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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 3/15/18 7:23 am
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An excellent Fifth Doctor story based around a modern-day ghost walk tour. What seems to be set up as a straightforward sci-fi ghost story takes several unexpected turns with the story changing each episode, leading to an unpredictable and fascinating structure. It almost plays like a linked series of single episode stories but each one is involving and well-written and performed. The only negative is a rushed and slightly unsatisfying ending stuffed with explanations for what we've just heard. It's disappointing but not fatal. Overall, this is still a fantastic story.
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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 3/4/18 3:46 pm
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A fascinating attempt to put some credibility and emotional architecture under the shaky backstory to Season 6 of New Who. We explore how River Song feels about being raised by Madame Kovarian and it's a welcome expansion of our understanding of them both. Although it's light on plot, this still wraps up the boxset in an entertaining fashion. It's a pity we don't get more interaction between River and the Fifth Doctor but this is still a decent finale to a very strong set.
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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 3/4/18 3:45 pm
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River Song visits the Restaurant at the End of the Universe in a blatant rip-off/homage to the Douglas Adams creation. This leads to a farce-like, timey-wimey tale of River zipping back and forth through time, no doubt intricately plotted but slightly wearying all the same. Thankfully there's a surprising denouement which does a lot to make the story its own thing. Another good story in what's proving to be a very consistent boxset.
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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 3/4/18 3:44 pm
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River joins the Fifth Doctor and his previously unheard of companion; Brook, in an investigation of history gone astray with Mozart having completed his Requiem before dying. This is a fun pseudo-historical mystery with the focus in the rivalry between River and Brook. It's a delight hearing the Fifth Doctor interacting with River and both actors seem to be enjoying themselves.

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