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Reviewed By: Lord NiiiimonReview Date: 9/7/17 10:41 am
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Another cracking listen in this first class range, superbly adapted by Marc Platt. If you're familiar with the 1960 Rod Taylor movie, the plot of the first half is very close to it. But the second half (after the most chilling cliffhanger in the range yet) goes off into largely new territory, with a compelling and thought-provoking ending. The social commentary is a little dated in places, but this is a faithful adaptation of a novel published in 1895, so no marks off for that.
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Reviewed By: Lord NiiiimonReview Date: 7/16/17 7:53 pm
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The HG Wells series continues with another cracker, but of a different kind. This is a tale that's much more horror than sci-fi, with some truly gruelling sequences that make for uncomfortable listening at times. It's also a story unalloyed by humour, so don't expect to be cosseted in your fear. Just be ready for a dark, thrilling, scary treat.

Bring on The Time Machine!
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Reviewed By: Lord NiiiimonReview Date: 5/10/17 6:23 am
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This keeps up the standard of the outstanding The Invisible Man on all counts, and after listening to it I already couldn't wait for the release of the next title, The Shape of Things to Come. A faithful and grippingly told period sci-fi tale, this kept me looking for opportunities to extend my driving time so as not to get home too soon and have to switch it off. I now not only can't wait for the rest of this range, I've also acquired the complete collection of Wells' work (which is much more extensive than I thought) and will be working my way through it.
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Reviewed By: Lord NiiiimonReview Date: 5/9/17 8:19 pm
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With this title, following two other top notch stories, the HG Wells series becomes firmly established as an unmissable Big Finish range. Just a superb piece of drama. This is the only one of the first three stories I knew nothing about before listening. And it blew me away. Dramatic, totally engaging and compelling, providing tremendous food for thought, with flawless acting, sound design and music.

More please!

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