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112b. Keepsake

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 5/13/16 2:52 am
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

An interesting coda cluing us into the fate of the two Android characters from the Kingdom of Silver, while also providing some hints of what's to come in Cybermen 2
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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 1/25/15 10:49 am
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This in it's own right is actually very good. McCoy has hit a double winner with this release, coming over with a great deal of empathy and conviction, with this tie in story which follows on from Kingdom of Silver. The continuation of the story, and what happens to the two Android characters from the previous release sort of answers those questions, that perhaps many of us have asked about Doctor Who stories, what happened after the main action concluded. Therefore this little gem is welcome as it responds to this very well. With also a superb performance from Sylvester. Once Bonus story/feature on this one from Big Finish.
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Reviewed By: jdhall1971Review Date: 11/27/13 10:02 pm
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Unusual, different story that isn't really a story at all. It makes you remember that whenever the doctor is, some of his friends and acquaintances are long dead, and some are yet to be born. This is the story of the fate of the companions that are left behind, the story of all those people that the doctor saved only to die in different ways in a different place.
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Reviewed By: sarozReview Date: 5/11/13 11:25 pm
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A sad and reflective little coda to "Kingdom of Silver." At a certain level, I think, it's actually more rewarding than its larger companion, because "Keepsake" is such an unusual type of story for a Doctor Who release to tell that it commands your attention. It's emotional and elegiac, which many may find off-putting, and I'm sure some will be disinterested because the Doctor himself plays a totally passive role in the story. However, it is perfectly judged for a single half-hour vignette. It won't leave you feeling overly joyful, but I think it rounds out the CD set nicely.