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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 2/10/17 1:08 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A two rare two handed BBC audiobook where Matt Smith and Clare Corbett read the book with Ms. Corbett reading from Amy Pond's general. The story has the Doctor and Amy arriving to uncover the purported tomb of Artemis with an expedition that's been plagued by disappearances.

This is a very good story of the haunted archaeological dig story but done superbly well There's a great deal of atmosphere and suspense throughout, leading to the opening of the tomb and some very creepy moments. There's also a few bits of humor, though nothing over the top that would undermine the horror element of the story.

The two reader format works well most of the time and overall adds to the story despite a few awkward moments. Overall, this is one of the better 11th Doctor Audiobooks.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 1/14/17 7:52 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A great setting for Doctor Who as the Doctor and Amy travel back to medieval Japan and find themselves in a mystery involving the local shrine of the jade pyramid. The story has an interesting conclusion and at least two guest characters who are interesting. Taken together with a good performance from Matt Smith and this is definitely a worthwhile listen.
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Reviewed By: joehurl89Review Date: 1/10/17 7:02 am
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David Troughton was excellent in this audiobook, bringing the 2nd doctor back to life, as well as Jamie, and Zoe, and giving distinct voices to a very wide variety of characters, He gets a 10 with no problem.

Some of the story drags, like the part with Zoe's story of the Karkas, in which, I saw no reason at all for it to be in the book, but in the end with the little one dressing like the Karkas, I can at least see where the author was going, and there was a hilarious joke where Mac asked why the little one was wearing a cape.

Overall, I really liked it, almost 10 hours on 8 discs, makes it well worth my money, and near the top of my replay list.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 12/23/16 7:01 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Ring of Steel is a standard Doctor Who “trouble at a power plant” story with ecological undertones that’s set in Orkney. Overall, it’s an okay story with a convenient alien villain who lets our heroes survive long enough to reveal their plan because they feel obligated to do so because...reasons. A very exciting conclusion makes up for the more lackluster portions of the novel. This is okay, but no means a stand out story.

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