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not bad but not excellent

By:Timothy Philip Smith, London,England
Date:Wednesday 5 January 2005
Rating:   8

The Five Doctors is not bad but not Excellent well I wont give the story away I woud,nt advise you to get it or put it on your list to buy

Glorious Reunion

By:the Traveller, The Death Zone
Date:Saturday 17 June 2006
Rating:   8

A very simple, very entertaining reunion of everything great in Doctor Who.

Memerable to say the least!

By:The Master NM, London
Date:Monday 12 May 2008
Rating:   10

A great way to introduce someone to the worlds of Doctor who. This story was absoloutly fantastic in every sense of the word. Combining all five Doctors apart from the late William Heartnell, still keeping the formatt true to form, replacing him by William Hundrell, who captures his character wonderfully. Placing all 5 doctors in the death Zone, including some of the Doctors old foes including a Dalek, some cybermen, a Yeti, one raston Warrior and the Master. Aswell as the Doctors former companions, Sarah Jane, the Brigadier, Susan, Zoe and Jamie, and the Doctors most recent companions Turlough and Tegan.

The Master, bribed in order to help the doctor and to retrieve him from the death zone. Though, the Doctor has been taken out of time, its up to each and every one of them to get to the dark tower at the heart of the timelord race where Barusa lies in wait.

I was on the edge of my seat at every oppitunity. The cybermen didnt stand a chance against the old raston warrior who wiped them all out in no more than 6 seconds per scene. The Brigadier still hasnt lost his charm, wit nor his senses when he finds himself chased down a cave by a yeti and the whole story made complete sense. It was surely memerable!

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