- Audio CD
- Publisher: Big Finish Productions Ltd (30 Sept. 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1781780773
- ISBN-13: 978-1781780770
- Product Dimensions: 14.3 x 1 x 12.1 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 246,233 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Daleks Among Us (Doctor Who) Audio CD – Audiobook, 30 Sep 2013
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Following the trail of Schalk and the Persuasion Machine, and knowing that Garundel’s allies are somehow involved in what is going on, the Doctor, Klein and Will head back to Minos where they last saw Schalk to try to pick up the trail. What they find there horrifies them. Now the Doctor has to travel to Azimuth and try to save the universe from the Persuasion Machine. Klein is driven to find out about her own past, and what the Doctor has to do with involving himself in her life now, and Will tries to save all his friends. Nobody will be quite the same by the time this story is finished. Because on Azimuth, there are no Daleks, and there never were. Twenty years ago Azimuth was not saved from the Daleks by the Doctor. And to suggest otherwise will have dire consequences.
This is a great story, and a brilliant conclusion to this trilogy. The story takes all the threads that have been presented in the first two stories of the trilogy, and weaves them together into a breathless tale of treachery, greed and horror; one that has Klein facing up to her past as well as her present, and Will Arrowsmith feeling the grief of some more brutal lessons about ‘life in the field’. For the Doctor, he must face up to the consequences of all his past actions, and atone for things he didn’t even know he was responsible for. The characters in this story (and through the story there are quite a few characters who meet up with the Tardis crew) are really well cast. The story itself is brilliantly written, and it is well paced throughout the whole 120 minutes.Read more ›
This is the hundred and seventy seventh release from Big Finish in their range of full cast audio adventures starring classic Doctor Whos. It stars Sylvester McCoy, Tracey Childs and Christain Edwards as Seven, Elizabeth Klein and new companion Will Arrowsmith. There are four episodes, roughly 30 minutes each, complete with cliffhangers and original theme music between each. Two episodes per disc on 2 discs, and a short booklet with some pictures of the cast and production notes. There are some interviews with cast and crew at the end of the second disc and a few minutes of the soundtrack at the end of disc 1.
This is the third story in a trilogy that has followed the Doctor and his companions in their hunt across time and space for the Persuasion machine and its creator. The trilogy opened with the dreadful ‘Persuasion’ then picked up a little for the passable second story ‘Starlight Robbery’. It needed a really really good story to finish it off and bring some redemption to this lacklustre set of releases, but unfortunately we are served up with another underwhelming story. Which is a shame, as a mixture of Daleks, Klein, Davros, Seven and Nazis seems like a total no-brainer for a great story.
The story is a confused mess of ideas that often loses sight of the Persuasion strand altogether. There’s too much going on, and it does not all fit together neatly. On top of this, the writer has given the characters some really terrible dialogue. Terry Molloy is as game an old trouper as they come, professional right down to his fingertips, but even he seems to cringe a little at some of the lines Davros is forced to utter. Also, the series continues to include Will Arrowsmith.Read more ›
It's the final part in a trilogy of stories, the first two of which were Persuasion (Doctor Who) and Starlight Robbery (Doctor Who). These three releases don't entirely stand on their own as they form one long story. Suffice it to say that if you've not heard those two, you haven't really got a hope of understanding this one.
If you have, read on.
This story runs for four parts and is spread across two cd's. Episodes one, three and four all run close to thirty five minutes [approx], whereas part two is just twenty three minutes in length.
Still on the track of Schalk and the Persuasion machine, and unaware that some old enemies are now involved, the Doctor and friends follow a trail that brings them to the planet Azimuth. A place which, decades before, the Doctor helped liberate from Dalek control.
So why is mentioning that, and the Daleks, now a crime that will lead to people being re-educated?
Rebels, who have a rather surprising leader, are fighting back against an oppressive regime. But other things are going on here. Forgotten legacies are about to be revealed as the battle for the power of persuasion comes to a head..
The Seventh Doctor is always especially interesting when he's not in control of the situation, and this is especially true in the first third of part one.Read more ›