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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (22 April 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1844350215
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844350216
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 6.8 x 12.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,197,477 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Victor HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on 22 Aug. 2013
First released in 2003, this is the fourth and final episode in the second series of standalone releases for the Daleks from the Big Finish team. It is not a standalone release and has to be listened to in conjunction with the other episodes for it to make sense. It's just over an hour long, and is on a single disc. As with the first series I just love the retro art work.

The episode opens rather frustratingly. At the end of episode three we were left with a major cliffhanger, but this is totally ignored at the start of this episode as the action shifts to some time in the future and explains the enigmatic framing device that has been used for the preceding episodes. This sets up the action for series three. It is sometime into the episode before we pick up the story of Kalendorf, Suze and Alby. It's an interesting and effective device, setting up more questions and keeping us in suspense. The main sotry, when it comes, is absolutely amazeballs. IT's a powerful conclusion to the series as Kalendorf faces the Mentor, and sets in motion a plan to rid the Galaxy of the original Daleks. The end of the story, when it came, had me absolutely gripped and almost in tears for the tragedy of Kalendorf, that most noble of warriors who never quite managed to achieve his ultimate desire.

It's a powerhouse rollercoaster of a ride that left me feeling quite drained. This has been another excellent Dalek series, and sets things up very nicely for a new series with a different set of characters. 5 stars.
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Dalek War Comes to a Downbeat End 21 Nov. 2014
By Adam - Published on
Episode 4 of Dalek Empire is at times frustrating, at other times maddening, and quite often depressing, while also being thought provoking.

The pacing is bleh as after the cliffhanger in Part 3, we begin Part 4 with a framing story about the people who are discussing the actions of Kalendorf that led to the great disaster which devastated the galaxy two thousand years after the fact and how they came to be able to even know what happened. This explains some things but slows down the story.

Kalendorf's plan to drive all Daleks (both the original models and those from another universe) from the galaxy effects the lives of billions and has tragic consequences for his friends. Gareth Thomas really carries this story as Kalendorf who carries a sense of guilt but remains a cunning man to the end. In some ways, his pledge to get rid of all Daleks is almost as fanatical as the Daleks are. A final meeting between him and the Mentor certainly teases the audience and begs the thought that there had to be some other way.

But that's left up to the listener to ponder as there are no quick answers in this collection itself.

The story is depressing yet thought provoking, and it's certainly an unforgettable conclusion to Dalek War. The bonus CD with making of features is interesting but not as well-made as more recent Big Finish extras CDs.
Don't mix styles up at the conclusion! 9 Mar. 2015
By Dione Basseri - Published on
In this episode of the Dalek Empire, we first shoot forward in time, finding a galaxy devastated by some long-forgotten catastrophe. As one of the last scholars of this event tells the tale, we find that the alternate-universe Daleks have left, beliving this universe no longer worthy of their attentions. Then comes the final confrontation between Kalendorf and Suz/The Dalek Emperor.

Overall good, though the framing device was a bit unwanted, seeing as it hasn't appeared in any of the rest of the series. Having it as a bit at the end would have been fine, but surrounding the episode, it felt odd.
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