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115a. Forty-Five - False Gods

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 5/8/18 12:06 am
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The Doctor, Ace, and Hex arrive at a dig site in 1906 and run into Howard Carter at an Egyptian tomb, where everything begins to go wrong.

This has a very good plot, that could have easily been extended to a three or four-parter. As it s is, it's entertaining half hour story that features the Big Finish debut of a pre-Sherlock pre-Doctor Strange Benedict Cumberbatch. Overall, a good half hour romp.
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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 1/27/15 9:00 am
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A McCoy 7th Dr adventure trilogy that plays out in this one release. So these are storyette's if such a thing exists. We find our intrepid three in ancient Egyptian desert in the presence of Howard Carter, as ever, though things do not run smoothly at all, with a clever twist that see's the Cr and his companions getting saved. It would be too easy to give away this story in one sentence, so I will focus on the quality of the production/sound design and acting. All of which are first rate. This is a little short, and could have easily been worked into a longer episode that it is presented here. In fact the material here is first rate. Would recommend this, let us hope the rest of the stories on this release are of this level. This is starting to make me personally come around to McCoy as being a lot more in step with the quality of the other main release Doctors.
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Reviewed By: shooglenReview Date: 7/20/14 6:59 pm
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Quickie story, arguably a little too short for the interesting plot points it lays out, but I thought it worked very well and the soundscape was very effective. Nice use of real historical elements (Howard Carter, before he discovers the tomb of Tutankhamun) meshed with the fantastical/sf elements. There's a plot twist concerning the character Lucy Adams plays that ups the interest-level of the story, but I won't reveal it in this review to avoid spoiling it for you. A story I would happily listen to again, recommended.
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Reviewed By: GcookscotlandReview Date: 5/24/13 8:26 pm
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Short story. The Doctor, Ace and Hex find themselves in Egypt and get saved by another time lord but she must face the consequences.