The Unofficial Whovian Rule Book
A wibbly-wobbly, timely-wimely guide to avoid Daleks, Cybermen, & Weeping Angels and somewhat comprehend the Tardis and The Doctor.
by Duncan Levy
Doctor Who, the brilliant British science fiction show, bounces from wall to wall of every nook and cranny of time, teaching legitimate lessons about traveling and life (in space). It has an amazing fandom that can remember every part of every episode, but don’t worry, everything you need to be a part of it is in this book. Featuring 140 shareable quotes and trivia, The Unofficial Whovian Rule Book provides information on surviving an encounter with a Weeping Angel, the dangers of Cybermen, and the most important guidelines for dealing with the Doctor. A useful book to own, share, and keep handy (in case of Daleks), it is a reliable source for exploring the wonderful, wild world of Doctor Who.
The Unofficial Whovian Rule Book is part of the THiNKaha series whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out quotes (tweets/ahas).
Some of the Ahas you will find in this book:
Rule 115: “Wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey” is an appropriate response to any question, and is not an arguable point.
Rule 122: When something doesn’t make sense, go poke it with a stick.
Rule 84: You must always check the clocks when you enter a room to make sure they’re the only thing ticking.
Rule 104: It doesn’t matter if you’re old, fat, and blue. If you owe the Doctor a favor, he will come to collect.
Rule 479: Be brilliant, and don’t be afraid to say it.
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