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164. Gods and Monsters

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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 4/3/15 3:01 pm
1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

This is a story with arch evil ancient, we are also treated to the appearance of the Haemovores, what we have here is simply breath taking in more ways than one. It is a fitting ending to what has become a simply stunning trilogy of stories told in glorious detail, and, passion by all whom have written, produced and acted. The depth of this release cannot be underestimated in any way shape or form. We bring back an enemy of the timelord in the form of Fenric, is once again playing a game of chess, but this time, it starts to explain some of the Doctors interactions with Nimerod, The Forge, Hex revelations about his mother, the reason the Doctor as been using Sally and Captain Aristedes, Sally, we even get to understand and appreciate in more detail that the two captives in the never ending story of nuclear war are also in fact ancients, of whom the Doctor himself as been moving backwards and forwards over a giant game of chess against Fenric.
The performance by all are simply sublime, and, you get the real feeling that time, attention and genuine eye for every details as been explored here to provide a fitting closure of the this three partner with the 7th Doctor.

I must admit that the sheer scale of this out of the three deserves at least a couple of listens as you just have to soak in all the nuance's that Fitton as put into play. There is a lot of incredibly archive detail pickup from the Curse of Fenric episodes that played out in the last season of the T/V incarnation of number 7.

Simply stunning, one of the real standout productions from Big Finish, and worth every penny.
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Reviewed By: komodoReview Date: 10/9/12 6:47 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A very good story to end a very good trilogy. All that stopped me giving a 10 was that it doesn't stand alone and I'm not too fond of elder gods.
Its always hard to rate the third of a trilogy without judging the whole trilogy and in this case the several other stories that lead up to this.

Seeing Ace stand up to Fenric once again was the gold of the story and how she uses her faith to hold back the haemovores. It is clear that much has been learned.

This one has a top cast that works really well and it is well written and directed particularly as the symbolic elements of the story slide back and forth with the main narrative and the question of who is playing who gets played out.
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Reviewed By: valewolffian Review Date: 10/2/12 3:07 am
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The curse of Fenric great foe of Fenric returns. He returns as he traps the doctor in bizzare landshape. The odds are stacked againist everyone as the tale unwinds as it becomes an epic tale that builds into an impressive house of cards with Gods and Monsters right at the summit and gives a companion the unforgettable exit they deserve. I had a few problems with this but if you keep your wits about you it proves to be a rewarding experience. 10/10
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