Dalek Empire 2.2 - Dalek War Chapter Two (Doctor Who S.) Audio CD – Audiobook, 1 Feb 2003
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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.
It is now becoming clear that Alby, Mirana and Kalendorf have some plan to defeat both the alliance and enemy Daleks using the newly recovered Susan Mendes. And it also clear that the alliance Daleks pose as much, if not more of a threat to the galaxy than the original evil Daleks.
It's another good run around, as a desperate plan is put into action, and the story starts to resolve itself. Susan gets some particularly good moments as she and Alby, finally reunited, try to get out of the enemy Daleks grip. There is lots of action and adventure here, but there is a dark overtone that contrasts nicely and gives the piece a thoughtful tone. Especially with the moral questions of just how far should one go to free humanity? It's one flaw is the particularly bad characterisation of a character called Morli. You feel that in the real world she would have either been the subject of a `tragic' friendly fire incident or annoyed the Daleks so much that they would have exterminated her. It's certain that no-one that annoying would live for long in a war zone.
Another excellent release from BF, 5 stars.
The threads of the story are now drawing together, as the battle between the alliance and the enemy Daleks reaches its final stages, and Kalendorf's plan for getting rid of the alliance Daleks starts to become clear. It's another action packed episode with dark overtones, as the producers are not afraid to kill off main characters as the situation demands. There are some particularly dark moments here for Mirana in some scenes that I found quite disturbing. The episode builds to a real powerhouse climax and finishes on a note that left me desperate to listen to the next episode to see just what had happened. Excellent stuff, 5 stars.
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