History 101

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BBC Worldwide, 2002 - Fiction - 275 pages
3 Reviews
Spain, 1937. In April, the small town of Guernica was razed to the ground in a firestorm that claimed a thousand or more lives. In May, Barcelona exploded into fierce street fighting as different political factions fought for control of the city. Both events have been the subject of fierce propagandist claims by all sides, but this book examines new evidence to suggest that the two events are more closely linked than previously thought. Who were the shadowy figures working behind the scenes? Who were 'the Doctor', 'Anji' and 'Fitz' and what were their objectives? And were there really monsters roaming the streets? Presented in the form of a novel, History 101 tries to discover if the absolute truth can ever be revealed. It should be read as part of the ongoing 'Doctor Who: Eighth Doctor' history course.

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Review: Doctor Who: History 101 (Eighth Doctor Adventures #58)

User Review  - Michael Battaglia - Goodreads

Ah well, it was good while it lasted. After a run of truly unusual and at times extraordinarily fascinating Eighth Doctor books, we take a turn back to more ordinary circumstances, although some ... Read full review

Review: Doctor Who: History 101 (Eighth Doctor Adventures #58)

User Review  - Kathy - Goodreads

Don't be fooled by the "Doctor Who" in the title -- the Eighth Doctor novels are for adults. This is a richly detailed, sometimes violent, sometimes frightening, story of a period in Earth history ... Read full review

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