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< 1.1 - Rise and Fall
1.3 - A True Gentleman >

1.2 - A Stain of Red in the Sand

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Reviewed By: DoctorheyReview Date: 9/15/18 10:56 am
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Compared to the previous story- Rise and Fall, this story definitely falls in comparison. The plot is so boring because nothing is really explained properly- not the monsters nor the weird conclusion to the story, which at the time, I thought I had somehow missed a large portion of the story. If you get the box set that this story is in, give it a miss because there are much more other stories which will entertain you more.
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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 1/30/16 5:26 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

the next story is told by Troughton's son, the story is set in the future where there are tower block of people, and the caretaker of them is not what you would expect, it's a sci-fi story of the second Doctor era (quite appropriate) where a world filled with strange creatures and a sort of altered reality is telling the story of the second Doctor, trying to make it back to the TARDIS, eerily told, due to the comparison of Troughton's voice to his father's this was a real gem
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 10/28/15 1:25 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A very atmospheric story that does a good job establishing the setting and eventually establishes that the Second Doctor is about, but the story is very vague. It's as if we're getting a Doctor Who story from the perspective of people who are tangentially involved but don't quite know what's going on themselves.Given that the Second Doctor and Companion don't speak, having David Troughton read it was practically superflous.
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Reviewed By: RainCityBCReview Date: 5/18/14 3:21 am
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My favourite in this set. At the first listen I was not impressed, but then the images stayed me with and I found it was the one that I found the most lingering and though provoking of them all. Very different.