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2.7 - Sisters of the Flame

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Sisters of the Flame / Vengeance of Morbius
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Reviewed By: newt5996Review Date: 3/22/15 12:09 am
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Sisters of the Flame, being Part One of a two part story doesn't have much to talk about because the story isn't over yet. I can say that the set up is a very nice Doctor lite story focusing on the arrest of Lucie Miller and her interrogation by an alien of the centipede like Trell. It is a very nice story, but sadly Lucie isn't written very well in all places. This is really the major flaw except maybe the Sisterhood of Karn could have been in it more.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 3/12/15 10:13 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The first episode of the two part finale is almost a Doctor Lite episode or perhaps more accurately an episode where the Doctor barely features. The pacing of this seemed way off as it dragged. It felt like the Nick Brigs didn't have enough material for a proper two parter, so drug the story out with a 4 minute pre-Theme sequence and then has little happening over the first half of this episode. In addition, a captured Lucie is surprisingly unlikable. While I understand her concern, the first half of the show has Lucie at her most unpleasant since Blook of the Daleks. True, she does return to normal in the second half, but the first 20 minutes was a bit to get through.

Alexander Siddig (Deep Space Nine) plays Rosto, a ten foot centipede spacial marshall. That's a great guest character who does develops nice chemistry with Lucie after a difficult start and that chemistry ultimately is the highlight of this story.
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Reviewed By: RainCityBCReview Date: 11/16/13 10:33 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

First off, this is part of an arc of stories, to find out the ending, you have to buy another audio story. This rating does not reflect my frustration that this was not a standalone story.

This is almost a Doctor Lite story, Lucie shows how much she can do on her own, with a large bug to help her. Great dialogue, great story, great acting.
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Reviewed By: komodoReview Date: 10/27/12 4:17 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Alexander Siddig and Nickolas Grace. Who could ask for a better supporting cast?

Both of them played their parts well in a well written story. The Doctor is absent for most of it leaving Lucie to have her own adventure along side an intelligent centipede police officer. As crazy as that sounds, it works.