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Jago & Litefoot - Series 12
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 11/12/16 9:56 pm
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It's the final showdown as Jago and Litefoot suspect the truth about Ellie while she meets with Ravener and plans to lead them towards her doom. The story starts off slow and has some questionable moments in it but really picks up in the final third as Jago and Litefoot find themselves in the most perilous part of their career and they have to confront of Ellie. Jago is haunted with and forced to confront what he did back in Series One and asked to make the same choice again. It's a very solid conclusion with a non-cliffhanger ending which fits the more tighter connection between the stories we've seen in Series 12. Overall, satisfying, though there were a few plotholes.
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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 11/10/16 2:15 pm
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All the loose ends are tied up, with Ellie luring our two Victorian supernatural detectives being taken to the deepest darkest depths of the old ones lair, along with Ravener in tow. If you recall from the first release where there was a missing painting, then all will become apparent at the close of this box set now. It has been fun, it has been entertaining and it has been a wild adventure as always with these two most engaging characters. I have for one loved every minute of their exploits and was glad to hear there will be further releases, as the question over whether this series carried on was in question, probably I would imagine as the two main leads are well into their 80's however, I think that audio which we all know flatters the performer as their voice is the tool not their physical presence is something of a jewel, that will I hope selfishly have many more releases from Jago and Litefoot to come. Certainly Morris, Barnar and Richards have written a patchwork of quality stories to entertain here, all subtly and most eloquently bought to life by the amazing cast. It is also worth stating that from a soundstage point of view these are some of the finest in their class when it comes to this type of production. Worth every single penny and certainly worth the 4 hours of being transported to a world of mystery and wonder.