By Eoin Colfer
11 medical professionals, 11 months, 11 tales: a year-long party of health care professional Who! the main intriguing names in children's fiction each one create their very own specific event in regards to the time-travelling Time Lord.
London, 1900. the 1st general practitioner is lacking either his hand and his granddaughter, Susan. confronted with the hunt for Susan, a wierd beam of soporific gentle, and a bunch of marauding Soul Pirates purpose on harvesting human limbs, the physician is promised a deadly trip right into a land he might by no means forget...
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A Big Hand For the Doctor (Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary, First Doctor) by Eoin Colfer