Suzi’s back again then! They don’t seem to be able to stop themselves from bringing her back. When I started listening to this story I thought it might be a little dull, but it was a good one in the end. Even a little dark.
I’ve been really enjoying this season of Doctor Who, so I had high hopes for this story, but it just wasn’t as good as I’d hoped. Don’t get me wrong, it was an ok story, just not an awesome story as some of the others have been. It’s not like I’m going to stop getting these stories, I’m just hoping that this is blip in the season and nothing more.
I did enjoy it but I can’t say that it was as good as the first in this trilogy. In fact it really felt like a stand alone story really rather than a continuation from the first one with the 5th Doctor. I’m hoping that the third will make sense in terms of bringing them together to form a really coherent trilogy.
And I think it probably has to be one of the best episodes of the audio series so far. It was really funny, well written and a great little story which kept me happy for an hour. I hope they do a few more like this, specifically with Andy as well, as he’s a great character and really does lighten the mood.
So this is the second part of this excellent 3 part story with the Master. I’m really looking forward to hearing this one, and if it’s even half as good as the first part it’ll be amazing.
Another Torchwood episode arrives, and it’s with Andy too. Have to listen to this. Hope it’s a good one!
I only finished listening to this the other day and I have to say that it really was a cracking story. In fact I’d probably say it was one of the best big finish stories I’ve heard. It had so many different elements to it and of course it isn’t over as there are two more parts on the way, both with different doctors.
But this was a wonderful listen and I’ll probably listen to it again in the not too distant future I liked it so much.
I’ve only listened up to The Liberator Chronicles 6 up to know, so I’m slowly going to get through all of these, starting with 7. When I’ve listened to it I’ll let you know the verdict.
This was a great story, effectively a prequel to The Talons of Weng Chiang. It was a good romp of a story. Highly enjoyable! I’d certainly recommend it.