Reviewed By: jolyon
Review Date: 6/27/16 5:37 am
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For your own sanity, do the first two parts of the trilogy before you get here. If you don't, you're missing out on a set up that irritated me and delighted me in equal measure. There's one mark off the ten only because this story doesn't stand alone.
By using Sylvester McCoy, we get to have a Doctor that nobody minds having relegated to the sidelines, so that our two Masters take centre stage. When they get together, it's everything you want it to be and more. I thought I would be rooting for one over the other, but the reality is that you just enjoy them both as the universe disappears around them.
The main range really is the place to be at the moment.