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Reviewed By: PilordeReview Date: 12/17/18 8:45 am
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One of the few Doctor Who books I couldn't end.
This just wasn't Doctor Who. The scene where he leaves behind him a poor girl with cancer made me close the book and I don't ever want to open it again.
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Reviewed By: PilordeReview Date: 12/17/18 8:43 am
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I've read the book, but since I'm not an english speaker and my mind was on smething else, I couldn't understand a lot abou it.

This audio adaptation made it clear for me. It was heartbreaking hearing the scene between Ace and the Doctor, and brillant to finally meet Bernice Summerfield. When you've been a Whovian for a long time, you know her name, but it's hard to know where to start with her.

As for the story, we can see the 7th Doctor at his most manipulative. He even begins to question himself if the end always justify the means. Because it is the beginning of the era we call the NVA, it's going get darker for him...
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Reviewed By: PilordeReview Date: 12/17/18 8:39 am
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The best "regeneration" episode of the new serie.

Because it's not epic, because it's not a showdown. Because it's just a last goodbye, a beautiful last goodbye.

Of course, there is the annoying sexist bit, but I understand (even if I don't agree) why they did it.
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Reviewed By: PilordeReview Date: 12/17/18 8:37 am
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I loved it.

It concluded the season and all of it's theme (grief, etc...) in a brillant way. I loved discovering the new planet and the new races. This feeling of discovery is one of the things I value the most in Doctor Who and it was all there. Graham has grown a lot, Ryan and Yaz a bit less, but none the less, they were great companions. And the vilain was perfect: I've grown bored of the usual Daleks/Cybermen, so it was nice to see something different for a change.

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