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Serpent Crest - 1. Tsar Wars

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 3/15/15 10:39 am
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It's a case of mistaken identity when the Doctor and Mrs. Wibbsey are wisped away from the Doctor's country home in Sussex. (If it sounds weird, see Hornet's Nest and Demon Quest.) They find themselves in the place of the Tsar and Tsarina of the Robotov Empire with the Doctor mistaken for his doppleganger, Father Gregory. The Doctor finds himself in the midst of court intrigue as he tries to figure out who exactly brought him here and why.

This is a good story in which AudioGo abandons the audiobook/narrated story idea and gives a complete full cast experience. The result is pleasing. Political intrigue in a society controlled by robots, bizarre genetic experiments, and a brand new antagonist.make for a promising adventures. I had mix feelings on Baker doing a German accent to play Father Gregory, but other than that, this was a solid story.
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Reviewed By: GcookscotlandReview Date: 10/4/13 3:31 pm
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The Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey get removed from the Nest and placed on a planet ran by robots there the doctor is mistaken for a Father Gregory. Good all cast radio drama.
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Reviewed By: PaulaPenguinReview Date: 3/16/13 9:24 pm
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Tsar Wars continues right where the last episode of Demon Quest ended. So there isn't much in the way of (re-)establishing the situation or the characters and the Doctor and Mrs Wibbsey are thrown right into their next big adventure. It is a pacey script and there is a lot going on throughout. At times I found it a little bit muddled, but in the end it all comes together nicely and it manages to set up an interesting situation for the rest of the series.