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Doctor Who: Winner Takes All

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Paperback published by BBC Books (Random House UK)

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Paperback (256 pages)
Published: September 24, 2013
Publisher: Random House UK
Imprint: BBC Books
ISBN: 9781849907156
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  • "I thought I'd better call home," said Rose, wandering into the TARDIS's huge, vaulted control room and waving her phone at the Doctor.

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  • So, arm in arm, they left the flat, and walked towards the future.

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