Doctor Who - The Writer's Tale: The Final Chapter Released

BBC Books have today released Doctor Who - The Writer's Tale: The Final Chapter around most of the United Kingdom and Ireland. The Writer's Tale was originally released during September 2008 as a hardback book, but this new paperback version contains chapters regarding The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, The Waters of Mars, The End of Time Part One and The End of Time Part Two. The Writer's Tale: The Final Chapter is written by previous showrunner and head writer Russell T Davies and Doctor Who Magazine's very own Benjamin Cook and is the most comprehensive and personal account of Doctor Who ever.

For this updated edition of The Writer's Tale, Head Writer and Executive Producer Russell T Davies and journalist Benjamin Cook continue their in-depth discussion of the creative life of Doctor Who to cover the last of Russell's specials, as well as the increasingly successful Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures spin-offs. Candid and witty insights continue throughout a second year’s worth of correspondence, covering David Tennant's final episodes as the Doctor, Russell's departure from the show, and the legacy that both leave behind as a new era of Doctor Who begins. With over 300 pages of new material, and taking in events from the entire five years since the show’s return in 2005, The Writer's Tale: The Final Chapter is the most comprehensive - and personal - account of Doctor Who ever published.

Doctor Who - The Writer's Tale: The Final Chapter is now available across the United Kingdom and Ireland at the price of £16.99, however you should be able to find it cheaper than this. Please be aware that the original version of The Writer's Tale is still on sale. You can find out more about the book on the official website for The Writer's Tale here, which now contains new scripts for the 2008-2010 specials.


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