Reviewed By: saroz
Review Date: 6/2/13 9:22 am
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Absolute sheer brilliance. I never hand out 10s, but that's the only score I can give this one. It's beautiful, lyrical, even a bit haunting, and it rather adeptly demonstrates the breadth of possibility in even a tiny little Doctor Who story. The story itself is very small, but the scope is enormous, and our familiarity with the Doctor, Ian, and the TARDIS means we can take what seem like disparate elements at first and weave them together to get a very powerful result. Really, one of the best pieces of Doctor Who fiction I've ever seen in any medium, and all the more enjoyable for the wonderful reading by William Russell.