Reviewed By: adamelijah
Review Date: 5/4/17 12:08 pm
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Penelope works at the Horizon Art Gallery, tasked with watching the Paradox chamber, where viewers can see a clear view of the Paradox in the sky. Her job is to make sure people don't stare at it too long and go mad as many artists already have in trying to paint it. The e Doctor, Amy, and Rory arrive and end up floating through time and running into Penelope throughout her life.
This story is brilliantly written. There's a sense of mystery and horror at the center of this story as a monster begins to appear. It's a brilliant story with the main character being Penelope as opposed to the Doctor and Companions who float in and out of her life. The story is haunting, intelligent, and with a great twist. While the Doctor's not in it all the time, Writer James Goss captures his voice quite well. Raquel Cassidy's narration is superb as she brings this story to life and captures Penelope's ever-changing character. One of the best Doctor Who Audiobooks released by the BBC.