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After this however, the Monk appears and the story seems to stumble a bit. You get the impression that, having put forward the idea of a twelve-episode story and had it accepted, halfway through the writers realised exactly what they’d agreed to and start to struggle a bit. The Monk, although especially well voiced by Peter Purves seems a bit superfluous and added in just to pad the tale out. It finds its feet again though and the story reaches its final, dramatic conclusion made all the more effective by a great use of music and sound effects.
Overall then, a bit like any sequel it’s not quite as good as the first one, but you certainly won’t be disappointed by it. (Posted on 10 October 2012)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely
The Time Destroyer is the most lethal weapon in the history of the universe, and the Daleks are poised to use it. But one thing stands between them and complete domination - the Doctor. He has stolen the Taranium core, and the Time Destroyer is powerless without it.
In this second installment of the novelization of the TV serial The Dalek’s Masterplan, the Doctor is on the run with the Daleks drawing every closer to catching him. Travelling through time in their bid to escape the Daleks, the Doctor and his companions meet old adversaries and have new adventures.
But the Daleks can’t be avoided forever, and they eventually find themselves back on the planet of Kembel for the final, cataclysmic showdown.
After a lighthearted start, The Mutation of Time slowly takes listeners into the dark world of Doctor Who’s most frightening enemy. This is an unmissable MP3 audiobook that finishes the tale of The Dalek’s Masterplan.
Written by John Peel, an experienced TV-to-novel writer, this is the complete and unabridged audiobook of the novel. The story is read by Peter Purves, well known for starring in in the original TV episode. The Daleks’ voices are played by Nicholas Briggs, a British actor who has also voiced the Cybermen.