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The Invasion of E-Space (Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicles) Audio CD – Audiobook, 31 Oct 2010

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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (31 Oct. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1844354865
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844354863
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 1 x 12.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 854,551 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tim Bradley on 28 May 2014
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`The Invasion of E-Space' is a Big Finish `Doctor Who companion chronicle featuring Lalla Ward's Romana and is written by...Andrew Smith! This is a real treat as Andrew returns to write for `Doctor Who' after so many years!

Andrew Smith wrote `Full Circle', a `Doctor Who' story in 1980, which was the first story in 'The E-Space Trilogy'. In 2009 at a convention in Glasgow, Andrew met up with David Richardson, producer at Big Finish. Both got talking, and David shared how much he loved `Full Circle' and Andrew shared how much he loved Big Finish. In the end, Andrew was graciously invited to write a brand new `Doctor Who' story with Lalla Ward's Romana in the companion chronicles series. He wrote `The CVE Makers' which eventually became `The Invasion of E-Space'. It makes a nice connection to Andrew's first writing experience for `Doctor Who' in a universe set apart from our own. It was the start of a brand new relationship with Big Finish and Andrew would happily write more `Doctor Who' stories.

I've had the pleasure of meeting Andrew a couple of times at conventions. I've met him twice in Tunbridge Wells and in Slough. When I met him in Slough, I asked him to sign the CD cover of `The Invasion of E-Space' for me. Andrew's a great guy to chat to as he's a Scot and knows how to write `Doctor Who' pretty well. I've had the pleasure of meeting his little girl who was with him at the same convention. We chatted about how much he enjoyed writing for Big Finish and writing `The Invasion of E-Space'.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 Nov. 2010
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Latest Doctor Who companion chronicle. These are talking books which see an actor who played a companion to the Doctor on TV returning to the role to read an all new story featuring their character. They do all the voices save one which is performed by another actor.

And they run for two episodes of thirty minutes each and are on a single cd.

This one sees the return of Lalla Ward to the role of Romana, which she performed on TV opposite Tom Baker's Doctor in his later years in the part, and which she's played in two previous companion chronicles and some other audio projects also.

The invasion of e-space is written by Andrew Smith, who wrote the 1980 fourth doctor tv story full circle, which intoduced the character of Adric as a companion. And it's set between the next two stories State of Decay and Warrior's Gate, which saw the TARDIS crew trying to escape from another universe known as e-space.

In this story, whilst they look for a way back to their universe, they find aliens from there have created a gateway in and out of e space of their own. And they are using it for an attack on a planet called Ballustra.

Marni Tellus, a female detective from the planet is caught up in action with the TARDIS crew when the aliens attack. And they quickly find that not just the fate of Ballustra is at stake. Because if the aliens aren't stopped, the fate of both universes could hang in the balance as well...

This tries to be epic space opera, and whilst it could be a rather dry accounting of events - the narrative device has it that both Romana and Marni are recording their stories for posterity - it actually works rather well, thanks to the two actresses.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Keen Reader TOP 50 REVIEWER on 12 Feb. 2012
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This is another of the Companion Chronicles, where one of the Doctor's companions relates a story from their time with their Doctor - in this case, Romana II tells of an adventure in E-Space with the Fourth Doctor, shortly after they had gained Adric as a Tardis companion.

As the Doctor and Romana seek a way to get back to N-Space, they find what seems too good to be true; a CVE forming that they should be able to reach in time to find their way back. But what does the forming of the CVE mean for the nearby planet of Ballustra, where Marni Tellis has been investigating brutal murders; and is someone or something coming the other way through the CVE?

The voice of Suanne Braun as Marni Tellis sounded so familiar that I had to do some more research - now I remember her from Stargate SG-1 when she played Hathor. Her voice is very smooth and distinct; she plays the part in this story of a law enforcement officer with precision and clarity; great casting I thought.

This is a great Doctor Who story; a good and solid story of the time of the Doctor and Roman in E-Space, and a good overall Doctor Who `classic'-feeling story of the Fourth Doctor. Thoroughly recommended in the Companion Chronicles.
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Dull 25 Dec. 2014
By Adam Graham, Superhero and Detective Fiction Author - Published on Amazon.com
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This story of an alien invasion from N-Space to E-Space during Romana's time in E-space with the Doctor has potential but is ultimately too dull. The best Companion Chronicles put the Companion into some new type of situation or danger or have them meet up with some character or provide a deeper look at a character, or at least introduce some fascinating concept. There are okay concepts here but the story is mostly quite dry. Romana (played by Lalla Ward) is very calm and analytical about everything. and Suanne Braun reads most of her character's line with all the passion of BBC news anchor letting us know about a dreadfully boring political story. The script is the main culprit. Andrew Smith wrote for Doctor Who in Season 18 and this is far dryer than a typical Season 18 script and that season was rightfully known for being a bit dull.
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