed Short Story Anthologies Of New Doctor Who Fiction, Featuring The Doctor In All Of His First Eight Incarnations They Feature Stories Written By Some Of The Leading Names In Doctor Who, Past And Present, Including Paul Cornell, Gareth Roberts, Christopher H Bidmead, And Paul Magrs This Collection Covers Every Aspect Of Doctor Who At Christmas, From The Fourth Doctor And Romana Wisecracking Their Way Through Opening Their Presents To The Seventh Doctor Encountering A Dangerous Something From Christmas Past The Fifth Doctor Visits An Old Companion, The First Doctor Lands In A House Where Christmas Doesn T Go As Planned, While The Second Doctor Finds He Has To Have A Serious Chat With Santa Claus

About the Author: Paul Cornell

Paul Cornell is a British writer of science fiction and fantasy prose, comics and television He s been Hugo Award nominated for all three media, and has won the BSFA Award for his short fiction, and the Eagle Award for his comics He s the writer of Saucer Country for Vertigo, Demon Knights for DC, and has written for the Doctor Who TV series His new urban fantasy novel is London Falling, out from Tor on December 6th via Wikipedia

10 thoughts on “Doctor Who Short Trips: A Christmas Treasury

  1. says:

    Christmas is a great time to catch up on these old short story collections This was written before the Doctor Who revival of 2005 and features stories from the first seven Doctors There are a nice ranges of story types here, with a variety of Doctors and companions But I m

  2. says:

    Big Finish s 11th anthology of short Doctor Who fiction takes the form of a compendium of Christmas variety with a content of 22 short stories, 4 poems, 4 recipes, and 2 games.The short stories are mostly of a high quality, although the sheer mass of them roughly double the amount

  3. says:

    themed anthologies of Who stories are sometimesmiss than hit, and I fear this is largely in the former category perhaps not helped by my reading it at the height of summer rather than in the Christmas season for which it was intended when published in 2004, with New Who looming round the co

  4. says:

    A collection of Christmas stories, most of them rather dreadful, but there are a few real gems in here The second half is generally much better than the first Highlights include a tabletop game designed by Lawrence Miles, a story about time travel with a very nice little nod to Deadline by Steve Lyo

  5. says:

    As mixed a bag as any anthology indeed,so than most, given it also includes games, poems and recipes, like a true festive annual but it s made some progress at getting me in a festive mood Includes the first Steve Lyons story ever to intrigue and delight me in the way the other stuff of his I ve encountered

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