Dark Eyes (Doctor Who) Audio CD – Audiobook, 1 Nov 2012
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I loved opening story `The Great War' due to its period setting and an initially dazed and confused Doctor. I appreciated the time travelling to 1972 and Second World War in second story `Fugitives' and very much enjoyed the alien world and inhabitants plus, initially, Daleks behaving in a very puzzling manor to the Doctor and Molly during third story `Tangled Web'. Personally I found fourth story `X and the Daleks' rather bewildering and somewhat muddled on a first listen but still great fun.
For me new Paul McGann Doctor Who was long overdue and I was delighted to buy a copy at a great reduced price from an Amazon seller. I understand that there are more `Dark Eyes' box sets planned for 2014 & 2015 and on the evidence of this first set this certainly looks like an exciting, imaginative and enjoyable new future for the eighth Doctor which I hope I'll be able to afford... but please lets have something other than Daleks in future!
It take place right after the end of the run of audio stories that featured the Eighth Doctor and his companion Lucie Miller. Last of those was To the Death (Doctor Who: the Eighth Doctor Adventures). Whilst you would get more out of this if you heard all of that run, this would actually work pretty well as a jumping on point.
All you need to know is
The Doctor was in a great battle with the Daleks. From which he emerged victorious. But emotionally damaged.
When this story starts, he's off looking for hope. Something to inspire him to keep going. What he finds is a Timelord from the Gallifreyan Celestial Intervention Agency. Who offers him the chance to find hope. Via a mission to investigate a threat to all of time and space.
Which seems to be centred on an irish lady called Molly O'Sullivan. A member of the volunteer aid detachment who helped nurses during World War one.
Once Molly meets the Doctor, her life will never be the same again. But why is she so important?
This is a four part story. Spread over four Cd's. All of which come in their own individual cd boxes inside one larger cardboard one. Each disc is basically one long episode. The only breaks in them being the usual cd chapter ones. Each episode runs from fifty to fifty nine minutes [approx.]
The story does involve the Doctor. The Daleks. And the Timelords. Could it be the start of the Time war, you might ask?
At the time this was released, none of the audio stories were canon. But more recent events have seemingly made them such.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An enjoyable full cast read Audio CD, the Dr Who of the 90's that didn't make it to the small screenPublished 13 months ago by Mr. C. Cook
Arrived very speedily, good price and in excellent condition. A much loved gift!Published 14 months ago by kate fairbairn
A quick service, would reconmend the service. My son loves this item bought it for him as a birthday present.Published on 30 Jan. 2014 by Karen North
Having heard the Eighth Doctor Adventures before with Sheridan Smith as Lucie Miller (don't worry if you haven't heard them it is not really necessary but it can help), I thought... Read morePublished on 19 Jan. 2014 by Gary
Great story, daleks on top form, good motivation to the Doc's actions too. The usual timey-wimey twists and turns. recommend it, very entertaining and engaging.Published on 18 Nov. 2013 by Arthur's pal
This was my first flavour of a Big Finish audio play and I loved it. I thought the story was on form, the Doctor was brilliant and the Daleks were scary. Read morePublished on 11 Oct. 2013 by Ash
Even if you don't usually like audio books and could never get into the Doctor Who Big Finish or Audio Go ranges you will still enjoy this. It's that good. Read morePublished on 26 Aug. 2013 by Amazon Customer