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1.5 - Mirror, Signal, Manoeuvre

A bio-warfare scandal from the 1940s takes Sarah to a remote island in the Indian Ocean. She pursues the scoop with a fellow journalist from her former company, Planet 3. But why wonÂ’t she contact her friends back in the UK?

The more she investigates the story, the less Sarah recognises that she is the story. Josh and Natalie discover that Sarah has been searching for pursuers in ... (more)

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Review By jduteau 10/28/11 1:16 am
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Okay, so I didn't like the whole doomsday cult angle of these stories. But this one overcame that angle and was actually a very suspenseful and riveting adventure. I was actually okay with the cult arc for this story as it led to all of the conflicts. Will's secret and the effect that all of this is having on Josh were especially interesting to listen to as those actors are very good.
Review By jduteau 10/28/11 1:14 am
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The ending left me quite unsettled, especially since there were no more Sarah Jane stories by Big Finish. Did they really intend to leave things they way they are at the ending? Since we see her again in School Reunion and then in the SJ Adventures, that is all moot now I guess. This story, once again besides the doomsday cult angle, is a good one, but my suspension of belief was ruined by thinking that Sarah Jane would be able to handle herself up in space (as the picture on the audio jacket shows). That led me to rank it a bit lower than I would have otherwise.
Review By jduteau 10/28/11 12:52 am
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Another episode that doesn't move the overarching story but this one, unlike 1.2, was a good story. As Sarah and Josh slowly piece together the mystery, I was trying to figure it out as well. I suspected the ending all along, but I wasn't completely sure until it closer to the end of the story. To me, that seems to be the sign of a good mystery play.
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