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Season 7 to the bone...

By:Matthew David Rabjohns, Bridgend, United Kingdom
Date:Friday 19 September 2008
Rating:   10

Season seven was a gritty and cool series in doctor who history. And the blue tooth could oh som easily slot into that hard hitting season of doctor who. the return of the cybermen, and at last a story with the third doctor facing off against them. long overdue. Caroline John is perfect as the storyteller.

Unexpected Ending

By:Andrew Shaw, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Date:Tuesday 24 July 2012
Rating:   8

I just have gotten into the Companion Chronicles because before I thought I only want stories with the Doctor in but these ar actually good and through their stories you can imagine the Doctor doing what there saying, But I love the Cybermen (Classic Style) any 60's-80's, and I knew straight away about the Cybermats but i was expecting a Mutated Cyberman with blue Fangs when it started, but finding out what is really happening is great I really enjoyed this, and Thought there was going to be a Cyber Invasion and at some point I thought the Cyberman in the chair was The Cyber controller, but great twist I will be starting to buy more of these.

Typical Pertwee Era

By:David Layton, Los Angeles, United States
Date:Tuesday 18 October 2016
Rating:   7

Big Finish did everything to make this story feel like Doctor Who 1970. The music soundtrack is very 1970. The story involves mysterious disappearances, a bit of psychedelia at a dentist's office, some brain washing, plus the Doctor trying to do the moral thing while the Brigadier tries to do the practical thing. Caroline John is a great reader/narrator, and apart from Nick Briggs performing the Cyberman dialogue, this is all her. The story itself purports to explain why Liz Shaw left UNIT. The reason is never stated outright, though one can suspect that what happens to her friend was the tipping point. There are a few too many moments when Liz passes out. In places, the writer tries to hard to evoke the 1970 feel by repeating elements from early Pertwee stories. It's enjoyable enough.

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