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19. Minuet in Hell

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Reviewed By: clemgeoReview Date: 6/6/18 12:45 pm
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“Minuet in Hell” (“Menuet en enfer”) est un recyclage d’une histoire plus ancienne écrite par Alan W. Lear pour la série officieuse Audio Adventures in Time and Space (pour plus détails, www.justyce.org). Peu aimée, cette histoire est pourtant riche en thèmes abordés et son côté foutraque lui procure un charme particulier.

Niveau de difficulté : +++
Résumé détaillé : http://www.drwhoguide.com/who_bf19.htm

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Français anglophone et Doctor Who-phile, je me suis lancé en 2017 dans l’exploration des productions de Big Finish. J’espère que mes avis aideront d’autres « whoviens » francophones à sauter le pas.
Voici mon échelle de difficulté :
+ : facile à comprendre
++ : quelques détails m’ont échappé mais cela ne nuit pas à la compréhension générale
+++ : quelques détails clés de l’intrigue m’ont échappé (à compléter par la lecture de résumés en ligne) / peut demander des connaissances en histoire britannique
++++ : une large partie de l’histoire m’a échappé / histoire difficilement audible (déformation de voix, etc.)

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As an English-speaking French Whovian, I threw myself into the exploration of Big Finish productions in 2017. I hope my reviews will help other French-speaking Whovians to take the plunge.
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Reviewed By: Drew VogelReview Date: 5/2/17 9:38 pm
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Unforgivable. The less said the better.
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Reviewed By: JacobzReview Date: 6/6/16 6:11 pm
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Makes you uncomfortable to listen to, plot is bleh, ensemble cast is sub-par. If you're going through the Eighth Doctor's audios, you can literally just skip over this one (as I did) and move along fine. All you need to know is that Charley knows who the Brigadier is.
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Reviewed By: AbortedFoetusReview Date: 3/9/16 7:55 am
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Honestly, I really liked this one. Sure it's not perfect, a lot of stuff that needs explaining is never explained at all and at some points it was really tedious and slow. I only really thought the first part sucked, after that it really started to pick up the pace and got me invested as it was bloody loopy, and I just have to admire it for being one of the most insane stories I've ever listened to. It was honestly really enjoyable and Nicholas Courtney's reappearance was awesome as fuck. It's honestly great hearing the doctor and Lethbridge stewart react as you do get the sense that they are old friends. I actually admire the part of the plot where the doctor is interacting with Gideon Crane, the man who believes he is the doctor and sort of makes the doctor believe he isnt. that for me was the best part of the story and I've seriously grown a remarkable love towards the 8th doctor especially because of this story.. which.. this one being incredibly divisive is kind of weird to be honest.. well for me at least. I understand the whole Demon thing is a bit stupid and I really hated some of the parts with Charley but otherwise I really enjoyed it. I understand this isn't a popular one so I probably wouldn't reccomened it to people who are tuning into big finish for the first time.. start with Storm Warning, it's better than this one and is seriously beautiful.