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Doctor Who: Myths and Legends by Richard Dinnick

Title:Doctor Who: Myths and Legends

Author: Richard Dinnick

Rating: 5/5 stars


For thousands of years, epic stories have been passed down from Time Lord to student, generation to generation. The truth of these tales was lost millennia ago, but the myths and legends themselves are timeless.

These are the most enduring of those tales. From the princess Manussa and her giant snake Mara, to the Vardon Horse of Xeriphin, these stories shed light on the universe around us and the beings from other worlds that we meet. Myths hold up a mirror to our past, present and future, explaining our culture, our history, our hopes and fears.

A collection of epic adventures from the Time Lords’ mist-covered past, Myths and Legends is an unforgettable gallery of heroes and villains, gods and monsters.


This book is made up of 14 short stories set in the world of Doctor Who.Some stories were better than the others , but all were really good. As a fan of Doctor Who , this book was great for filling the void in my heart while I wait for the next season of the tv show.

This book is not just for the doctor who fans , but for all those readers who enjoy a good sci-fi book with great storyline and well-defined characters.I  enjoyed every  tale here and the small illustrations included are fantastic, perfect when reading about such a magical world. The Doctor often appears in these stories and it was really interesting to see all the different versions of him again.

All in all , I really enjoyed the book and I recommend it to anyone who loves sci-fi reads or a Doctor Who fan who needs more of these story in his life.


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