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Doctor Who: The Stone Rose | Hardback

Released on 13 April 2006

Author: Jacqueline Rayner | Format: Hardback

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Mickey is startled to find a statue of Rose in a museum - a statue that is 2,000 years old. The Doctor realises that this means the TARDIS will shortly take them to Ancient Rome, but when it does, he and Rose soon have more on their minds than sculpture.

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 Stone Rose

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What is a statue of Rose doing here? The Doctor and Rose wonders what the statue is doing in the 21st century and why is it so old? The brave duo try to travel back in time to discover the origins of this strange phenomenon. When they get to the source they find that its not so easy just to walk in and ask whats going on. They must tread very carefully to be able to leave with their lives and limbs intact.

 I LOVE THIS BOOK!!!!!

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One of the first Doctor Who books i read and it was brilliant. Recommened for Doctor Who fans and book lovers.

 The first Doctor Who book that I read

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After not reading a book for years I decided to buy this book because I love Doctor Who and it sounded like a great story. The story is about The Doctor and Rose who go back to Rome to try and find out why there a statue of Rose in a museum in the 21st century. Like I said I have not read a book in years but when I began reading this book I could not put it down. This is differently one of my favourite books.

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AuthorJacqueline Rayner
PublisherEbury Press (GB)
Year2006
ISBN9780563486435
FormatHardback - 256 Pages