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VINE VOICETOP 500 REVIEWERon 7 September 2006
The eighth doctor and his companions visit london in the 1850's to see the great exhibition. Typically things go a little pear shaped, and the three are separated, lost in the city, and the tardis is gone.

How will they cope? The doctor meets a woman who thinks he is her long lost husband. C'rizz is captured by the nasty owner of a freak show. And charley falls in with the duke of wellington.

The story is very much in the style of charles dickens, a victorian drama showing what happens to the three of them next. An engaging piece of character with some well drawn protagonists this is an enjoyable listen. But it's very short on plot. And it's also a bit too long for it's own good.

This is a perfectly decent audio. But with a bit more drama and a bit less length, it could have been so much more
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3.4 out of 5 stars