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Doctor Who: Demon Quest 2 - The Demon of Paris (Unabridged)
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Doctor Who: Demon Quest 2 - The Demon of Paris (Unabridged) [Audio Download]

by Paul Magrs (Author), Susan Jameson (Narrator), Tom Baker (Narrator)
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  • Listening Length: 1 hour and 9 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: AudioGO Ltd.
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 12 Oct 2010
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00474HVQQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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The second exciting adventure in a brand new series of linked multi-voice adventures for the Doctor and friends, based on characters from the classic TV series. Written by the acclaimed novelist Paul Magrs.
©2010 Paul Magrs; (P)2010 AudioGo Ltd

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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First released in 2010, this is the second part of a five part adventure for the Fourth Doctor released on audio. It is a single hour long episode on a single disc, with some well realised artwork on the inlay. Following the events of the opening episode (Relics of Time) the Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey are on a quest across time, following clues left by their mysterious adversary as they try to track down some missing parts from the TARDIS.

Here their quest takes them to 19th Century Paris, where Toulouse Lautrec appears to be caught up in some very shady shenanigans as his muses are disappearing. What follows is a reasonably entertaining tale as the dynamic duo track the mystery to it’s dark heart and uncover some grisly truths. It’s an ok adventure, one that is open ended ready for the next episode so cannot really be listened to in isolation from the rest of the series. There are some good gothic set pieces that are well realised, so in all 4 stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Mrs Wibbsey in Paris at the Moulin Rouge! 8 Aug 2011
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This is the second part of the Demon Quest series of adventures, with Tom Baker reprising his role as the Fourth Doctor; and he's in fine form. You can hear his hat and scarf, really. Mrs Wibbsey is her usual charming self, as she and the Doctor head off from ancient Briton to Paris, France in the late nineteenth century where the clues seem to lead them to Toulouse-Lautrec, the great Post-Impressionist painter. Cue seedy bars, bohemians drinking absinthe, missing callgirls and artist's models, and Monsieur Lautrec who doesn't seem to be his usual self.

Somewhat unusually, much of this story is narrated by Mrs Wibbsey - who comes across as somewhat less crusty and unapproachable as a result, which is good.

Can the Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey find out what is going on? And what does it have to do with the mysterious clues that Mrs Wibbsey got when she inadvertently sold part of the Doctor's Tardis console in part one of this series? Why would the poster have the Doctor's face on it? Why did the previous episode's mosaic have the Doctor's face on it? Who is leaving these clues, and why? And where does Mike Yates fit into the future part of the puzzle? The Doctor does not like people luring him ... so watch out as he dashes madly about Paris chasing for clues with Mrs Wibbsey in tow. Some questions are answered (in part), but more are left for us to chase.

Great stuff, wonderfully narrated by Tom Baker and Susan Jameson with great characters in the story, including the historical Toulouse-Lautrec. Onto the next part of the adventure!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Things take a turn! 12 July 2011
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The first volume of Paul Magrs' Demon Quest audio series was an enjoyable romp for Doctor Who fans. Tom Baker was back again as the Legendary Time Lord, with Susan Jameson in tow as companion Mrs Wibbsey, the Doctor's Housekeeper. After Mrs Wibbsey exchanged crucial components of the TARDIS for four mysterious, historical artefacts (all featuring a likeness of the Doctor), the time travellers must travel back and forth throughout Earth's history to learn the significance of the items, reclaim the TARDIS components, and unravel the identity and motives of the being who has put them on this chase.

Upon returning from Ancient Britain, The Doctor and Wibbsey's mission has now brought them to Paris in 1894, where the Doctor is surprised to discover himself in a painting almost identical to the famous poster for real-life comedian/cabaret singer Aristide Bruant. Painted by the exact-same artist, Toulouse-Lautrec! But while the Doctor tries to solve the mystery, a more sinister one is plaguing Paris. People are disappearing and Lautrec is being notoriously suspected. But as the truth slowly starts to unravel, what consequences will this spell for the Fourth Doctor and his companion?

The first part of Demon Quest - The Relics of Times - was an entertaining start that established the premise of Paul Magrs' arc, but there was some content in it that felt lacklustre, and you were left thinking that the stakes weren't as serious as implied. And instead of `hungering' to check out the next instalment, I felt merely `intrigued'.

The Demon of Paris changes the mood altogether. Things take a more darker tone here, and the haunting, eerie music and sound effects reflect this perfectly. Magrs deserves props for the direction he takes his story in.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Demon of Paris 9 Jan 2011
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The second story in the linked series of Demon Quest is one of the richest in atmosphere. Set in the murky depths of Paris amidst the Moulin Rouge the Doctor and Miss Wibbsey attempt to solve the mystery set up in the first play. Its a good deal darker than the first play, a nice little mystery as some answers are provided and new questions asked. The narration is by Wibbsey as opposed to the Doctor this time and helps provide atmosphere as essentially the narration is from a character who doesn't want to be involved in the events. In short wonderfully dark and it feels like this series in going to be a good one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Absinthe friends 16 Oct 2010
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The second installment of Paul Magrs' latest Tom Baker-starring original Doctor Who audio doesn't quite match the first part in terms of originality and verve but remains a hugely enjoyable romp, as The Doctor and his acerbic housekeeper find themselves in Nineteenth century Montmartre, on the trail of some missing components from the Doctor's TARDIS. Meeting notorious painter and raconteur Henri Toulouse-Letrec along the way, they have to solve the mystery of Letrec's apparent homicidal spree and how the enigmatic good-time girl Charlotte fits into it. Baker's range of tones - from sonorous to booming - are as delightful as ever, whilst Susan Jameson continues to nail the part of woman out of time; the brilliantly named Mrs Wibbsey.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Stuff!
Baker was one of my favourite Doctors so I was very eager to see how stories I had never heard of would fit into his chronolgy. I was not disappointed. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Mike
3.0 out of 5 stars Demon of Paris
The kids enjoyed it quite well but I found Tom Baker's voice didn't have enough variety to make the rather dense text so interesting.
Published on 14 Jun 2011 by Robin
3.0 out of 5 stars Sounds: A lot of fun.
Like its predecessor, Hornets' Nest, the Demon Quest sequence (Relice of Time, 3/5; Demon of Paris, 3/5; Shard of Ice, 5/5; Starfall, 3/5; Sepulchre, 3/5) is a rummy old thing:... Read more
Published on 21 Dec 2010 by Don Kepunja
5.0 out of 5 stars Demon Quest 2 The Demon of Paris

2nd of 5 excellent stories.

If you love the Doctor and Tom Baker's Doctor and audios then get these. Read more
Published on 15 Dec 2010 by Andy
4.0 out of 5 stars A Cromer girl in Paris
Following on from Doctor Who: Demon Quest: Relics of Time v. 1 here's the second - of five - in the latest series of Doctor Who audios from the BBC featuring Tom Baker back in the... Read more
Published on 13 Nov 2010 by Paul Tapner
4.0 out of 5 stars Return to the City of Death
One of Tom Baker's best televised stories was City Of Death, which was set and filmed in Paris. So having his Doctor have another adventure set in the French capital will... Read more
Published on 3 Nov 2010 by M. Evans
5.0 out of 5 stars It has a bouquet all of its own!
I've just spent a wonderful hour in the Paris of the belle epoque with the Doctor and his fabulously prim and dowdy companion, Mrs Wibbsey, haring around in hansom cabs and... Read more
Published on 22 Oct 2010 by N. Campbell
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