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191. Signs and Wonders

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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 6/6/15 5:53 am
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The Doctor at the bequest of HEX heads back to Liverpool, but as ever it isn't quite the Liverpool that everyone was expecting. Instead we find that HEX grandmother as passed, that there is a self proclaimed saviour to the world (providing that you live north of Cheshire) and strange things are happening, also the British Armed forces are now a private company. The companions within this release are soon separated, and it proves to be the crux of the story line to some extent. The Doctor soon finds himself dealing with Rufus Stone the self proclaimed saviour of Northern Britain, a man who it appears as a direct line to the angels. ACE ends up with Sally Morgan once again as they team up to try and also save the earth from destruction, where as HEX well, he starts to becomes more himself, perhaps even due to the distortions in time and space the man who the Doctor and ACE first met.

This is a new dawn I hope for HEX and one where he will not be bowing out altogether, I like HEX he adds something special to the mix with ACE and no.7 that is sadly lacking on the earlier releases from Big Finish. I think as they say that Philip brings out something in McCoy that makes him a more crabby, miserable character but one whom is much more dimensional because of it. Great hiatus I think in the HEX journey here, will we get more time will tell I suppose.