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Whostrology: A Time Traveller’s Almanac (“Doctor Who”)

Whostrology: A Time Traveller’s Almanac (“Doctor Who”)

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5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

Written by Michael M Gilroy-Sinclair

Illustrated by Deborah Taylor

Whostrology: an astrological system based upon the travels of a certain Time Lord. The mythic qualities of his tales of adventure form the basis for this book of daily readings, zodiac signs and explanations, and other Who-based astrological elements, designed to allow every Whofan to lead a life of peace and ordered calm.

400pp. B-format paperback book.
ISBN 978-1-84583-062-5
Published 31 October 2012.

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Whostrology: an astrological system based upon the travels of a certain Time Lord. The mythic qualities of his tales of adventure form the basis for this book of daily readings that can help you shape your life and live in a truly Whovian way.

It has been said that the Doctor was born under the sign of the crossed computers. This could mean one of two things. It could be nothing more than a flippant remark to a passing local; or it could be a reference to the stars as seen from the Doctor’s home world. As any visible constellations are an arbitrary set of images fully dependant on the observer’s location in time and space as well as their cultural heritage, it can also be argued that some people have nothing better to do than make things up.

Whostrologyis a book of daily readings, zodiac signs and explanations, and other Who-based astrological elements, designed to allow every Whofan to lead a life of peace and ordered calm.

400pp. B-format paperback book.
ISBN 978-1-84583-062-5
Published 31 October 2012.

Additional information

Weight .489 kg
Dimensions 20.2 x 13.2 x 2 cm

1 review for Whostrology: A Time Traveller’s Almanac (“Doctor Who”)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    M M Gilroy-Sinclair

    Five reviews from amazon.com for whostrology
    A fun Doctor Who inspired daily-reading book
    By R.C. Cormier on September 3, 2013
    Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
    I am a regular listener of Michael’s Tin Dog podcast and was very happy that he was expanding and publishing his Whostrology segment. The entries are great to read as historical pieces and are full of whimsy. It is a great book for Doctor Who fans, especially those who can tease out the historical references.

    HERE ARE THE REVIEWS FROM AMAZON.CO.UK
    By Amazon Customer on January 31, 2013
    Format: Paperback
    This review is a cut and paste of the first five reviews this book has had on Amazon.co.uk. I am the author and thought it useful for the following to be made available on Amazon.com.

    The book has a five star average. Judge for yourself.

    Thanks M. M Giloy-Sinclair

    5.0 out of 5 stars Horoscopes for Whovians – a truly splendid book!, 31 Dec 2012
    By Mr James Naughton – See all my reviews
    This review is from: Whostrology: a Time Traveller’s Almanac (Paperback)
    Are you a Whovian with a good sense of humour? Then buy this book! You’ll love it!

    Whether you’re into horoscopes or not, this book is sure to raise a smile. It’s incredibly clever – the author has taken a phenomenal amount of time to research and write the book.

    It’s very knowledgeably written and beautifully illustrated. Highly recommended for all who fans!
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Fun book you can randomly dip into, 28 Nov 2012
    By Adam J. Purcell – See all my reviews
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    This review is from: Whostrology: a Time Traveller’s Almanac (Paperback)
    We all know horoscopes are made up, so why not just make them funny and Doctor Who related? That’s exactly what the author did.

    Each day of the year is marked by some sage words that not only challenge your Who trivia knowledge but also wonderfully amuse (especially if you get the references, of course!

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