|Reviews for Sisters of the Flame|
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Lucie is a real tonic for the doctor and this time is given the chance to really shine and develop. A strong plot with great acting a ripping listen.
|By:||Doug, Pocono Summit, PA, USA|
|Date:||Saturday 21 February 2009|
|Rating: || 9|
It's possible I'm somewhat biased in regard to the Eighth Doctor audios, because I'm a great fan of McGann's Doctor and Smith's Lucie. But I found Sisters of the Flame to be quite enjoyable. Thanks in large part to the two lead actors I believe, as well as the roughly 50-minute lengths and competent script-editing, the Eighth Doctor series episodes generally have a really good flow and are very engaging - able to hold my attention and really draw me into the story. Sisters of the Flame continues that trend. We also get a nice performance from Alexander Siddig (of Deep Space Nine, etc.) as Rosto, who makes the story more interesting than it would've been without him. This is a great story in which to see the Time Lords again and also finally see the Sisterhood once more. It works nicely and makes the listener quite interested in what will happen in the following story, which is part two of this two-parter...