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The sands of time are running... and they are in pursuit of Jago, Litefoot, Leela and Ellie. As the final battle gets underway, the infernal investigators make the decision of their lives...
Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago), Trevor Baxter (Professor Litefoot), Louise Jameson (Leela), Colin Baker (Claudius Dark), Lisa Bowerman (Ellie), Elizabeth Counsell (Abigail Woburn), Alan Cox (Oscar Wilde), Victoria Alcock (Winnie O'Connor), Terry Molloy (Lord Ampthill), Christopher Beeny (Mr Kempston), Mike Grady (Mr Hardwick)
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Lisa Bowerman


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Review By komodo
Rated 9/10 on 4/30/12 1:43 am
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It is increasingly difficult to review this series while avoiding spoilers.

This one is even a difficult one to rate. It wasn't hard for me to say I loved it, but there was one big question: Was this a Jago and Lightfoot story that Claudius Dark happened to be in, or was it a Claudius Dark story where Jago and Lightfoot were two loveable side kicks? I fear it was the latter. No, I am certain of it.

That said, the face of Colin Baker does appear on the cover, so there is no real surprise.

The gold in this for me was Jago, as he resolved the issues that arose at the start of the series with Abilgail. Well written and acting ending for the matter. That piece of gold tipped the balance for me and reminded me it was a Jago and Lightfoot story.

Regardless of how you look at it, this is a great story. Well told, well written, well acted, well directed and a fitting end to the series.

I look forward to series 5. I look forward to Justice of Jalxar and I look forward to future releases involving Professor Claudius Dark.
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