Galanar and Elaria now know that they were created to destroy
the Daleks, but how can they do that when they are facing
a Dalek execution squad? The Graxis Wardens have penetrated
deep into enemy territory but they are completely outnumbered.
Meanwhile, Kaymee begins to learn the truth about the NFS
may notice that I have dropped William Gaunt from the "Starring"
line for this review. That's because his character, Georgi
Selestru, doesn't appear in Chapter Five at all (even
though he is credited on the CD sleeve).
we do get to hear more of Kaymee (Laura Rees) than we have
of late, as her health sees some considerable improvement...
or does it? In the midst of some bizarre dream sequences,
including a bit of an Empire Strikes Back moment, her
less than pleasant fate is rather clearly signposted, particularly
to those of you who have seen the Colin Baker Doctor Who
serial Revelation of the Daleks.
series continues to succeed in depicting the sinister Skarosians
as a force to be reckoned with. When an attack squad of a
dozen Graxis Wardens is seriously challenged by a party of
just four Daleks, I was reminded of the creatures' boast in
the William Hartnell epic, The Daleks' Master Plan:
"One Dalek is capable of exterminating all!"
with Chapter Three, the CD is supplemented by some
behind-the-scenes material: six and a half minutes' worth
this time. And as with Chapter Three, this stuff previously
featured on issue five of the free Big Finish Magazine
CD, though it does include Nicholas Briggs's amusing impersonation
of Ishia Bennison, as he discusses the casting process.
is exciting stuff, but for some reason the cliffhanger ending
didn't leave me as close to the edge of my seat as this series
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