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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 4/13/17 10:44 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Black Out is a stand out in the Eleventh Doctor Audiobooks. This one doesn’t fall on stock, predictable Doctor Who books. Instead, it presents a mystery and a ticking bomb with a poison hitting 1960s New York City and the Doctor racing against time to find a cure to a disease that could kill him and his companions, but perhaps not the mysterious cab driver who finds himself at the center of the story.

In addition to the script, the production value is markedly better than many prior audiobooks which used sparse sound effects. This one brings the city and so many events to life in a much fuller sound.

The reader does a good job. He doesn’t mimic any of the main stars but does do a fair enough impression that you know who is supposed to be talking. The ending isn’t quite as good as the build up, but it’s not awful either. It’s a decent ending to a very good story. Overall, well worth a listen.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 4/1/17 9:53 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Mysterious disappearances are occurring with a hunting party in the Amazon rain forest when the Doctor, Amy, and Rory appear. The story has some elements that could make it really good (The character of the priest and Blazington are interesting characters) but they really don't do anything with them. The pacing is glacial during much of the first half (particularly for such a short production) but picks up in the second half and even goes a direction that was somewhat surprising given the set up. Overall, this book is another okay mediocre 11th Doctor Audiobook.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 3/9/17 1:49 pm
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A very typical story of science gone wrong and an evil and stupid corporation that gets in the Doctor's way of saving people. It's a store we've seen/heard hundreds of times before, though with far less effort. It's a slow moving base under siege tale that's mostly utterly predictable, except the way the Eleventh Doctor is written is a bit off and a lack of effort in making any of the guest characters interesting or original. There was even the evil sadistic American military officer with "muscle" in his surname.

I will say the nature of the cotangent was actually pretty inventive, and there were a couple slightly amusing moments at the very end. Otherwise, this book is imminently skippable.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 2/10/17 1:08 am
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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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