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2.4 - Dalek War - Chapter Four

Two thousand years ago, the galaxy was devestated by a great catastrophe. No one really knows what happened. Some say it was the work of the 'Dark One' of the 'Bringer of Death'.

And in the ancient remains of a civilisation on the planet Velyshaa, a lonely outcast is uncovering evidence of who that terrible figure really was.

Could it be that Kalendorf's deter... (more)

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Review By komodo 10/24/13 7:06 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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For King and Country!
Project: Infinity has nothing to do with the Forge.

I was a little lost as it began by running off at a tangent in an effort to explain the end of the last story and set up the bulk of this story. The problem being one did not follow on well from the other and the introcued paradigm did not sit well within the whole.

Without Suze, Alby and Karlendorf had to drive the plot, but they did it poorly.

The second half did pick up though as total dalek war errupted. As a bonus there were units of special weapons daleks, which bumped my opinion of this up by a lot.

Who wouldn't love battles featuring battalions of daleks with special weapon units being used strategically?
Review By Sprocketship 10/1/12 8:29 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Part 2 of this epic is great. The characters find themselves in even worse dilemmas than before. This script is solid with some great twists. Sarah Mowat, Gareth Thomas, and Mark McDonnell give powerful performances that fire the listener's imagination.

This is the Dalek story the BBC never had the ability to tell.

Better than episode 1, I can't wait to hear part 3.

Review By Sprocketship 9/23/12 10:22 pm
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
An excellent, but somewhat disjointed opening to an epic story.

With the exception of BAD WOLF and PARTING OF THE WAYS, we've never experienced the Daleks as the rolling blitzkrieg of death and destruction that their reputation has always made them out to be. Until now.

To hear the accounts of survivors of a Dalek holocaust add so much more weight and menace to the villains and is a great setup for future stories.

Over all, this production is a great listen and more than worth the $5 price tag that Big Finish has on it!
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Review By: Lie128
Submitted 7/17/12 8:14 am