|Reviews for The Resurrection of Mars|
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|Everything comes to a head|
In this second installment, the Ice Warriors are pushed into the back ground. The subplot explodes bringing everything together nicely.
As before the monk is great, tackling the Doctors views; judging, twisting his impact on the web of time and turning his companions.
Where does it go from here.
|Ends One Series, Starts Another|
|By:||David Layton, Los Angeles, United States|
|Date:||Tuesday 11 February 2020|
|Rating: || 7|
The various strands of this season of the 8th Doctor adventures come together in this story, which is also pretty much a "part two" of "Deimos." Much of this story is designed as a challenge to the Doctor's morality. In particular, the questions comes up about the value of life in raw terms - are all lives of equal worth? How many would one sacrifice if it meant saving many more? There are a few rabbits out of hats moments late in the story that subvert this line of thinking to some extent. Much of the technology has too many magical properties. Still, it is a solid adventure.