The Graxis Wardens, Galanar, Elaria and Tarkov are all heading
for the planet Velyshaa. But the Dalek Supreme's forces are
in hot pursuit. They have superior numbers, firepower and
technology, and the creation of the largest Dalek army that
history has ever known is already under way...
his absence from the previous chapter, Georgi Selestru (William
Gaunt) puts in an appearance this time, though it is only
for a few minutes, so once again I see no reason to include
him in the "Starring" line above.
plot of this final instalment sees the focus of the action
return to the planet Velyshaa, where Dalek Empire II
left off, as the characters race to obtain a copy of Kalendorf's
telepathic records as proof for the Galactic Union of the
Daleks' evil intentions. I was rather hoping that this would
be an opportunity to hear the voice of Gareth Thomas as Kalendorf
again, but that was not to be.
months elapse during the journey. The transition is marked
by the change in the relationship that exists between Galanar
(David Tennant - soon to be seen as Barty Crouch Jr in the
movie version of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire)
and Siy Tarkov (Steven Elder). Both men come across as more
jocular, and Tarkov seems much calmer than his former, frantic
self. His peace of mind doesn't last for long, however. There
are hints of the misfortune that is to befall our heroes as
we finally get to hear to whom Galanar has been talking during
his narrative asides all this time...
Briggs knocks the incidental music up a notch during the climactic
battle scenes, but the "ending" is frustratingly inconclusive.
As I should have learned to expect from this series by now,
the fates of several characters are left up in the air for
possible future continuation.
isn't a bad CD, but I had expected a little more after five
months of build-up.
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