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The Light At The End

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Reviewed By: GuiannosReview Date: 9/28/18 1:40 am
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This is handily better than most multi-Doctor stories. The story comes together smoothly with an element of mystery to what is going on. Each character has their moment without feeling shoehorned in. The plot isn't very thick but that's to be expected for this type of story. As a 50th anniversary celebration it works very well.

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Reviewed By: FerdyReview Date: 12/17/17 11:24 pm
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Although good in parts, overall this story is very convoluted and felt flat. The master's plan was too over the top, and no one really gets a second to shine.
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Reviewed By: Mr3DReview Date: 6/5/17 10:41 pm
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This story is so fun, and if you don't like it you don't have a soul.

this story is one big celebration of Doctor Who, from the weird plots to the Campi villains, and everyone seems like they're having so much fun, also big props to the people as stand-ins for the first three Doctors

highly recommended to any Doctor Who fan.
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Reviewed By: xeryus63Review Date: 5/16/16 9:21 pm
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An almost perfect 50th anniversary story

A great juggling act involving great mixture of doctors and companions

A multi doctor story is nortiously difficult to pull off successfully
By trying to please everybody it can turn into a hotchpotch of doctor , companions & enemies
And being ultimately unsatisfying .

But this story pulls off a multi doctor story like it should be done and concentrates on having only 1 main villain - the ultimate enemy - the Master played with silky villain smoothness by Geoffrey Beevers

It manages to give every surviving doctor in the Big Finish universe something to do and not just a token appearance

Plus it also has a good plot and not just hastily contrived to get multiple drs together

Definitely worth getting , especially the special edition , which I bought as a big finish download and being a real Dr Who geek I liked listening to the extras ( a bit like movie DVD extras, but not just an extended advert for other products)
It is more of a love letter to Big Finish thanking them for keeping the Dr Who flame alive in the wilderness years and playing no small part in helping to make it through to being able to celebrate 50 year anniversary