Power of the Book Relaunch

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Eruditorum Press is pleased to announce the reissuing of TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 2: Patrick Troughton, the second book in the TARDIS Eruditorum series, a sprawling history of modern Britain through the idiosyncratic yet productive lens of Doctor Who. As the name suggests, this volume covers the Patrick Troughton era, with essays on every televised story from The Power of the Daleks through The War Games, along with side jaunts into a myriad of spinoff media both contemporary and anachronistic, as well as essays on other cultural events such as You Only Live TwiceThe PrisonerBatman, and the Summer of Love. 

This newly released edition features rewritten essays on The Underwater Menace, The Enemy of the World, and The Web of Fear to reflect the ten previously missing episodes that have been recovered since the book's initial publication in 2012, as well as an essay on the Telos novella Wonderland. There are also, in the paperback edition, various typesetting adjustments to bring its design up to the quality standards set by other Eruditorum Press books. 

The book is available at the following links in both paperback and DRM-free ebook editions. 

Amazon

Amazon UK

Smashwords (for non-Kindle e-readers)

If you've previously purchased the ebook through either Smashwords or Amazon you can upgrade to the new edition for free through the appropriate site. 

Comments

biggerontheinside 1 month ago

May I ask, although it's no big deal if not, is there any way to get the upgraded version if we acquired them through your most recent Kickstarter?

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Elizabeth Sandifer 1 month ago

Message me via Kickstarter and I'll get you sorted.

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Eric 1 month ago

At the risk of looking like I'm missing something obvious, how do download the new version? Simply deleting my old copy and redownloading the book to my kindle didn't work.

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Elizabeth Sandifer 1 month ago

Your best bet is to contact Amazon customer service.

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Anthony Strand 1 month ago

Ha, I love that you revised the list of all-time best stories in the "Enemy" essay to include "Kill the Moon."

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James Sommerville 1 month ago

Ordered. Just finishing Volume 1 this week so perfect timing.

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James V 3 weeks, 6 days ago

Was gonna get the new ebook version but then the Talons Bros started giving you a hard time so I upgraded to the print edition instead because fuck Talons Bros.

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