Doctor Who: The Time Vampire

Doctor Who The Time Vampire Leela in her last moments of life recalls a long forgotten memory a time in the TARDIS The Doctor is worried that K s increasingly bizarre behaviour might become dangerous He decides to make a new

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Time Vampire
  • Author: Nigel Fairs Louise Jameson John Leeson
  • ISBN: 9781844354665
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Leela, in her last moments of life, recalls a long forgotten memory a time in the TARDIS The Doctor is worried that K9 s increasingly bizarre behaviour might become dangerous He decides to make a new model, little knowing that the fate of all three time travellers has long since been decided.As Leela recalls the chilling connection between K9 s illness , the Z nai andLeela, in her last moments of life, recalls a long forgotten memory a time in the TARDIS The Doctor is worried that K9 s increasingly bizarre behaviour might become dangerous He decides to make a new model, little knowing that the fate of all three time travellers has long since been decided.As Leela recalls the chilling connection between K9 s illness , the Z nai and the haunted sea fort in which the TARDIS lands, she prepares for her final journey into the land of her ancestors the Afterlife.

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    1. I’ve just finished listening to the Time Vampire by Big Finish which is a companion chronicle with Leela and K9 and if you guys had to listen to just one Leela companion chronicle-It has to be this one.Because WOW.What a fantastic story and the music in this was outstanding.

    2. This is the conclusion to the "Leela Trilogy" within the Companion Chronicles, and it follows the same general format that was used for "The Catalyst" and "Empathy Games". Set late in Season 15, at least in terms of the main story, the primary goal is to explain the framing device of the entire trilogy and bring Leela's story to a conclusion.The most obtuse and irritating part of the first two stories in the trilogy was the framing device, so the fact that this audiodrama focuses so much upon it [...]

    3. Considered as a standalone story, I thoroughly enjoyed this, with it's non-linear structure and general "timey-wimeyness". Piecing it all together was quite engrossing, although I think I'll need more than one listen to be sure I've got all the nuances. As an ending to the trilogy of Leela stories that began with "The Catalyst", I'm less sure. I'm not sure that this story's ending really brought any closure to Leela's story. While it was much better than some of the bad endings I'd envisaged (an [...]

    4. Interesting and quite disturbing in places but the ending, although suitably creepy, I'm not entirely sure worked 100% although an interesting idea and I had guessed where it was leading before it happened. One of my other bugs about it is that this continuity doesn't mesh with the other BF Leela stories where she ends up on Gallifrey after travelling with the Dr - which ties in better with her canon story.

    5. I really liked this. It was a very spooky story with all sorts of twists and turns. I don't think it was too hard to follow and thought it was a fascinating way to play with time. It reminded me a little of Lalla's last episode, the way the story kept shifting through time. Louise did a fabulous job playing all the different parts and it was nice to hear John in several roles as well. I think this is my favourite of Leela's companion chronicles that I've heard so far.

    6. I liked this and at the same time, I didn't. It was creepy, very original and just plain odd. All good points in my book. But it was confusing and I'm not real sure how I feel about the ending. At the end I kind of felt like 'what the frakk just happened here?' Maybe I should re-listen.

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