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|By:||Trevor Smith, Nottingham, United Kingdom|
|Date:||Friday 25 February 2011|
|Rating: || 10|
One of the best BF audios ever. Exciting, gut wrenching, epic stuff. Can't wait for part two
|By:||Clive T Wright, St Lawrence, United Kingdom|
|Date:||Tuesday 21 June 2011|
|Rating: || 9|
This pulls us back to earth with a bump. The Doctor is hardly in the story but Lucy being so strong a character carries us along a roller coaster of a story.
Great story, which is fast, pulling no punches, nice cliff hanger.
|By:||David Layton, Los Angeles, United States|
|Date:||Wednesday 20 September 2017|
|Rating: || 7|
Basically, "Lucie Miller" is two things. First, it is the beginning of the end for Lucie Miller. Briggs takes her apart piece by piece - her legs, her eyes, her faith in The Doctor, all are getting torn apart. Second, "Lucie Miller" is in essence a re-write of "The Dalek Invasion of Earth," and Briggs brings it out in the open repeatedly, so no one can complain. It is not very much of a re-write in the broad scheme. Briggs is also tying up some loose ends of the whole "Lucie Miller" sequence by bringing in the returning characters, presumably to kill off most of them. So, Susan and Alex are back, as are The Meddling Monk and Tamsin. Briggs tires some innovation by having Lucie narrate much of the action in a taped message to The Doctor, and by having The Doctor out of the story for all but the last five or so minutes. Basically, the idea is "what happens if The Doctor arrives too late"? This sets us up for the next, and final, episode, wherein, one presumes, the narrative lines of the continuing characters will be closed, permanently.