Dr. Who? For Free?

Oh yes, you can has Free Dr. Who books. Thanks to the BBC and to Rebecca for the heads up.

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    SonomaLass says:

    Yay!  Freeebooks!  Thanks Rebecca, and SB Sarah!!

    Oh, and I love me some Doctor Who—especially David Tennant, who is just hawt!

    Wish I could see him play Hamlet at the RSC, opposite Patrick Stewart….le sigh….

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    ev says:

    This is cool.

    Passing on the link. thanks.

    I would love to see him opposite Capt. Picard.

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    Coolest link ever! Thank you Rebecca and Sarah!

    Especially since I am at the World Science Fiction Convention in Denver, and set to do a Doctor Who panel with Hugo nominated Doctor Who author Paul Cornell.  And one of his books is now downloaded to my desktop.

    Yep.  I’m a geek.  But a very happy geek.

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    LDH says:

    I am WAY more excited by this post than I feel like I should be!!

    I’m totally passing this link on as well.

    Does anyone know if this will only be temporary? (So I can determine whether to download ‘em now vs. read online.)

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    Cat Marsters says:

    Wish I could see him play Hamlet at the RSC, opposite Patrick Stewart….le sigh….

    I was so willing to spend money I didn’t have on tickets—my crush on DT shows no signs of abating, and I’d never say no to Patrick Stewart, either—but by the time I even discovered tickets were on sale they were all sold out!  Can’t imagine why…

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    Vyctori says:

    Does anyone know if this will only be temporary?

    I believe the eBooks have been up for at least a year now—I discovered them months ago and I don’t think they were new at that point, either. So it sounds like they’ll be around for a while yet.

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    MelanieL says:

    Oh, these books have been up for a good while. I don’t think they’ll be removed any time soon. In any case, you can go now and save the PDF files or printer-friendly versions for a rainy day. Make sure you also read the author notes, as they reveal important insight into the authors’ writing process and interesting Doctor Who facts.

    These books are some of the very best from the various Doctor Who printed ranges! Paul Cornell’s Human Nature was re-made into the Human Nature/Family of Blood story arc in season 3 of the new series and fans of New Who know just how good that was!

    I especially recommend Lance Parkin’s The Dying Days for some yummy Eighth Doctor goodness, as well as Marc Platts’ Lungbarrow for really fascinating background on Gallifreyan culture and mythology.

    Enjoy!

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