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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 10/20/17 11:47 pm
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Threestein and Zelda both decide to come to the table and negotiate a peace. The story has a good premise and there's a bit of an emotional/romantic arc for Threestein and Mary but it just feels jammed in. The key plot twist half way is completely senseless requiring high command to screw things up for no stated reason other than furthering the plot.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 10/20/17 11:43 pm
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Zelda's got a new plot to get Threestein and it's one of her cruelest yet. It's a solid enough tale with a good bit of emotional impact to Tiger.
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Reviewed By: Drew VogelReview Date: 10/20/17 7:26 pm
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This one kind of sneaks up on you. It's not flashy or showy. The story isn't exceptional or astoundingly original. But it's quite good, and the characters are really well done. It's a bit of a shame that it's another story involving the TARDIS arriving in a kind of virtual prison, so soon after "Something Inside". Still, that can't be helped, and this stories are really strikingly different, so it's not a big problem. "Something Inside" was quite violent with an atmosphere of constant threat and oppression. "Memory Lane" is quite light and cheery, almost whimsical. I mean, just look at that first cliffhanger: the TARDIS being stolen by an ice cream van. That's very much indicative of the style of the piece.

The story is pretty good, more or less. The ultimate explanation for what's happening is a bit convoluted, and the there's a lot of running around before we finally get there. But it works well enough. What really makes the story pop is the dialogue and the characterization. This is the first script Eddie Robson contributed to Big Finish, and there will be many, many more to come. He makes a strong first impression with this one.

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 10/20/17 2:48 am
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Tomb Ship finds the Doctor and Nyssa find themselves aboard a tomb spaceship with a family of treasure plunderers who are seeking the fabled treasure of the God King of the Arrit led by their obsessed mother. The Doctor and Nyssa find themselves caught up in the family's adventure and forced to help as the TARDIS disappears.

This one is entertaining if a bit predictable. While it evokes images of Indiana Jones, it's never quite that entertaining. It's a pretty basic Base Under siege story with a treasure hunt mixed in. Plot twists come and surprise including the surprise return of a character I hadn't thought would be in it and even working in a plausible explanation for it. Not great but makes for a decent couple hours listening.

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