The Who's Who of Doctor Who!

Earlier this year Blogtor's first book was published around the world - and thank you to everyone who tweeted pictures of the book from so many different countries!

The Who's Who of Doctor Who: A Whovian's Guide to Friends, Foes, Villains, Monsters, and Companions to the Good Doctor, a coffee-table style book from Blogtor Who site creator Cameron K McEwan, is available now in stores and online.

The Who's Who of Doctor Who also contains many fascinating and fun photographs but it also includes original artwork by brilliant Doctor Who illustrator Andrew Skilleter (visit his website HERE).

The Who's Who of Doctor Who is available around the world NOW, and available in all good book shops/stores! (I suppose it's available in some bad ones too! :P) You can also find it online at the normal book retail sites. | | |
Barnes & Noble | | Forbidden Planet
Check out what reviewers have been saying below!

Courtesy of Andrew Skilleter (visit his website HERE)

"essential reading for anyone wanting to know anything from 'Ace' to 'The Zygons'...
 you’ll be reaching for it time and time again."
Doctor Who Online, 9/10

"Stylishly presented, eloquent and accurate on every detail.
a triumph..., near perfect"

"... comprehensive, well-written and handsome guide to the world of Doctor Who.
it's a book that's perfect for pretty much any fan."
The Gallifrey Times 

"The author gives us a wonderful narrative of the story to date – something I’ve not seen anywhere else. In no time at all (stop me!) you get a start-to-finish overview of the entire series"
Mark Speed, 5 STARS 

"This is a book any Whovian will want to keep near... it really is a good price and a fantastic gift - quite possibly an essential gift for the Who fan in your life."

"must-have coffee table book"
Sci-Fi Drama Queen

Courtesy of Andrew Skilleter (visit his website HERE)

"enthusiasm for the show really shines throughout the book"
The Geeks Handbag 

"it does have enough in its favour – finely written prose and effective illustrations – to make it a decent coffee table book for those who don’t already have an encyclopedic Who knowledge."

"An excellent resource for old and new fans alike"
Genre Online

"clear, entertaining, and beautifully visual"
Row Three

3.68/5 rating

"McEwan has managed to create a cohesive history of the Doctor Who Universe.
And that is an achievement in itself."
Weird Westerns

"The Who’s Who of Doctor Who is well researched and well written and is perfect for new DW fans as well as old fans that are a bit rusty on the classic series."

The Writer's Journey

"... gorgeous book. It’s the kind of book that catches your eye in the bookshop. It’s the kind of book you give in to the desire to have in your hands"
Blunt Reviews

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