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< 1.1 - Blood of the Daleks: Part 1
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1.2 - Blood of the Daleks: Part 2

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Reviewed By: newt5996Review Date: 3/13/15 12:56 pm
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Part Two of Blood of the Daleks is an interesting enough story that is able to stay just as good if not better than Part One in many aspects. It keeps up a nice pace with the actors clearly enjoying themselves. Sheridan Smith's Lucie Miller makes an interesting first impression but is kind of annoying. Sadly the story also has notes of Power Of the Daleks but never goes as far as a rip off.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 3/10/15 10:00 pm
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Part 2 of the Blood of the Daleks really pays off as we find the Daleks have arrived to destroy the Human/Dalek hyrbids to keep the Dalek bloodlines pure. Some great Dalek stories are revisited here with a note of, "Power of the Daleks" where a Dalek ship crashed and a scientist revived the Daleks. In this story, the scientist found the Daleks dead and decided to build his own. Also as in "Genesis of the Daleks" the Doctor tries to reason with the creation of this new Dalek race. The difference and similarities are both fascinating.

Overall, there's a lot of great action in the story. Kenneth Cranham delivers as Tim Cardwell, a conspiracy theorist who turns out to be right and is trying to save his world from the Daleks at any cost, although he doesn't quite have the whole picture. Also, the Lucie character's rough edges aren't quite so grating.

The ending however makes this story in a way that creates a powerful audio image. Overall, this is a great episode and a solid two parter to begin the Eighth Doctor Adventures.
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Reviewed By: TakeTheType40Review Date: 2/17/15 12:48 pm
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Amazing and awesome story, everything I said in Part One stand true here. I have purchased Series 1 of EDA and will be listen to them shortly. Havent replayed this one yet, so no score on that front.
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Reviewed By: SLRibsReview Date: 5/15/11 7:20 am
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Unlike the majority of the reviews below seem to indicate, I did not find this as good as the first part of this story. There's just something off about this part, and I'm not quite sure what. However, it is still a wholly enjoyable tale and has it's moments, especially picking up in the last fifteen minutes or so.
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