Right out of the long-running Doctor Who sci-fi TV series.
Book contains 320 lined white pages.
This journal looks like a TARDIS! Measuring 8-inches tall x 5-inches wide and containing 160 lined white pages, this terrific Doctor Who TARDIS Journal is right out of the long-running Doctor Who sci-fi TV series. The cardboard hardcovers feature series-specific artwork, front and back, that mimics the look of the Doctor's famous time machine. Document your travels through time and space with your very own TARDIS Journal!
TARDIS stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space and looks just like a wooden Police phone box from the 1950s on the outside, but is of infinite proportions on the inside. This incredible time machine is piloted by the Doctor, a mysterious Time Lord, and is able to transport him anywhere through time and space, disappearing in one place and reappearing somewhere new.
Of all the people who have travelled with the Doctor, River Song is the most enigmatic of them all. She always seems to be one step ahead of the Doctor, even when he’s in her past. Nobody has been able to figure out how River knows the Doctor so well, although there have been plenty of guesses! River carries a small blue book with her, wherever she goes, which seems to be a diary of her past, and the Doctor’s future. Whatever is written within, River will only say one word about her book-- “Spoilers!”