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The Third Doctor Who Quiz Book was the third in a series of licensed quiz books published by Target Books who were better known for their series of novelisations.

Publisher's summary[]

Who was the Deadly Assassin?

On which planet did the Daleks search for their destiny?

How did the Cybermen attempt to alter the course of history?

Why was the Rani exiled from Gallifrey?

Once again Nigel Robinson has compiled over 1,000 questions on all aspects of the Doctor's adventures in time and space. The Third Doctor Who Quiz Book is designed too lead you to a deeper appreciation of the world's longest running TV science-fiction series, and increase your knowledge of the many worlds of Doctor Who.

Nigel Robinson has compiled a Second Doctor Who Quiz Book to test your knowledge of the ever-expanding Whoniverse. Over 1,000 questions and answers will tell whether you know who's who and what's what in all matters relating to the extraordinaryily widely travelled Doctor.

Subject matter[]

As with the first two quiz books questions were arranged in sections by topics and covered the televised adventures up till and including Revelation of the Daleks. With longer than one-word answers to most questions.

Notable features[]

  • To avoid paying additional fees for character likeness, the cover was designed so as to featuring no image of the Doctor, although the cover did show an outline of the Sixth Doctor's face.


  • This title was released priced £1.50 (UK) with an increased print run of 35,000 copies.