Reviewed By: komodo
Review Date: 6/19/19 10:59 pm
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
The plot is fairly average, but the story as an audio is technically brilliant.
Ingrid Oliver plays Osgood and Osgood at the same time, but then Zygon Osgood becomes Jacqui McGee allowing Tracy Wiles to play two parts at the same time. This type of shenanigans is exactly what could have been done many times if any writer wanted to use the zygons for comedy.
In order to facilitate this story telling, the villain is using a dating app to find victims. This rather bland plot is good because it allows the mayhem of juxtaposition to take centre stage.
The other stories in this set were all very bland examples of their base story, but Sarah Grochala makes the effort to give us a more complex story. This is quite a good debut story for a writer in audio. She has used the medium well and will no doubt do so again.