Doctor Who Titles Dominate Telos Publishings 2016 Top Ten BUT…..


Telos Publishing is a small independent publisher best known for its Doctor Who related book titles.
The name of the company gives it away, the imprint was founded with a love of the history of the Doctor in mind.
David J Howe has just released the list of top ten of 2016 book titles (excluding 2017 preorders), and it is fair to say that Doctor Who does dominate with 6 out of ten titles being Doctor Who related. But is it good to see that the publisher is featuring more and more original fiction, the latest Sam Stone book holding on to the number 8 slot after only being published a couple of months ago.

We do love indie publishers, so if you are interested in buying a title PLEASE use the links below to go to the relevant Telos.co.uk book page.

1 The Target Book h/b by David J Howe Buy here
2 Time of the Doctor (“Doctor Who” 2012 & 2013) p/b by Stephen James Walker Buy Here
3 Time of the Doctor (“Doctor Who” 2012 & 2013) h/b by Stephen James Walker Buy Here
4 The Making of “Casino Royale” (1967) (Telos Movie Classics # 2) by Michael Richardson Buy Here
5 Howe’s Transcendental Toybox by David J Howe and Arnold T Blumberg Buy Here
6 Madman in a Box: The Social History of “Doctor Who” by David Johnson Buy Here
7 Rubber Sharks and Wooden Acting: The Ultimate Bad Movie Guide by Nico Vaughan Buy Here
8 Kat and the Pendulum (Kat Lightfoot # 5) by Sam Stone Buy Here
9 Songs for Europe – Vol 2 (“Eurovision Song Contest”) by Gordon Roxburgh Buy Here
10 The Handbook Vols 1+2 (“Doctor Who”)by David J Howe, Stephen James Walker and Mark Stammers Buy Here


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