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141. Lurkers at Sunlight's Edge

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Reviewed By: LorcanReview Date: 2/27/19 12:38 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

This story sees the doctor, ace and hex landing on a mysterious island thats appeared out of seemingly nowhere off the coast of alaska in the 1930s. There are some good lovecraftian horror elements to this story and the villains are built up as this great horrific force throughout the first half of the story. Unfortunetley the second half of the story just isn't as strong as when some of the mystery is revealed the story just isn't as good and it seemed as though the writer didn't know what to do with doctor gabriel in part 4.

I did like the character of cp and his struggle between humanity and alieness and which one he would decide to accept as his true self and i thought him and ace shared some good scenes. Overall a pretty decent story.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 9/30/18 7:01 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Doctor, Hex, and Ace land on a small island that's appeared off the coast of Alaska in the last four years in 1934. They find themselves dealing with a madman on an expedition on one side of the island and a mental institution on the other.

This was actually pretty enjoyable. They did a great job establishing the sense of atmosphere and mystery in the story and keeping that tension up into the fourth episode as the truth comes out very slowly. The story has some clever twists. The trio are separated for most of the story and some different facets of Ace and Hex are highlighted in the story.

If I had one complaint, it was Freya going from an in-command character through the first three episodes to someone who only screamed and stated the obvious. But overall, I found this story delightful and seriously underrated.
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Reviewed By: YorickReview Date: 2/7/17 9:42 pm
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I really liked the idea behind this story and thought the regulars were on top form. However I have to knock points off for Michael Brandon's truly woeful performance. Perhaps one of the very worst of all Big Finishes output. Shame as it really drakes the story down
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Reviewed By: jdhall1971Review Date: 5/25/15 6:18 am
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Doesn't maintain the excellence of what has gone before. The Lovecraft part is cranked up too high and the story doesn't make sense in places, even after several listens. I'm afraid to say that I got bored and didn't care what happened...