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Reviewed By: GuiannosReview Date: 9/28/18 11:41 pm
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A fun story with a very Douglas Adams-esque sense of humor. The villain was a fun character and carries the story. Our heroes don't have much of a chance to shine but that is all according to plan so it works quite well.
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Reviewed By: JacobzReview Date: 3/24/17 1:42 am
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Possibly the funniest work Big Finish has ever released. Clever, brilliantly written, and fun. Any Doctor Who fan should jump on this story.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 6/20/16 9:30 pm
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The TARtDIS is pulled into a cell where a socially awkward young genius announces that he'll kill the Doctor. The genius discovers the ability to predict and manipulate the future and realizes the Doctor will defeat him-unless he kills the Doctor first.

The story iclever, and the villain's awkwardness creates many opportunities for humor. The ending is a very clever twist I didn't see coming, and it's a quite satisfying conclusion.
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Reviewed By: NightskyReview Date: 3/24/11 10:56 pm
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Evil genius Iolas Blue has an supercomputer that can predict the future... perfectly. Now he knows how to kill the Doctor, and has the instructions in a neatly itemized checklist. And after that, he can get on with ruling the galaxy. How does the Doctor outsmart an enemy who can anticipate his every move?

Underneath the very funny exterior (read perfectly by Wisbey, who is always aware of the humor but never oversells it) is a complicated and satisfying examination of free will and responsibility.