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I m not sure I have the words to describe home much I enjoyed reading this collection Beautiful illustrations for the title of each story, plus a bonus story on the dustjacket, matched with blue edged pages make this book one of those gotta read types Some of the stories I really wished lasted longer though, that s my only complaint. This new hardback is the collected edition of the 8 ebook only Time Trips sories, not quite novella length, but weighty for short stories.I had previously read these as they were released individually, but really wanted them hard copy too As it happened, I realised I had not read Stella Duffy s Anti Hero, so it wasn t a completely indulgant purchase.The other drtaw to buy this was the extra exclusive story, A long Way Down, by Jenny Colgan Which, in itself is a very brief, but fun story, certainly not of the length of the other tales what made this interesting further is that the story can only be read by removing and unfolding the dust jacket.Totally charming and engaging The edition itself is nicely done The previous collection of short stories of the 50th Anniversary shorts had been released in a large format collection, but felt by the numbers , a swift release to sate those who couldn t or wouldn t read the ebook versions.However, when it was re released with a new 12th Doctor story, a special little box with all the tales separately bound was released a very charming little release.I mention this only because the innovation behind it seems to have rubbed off, if only a little to add value to this Time Trips collection.There s a part of me that would have loved another box release, but this edition is very nice What with new coverpiece illustrations for each story, it makes for a worthwhile purchase.Not sure if I would recommend it for those who have already read all the stories the thing retails at 20, as well as a few duff tales , but if you are a completist or a must have DW books hardcopy as well kind of person like I seem to be , then I d say go for it.I have reviewed most of the other books individually, so I won t repeat that here I hope they publish Time Trips and collected editions although I would request an extra full Time Trip tale as an exclusive for enxt time, to really add value to it. Die Zeitreisen mit dem Doktor sind zu Ende Wenn man s genau nimmt, ist das Genre ein Mix aus SF, Fantasy, Horror und M rchen Jedenfalls haben die Plots immer etwas Irrationales Am besten gefallen haben mir Das Salz der Erde von Trudi Canavan und Eine Handvoll Sternenstaub von Jake Arnott, die Geschichte, in der der der Doktor dem Gelehrten John Dee begegnet. I m going to go on a limb here and suggest that juuusssstttt maaayyyybbbbeeee the stories in Time Trips were the reject stories that didn t make it into the 50th Anniversary Collection Juuuuuusssssttttt maaaaayyyyyybbbbeeeeee the BBC shockingly realized that if you publish a hardcover book with gorgeous blue edged pages sprinkled with lovely illustrations snuggled cozily inside a dust jacket that includes gasp a hidden bonus story, people will give you money Pretty blue pages don t make the stories better Ugh Here s a breakdown The Death Pit by A.L Kennedy Fourth Doctor B Almost funny Fun fact I recently discovered that A.L wrote a full length novel based on this short story Neat The short story still doesn t make me wanna read it, though even if it had blue pages Into the Nowhere by Jenny Colgan Eleventh Doctor BCreepy Weird Doesn t quite get the Eleventh Doctor right Keeping Up With the Joneses by Nick Harkaway Tenth Doctor A Clever and super fun to read Anything that feels like it could be a fun episode always works well as a DW short story Salt of the Earth by Trudi Canavan Third Doctor D Trudi Canavan owes me 20 minutes of my life back Seriously Salt Menacing salt THAT was your big idea A Handful of Stardust by Jake Arnott Sixth Doctor C After Salt of the Earth, this story felt like A Tale of Two Cities The Bog Warrior by Cecelia Ahern Tenth Doctor D Ahern somehow writes a story so uninteresting even the excitable Tenth Doctor seems like he s faking it Blah blah evil queen blah blah Cinderella blah blah magic shoe weapon blah blah blah The Loneliness of the Long Distance Time Traveller by Joanne Harris Third Doctor A The BBC should repackage this damned book with JUST this story and a sh t ton of illustrations with it Harris beautifully captures the spirit in which the Doctor embraces death along with life Unlike scary salt and bog monsters, Harris tries and succeeds in writing a fun story that actually means something The Anti Hero by Stella Duffy Second Doctor C Sure, why not. Far entertaining than most collections of short stories, even Doctor Who short stories Featuring 2 Tens, 2 Threes, a Four, a Six, an Eleven and a Two, so don t be taken in by the suggestion that there s a Twelve in here these seem to be somewhat centered on themes of control and mock realities, and were long enough to be fairly in depth, with arguably two exceptions Quite worth the read. There s a lot to commend the latest BBC Books roundup of their eBook output First there s the gorgeous, detailed design including a dustjacket which, with a little origami work, tells an amusing little short story, along with some nicely stylised frontispieces for each story Then there s the gender balance I m not certain any Doctor Who short story collection has been skewed towards female contributors before certainly not by a three to one ratio And of course, it s always interesting to see what novelists who ve earned their stripes elsewhere make of the chance to play in the Doctor Who sandbox.With the nature of the collection the level of quality is inevitably variable Pick of the bunch is Joanne Harris s The Loneliness of the Long Distance Time Traveller Whilst quoting poetry doesn t strike me as a very Pertwee thing to do the use of the story s chronological placement to emphasise story and theme is welcome Only A L Kennedy s The Death Pit has a similar virtue, mainly through being able to locate a gap for a solo fourth Doctor story and even then it feels like it should be placed a couple of seasons later than it is Stella Duffy and Jenny T Colgan s contributions are also well worth reading, the former borrowing some body horror from a Steven Moffat script as part of a nicely gruesome tale and the latter having fun updating old New Adventures tropes. I enjoyed this collection of short stories about the Doctor and his adventures The variety of authors gave each story its own voice and feeling It was also great to get a sampling of several different incarnations of the Doctor with different companions. At the peak of my love for Dr Who I had to pick this up from the library It was a great book that I read with my partner I feel some of my star rating may also be due to the experience and memory reading a book with my partner but the reading was smooth, nothing too jarring. (FREE PDF) ó Doctor Who ß Time Trips Is A Unique And Beautifully Illustrated Collection Of Doctor Who Adventures From Bestselling And Award Winning Writers Including Joanne Harris, Trudi Canavan, Nick Harkaway, AL Kennedy And Taking You From Ancient Alexandria To Nameless Planets In The Far Future, These Tales Are At Turns Funny, Frightening, Moving And Thought Provoking Short Stories That Are Bigger On The Inside Time Trips Includes The Anti Hero Featuring The Second Doctor By Stella Duffy Salt Of The Earth Featuring The Third Doctor By Trudi Canavan The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Time Traveller Featuring The Third Doctor By Joanne Harris The Death Pit Featuring The Fourth Doctor By AL Kennedy A Handful Of Stardust Featuring The Sixth Doctor By Jake Arnott The Bog Warrior Featuring The Tenth Doctor By Cecelia Ahern Keeping Up With The Joneses Featuring The Tenth Doctor By Nick Harkaway Into The Nowhere Featuring The Eleventh Doctor By Jenny T Colgan Doctor Who Time Trips is a nicely illustrated very pleasant anthology of stories featuring various incarnations of The Doctor While the various items can be purchased and downloaded individually, this ebook anthology is excellent value and should give great pleasure to all fans of The Doctor.