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The Light at the End (Doctor Who) (Englisch) Audio-CD – Audiobook, 23. November 2013

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  • Audio CD
  • Verlag: Big Finish Productions Ltd; Auflage: Standard ed. (23. November 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1781781087
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781781081
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,3 x 1 x 12,7 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 215.841 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)


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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Dalek "The Abomination" Caan am 5. April 2014
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
Die DW-Fangemeinde hat ja schwer geschluckt (bis gespuckt), als Steven Moffatt verkündete, keine "alten" Doktoren außer David Tennant zurückzubringen und stattdessen eine "neue" Inkarnation in Form des "War Doctor" einzuführen. Nun, alles halb so wild, ein halbes Jahr später wissen wir alle, daß sich zumindest Tom Baker und Paul McGann doch irgendwie reingeschmuggelt haben und alle Ex-Doktoren zumindest visuell repräsentiert waren - und "Day Of The Doctor" ohne Frage eine würdige Jubiläumsfolge war.

Big Finish haben allerdings das schwierige Unterfangen gewagt, "ihre" Doktoren (4-8) gemeinsam in ein Abenteuer zu schicken und somit quasi den harten Fans das zu geben, was sie lauthals forderten. Dabei orientierten sie sich ganz deutlich an den Multi-Doktor-Episoden der klassischen Serie, sprich, die Handlung, Spannung und überraschende Wendungen treten ganz klar zurück, um dem nostalgischen Vergnügen den Vortritt zu lassen. Deshalb gibt es hier auch keine allzu schwierige Handlung, sondern eine klassische "Master vs. Doctor"- Story. Im Prinzip handelt es sich hier hauptsächlich um eine "Lost Episode" aus der ersten Staffel des Achten Doktors mit Charley Pollard, die beiden führen ganz eindeutig die Haupthandlung, allerdings schon recht früh begleitet von Nr. 4 und Leela.

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Von I. Glaunsinger am 7. Januar 2014
Format: Audio CD
Oh, I love this audiobook of Doctor Who.
It's well done and I enjoyed to figure out as fast as possible which Doctor is which. :)
The story is easy to follow and 4,5,6,7 and 8 are on an adventure which takes place exactly at the date when the first episode of Doctor Who was aired. :D
I give 4 of 5 stars because the story could have been longer and for the price of 15 €...well, a bit more would have been cool.
But I really enjoyed every second of it.
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Fifty years of excellence. 28. April 2014
Von Chris Swanson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
November 23rd 1963 proves to be a significant day in the lives of all eight Doctors...

It's the day that Bob Dovie's life is ripped apart...

It's also a day that sets in motion a catastrophic chain of events which forces the first eight incarnations of the Doctor to fight for their very existence. As a mysterious, insidious chaos unfolds within the TARDIS, the barriers of time break apart...

From suburban England through war-torn alien landscapes and into a deadly, artificial dimension, all these Doctors and their companions must struggle against the power of an unfathomable, alien technology.

From the very beginning, it is clear that the Master is somehow involved. By the end, for the Doctors, there may only be darkness.

STARRING: Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann (The Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Nicola Bryant (Peri), Sophie Aldred (Ace), India Fisher (Charley Pollard), Geoffrey Beevers (The Master)

It's the 50th anniversary story, as you might have gathered, and, oh, my is it a doozy. You can see from the cast list that we have all five of the living old series Doctors. We also get a companion for each, plus the Master. What you don't see is that we further get cameo appearances by Ian, Susan, Polly, Jamie, Zoe, Jo, Tegan and Turlough. Plus there's brief appearances by the First, Second and Third Doctors. Each is voiced, obviously, by someone other than the original actors, but still! There's even some lovely Big Finish continuity featuring none other than Straxus.

Ignoring all the fan-wankery the cast provides, I'm also happy to say that this is an excellent story. It's easily the best of any multi-Doctor story in any format. Now, sadly, that isn't saying all that much, as things like "The Two Doctors" were, perhaps, not as good as they should have been. Even the best of them, "The Three Doctors", is made great only due to the wonderful chemistry between the Second and Third Doctor.

But this one...writer Nicholas Briggs proves yet again that he's one of the few active writers who really understands what makes the old series so great, and knows how to use that skill to great effect. This is a story that features plenty of little moments to make fans go "squee", such as Leela and Charley meeting each other and the Sixth and Seventh Doctors bickering a bit, but it also features moments of profound sadness, such as when we find out what happened to one man's family at the hands of the Master.

The best part is that all the Doctors each get something to do; no one really gets sidelined. You don't have one Doctor tied to a chair for much of the story, for example, or one stuck on a TV screen. Or another one stuck on a TV screen. No, everyone gets to do at least something, and the companions aren't shorted, either, at least the ones with major roles.

Additionally, all the actors are at the top of their games. I've mentioned before that in many of the Fourth Doctor stories, Tom Baker sounds more like "Tom Baker" than like the Fourth Doctor. That's gone completely. India Fisher also does a great job of sounding like she did all those many years ago when she first played Charley, Edwardian adventuress. Same for all the rest of the cast, who do great jobs playing characters they last played on TV years or decades ago.

This really feels less like the culmination of 50 years of Doctor Who than it does the culmination of 14 years of it through Big Finish. That's good, in that those 14 years have felt much more like old series Who than the new series has (which is, of course, obvious, but you get what I mean). It also makes me anticipate what the next 14+ years of Big Finish will bring.

If you're a fan of the old series, especially in the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Doctor's eras, this is a must-buy, and it's in three easily-affordable versions. Well, two affordable ones (the one linked to above and this one), and a vinyl version, because why not. The standard version in download-only format is only $13, and if you're a true fan, there's no excuse not to buy it.
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A real 50th anniversary story. 10. März 2014
Von William Medina - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
This is a true 50th anniversary story. All the actors have equal time as the Doctor. Something the tv couldn't do. Highest recommendation!
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Celeberate with the Best Multi-Doc Story of all Time! 15. Mai 2014
Von Jere G. Adams - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
Being a lifelong Dr Who fan, I am delighted to say The Light at the End delivers-both as a 50th anniversary story and as a multi-Doctor adventure especially. Rumor has it, this special two-part adventure was made at the behest of Tom Baker himself, as he wanted to work with the other Doctor Who stars for the big anniversary. I am so happy that he was willing to do so, because the end result is even better than 1983's The Five Doctors.
Yes, the Master is back, this time not just tormenting one Doctor but five, in his most deadly plan yet. Companions are sucked out of time and space, and each Doctor must solve the mystery of November 23rd, 1963 and a certain man named Bob Davies....
the end result is thrilling and there is even a little humor at the end of the adventure with some bickering between Bob and the Paul McGann Doctor. And yes boys, Charley is back!
And companion Ace sounds just as she did in the 1980s serials she co-starred in with Sylvester McCoy, who also sounds pretty much as I remember him. Fans wanting Tom's Doctor to interact with his sucessors can ask for no more, as he and McGann stand up to the Master to privide a distraction for Doctors 5-7 in setting time right!
The Master, played here by Geoffrey Beevers, has a weapon and is using it to rewrite history.
Doctors 1-3 are well represented by old style soundtracks and their companions make a stunning addition to the fun as well. Colin Baker fans need not worry, the Sixth Doctor and Peri are dealt a good patch of the action (it is he who figures out what the Master is doing and the central plot in Part 2 in fact) and there is also a cracking good cliffhanger as Nyssa is pulled out of time screaming the Fifth Doctor Peter Davison's name.
I highly recommend DOCTOR WHO-The Light at the End. Order your copy today!
A Great Doctor Who Story 28. April 2014
Von Jason Rayle - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
I like this story because all eight doctors from the classic series are in it. I has listen to this audio drama several times. I like listening to this CD whenever I get a chance to. It is easy to travel with and it feel your imagination with possibilities. It is a five star must listen to for people who like Doctor Who.
Delightful! 4. Mai 2015
Von Robertson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
It was a real treat to hear every living Doctor of the classic era interacting! We particularly enjoyed the interactions between Tom Baker and Paul McGann! Highly recommended for all classic Doctor Who fans!
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