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, 200% Legion of the Lost by John Dorney , 200% Legion of the Lost by John Dorney Infernal DevicesLegion of the Lost , ,A Thing of Guile by Phil Mulryne ,, ,,The Neverwhen by Matt Fitton , whoniverse , A Thing of Guile ,10.lukk.svbtle Sir John Hurt, David Warner as a Technomancer, properly temporally complex Time War, the Daleks relegated mostly to the background Nailed it I love this. Enjoyed this but feel like it should have gone further In the special features, there s talk that the War Doctor is still the Doctor and that his only un Doctory act is triggering the Moment at the end of the Time War but I disagree I think he triggers the Moment because he s been pushed gradually to that extreme and doesn t see another way out Still, these are good stories and a little different from the usual Doctor Who fare The War Doctor is on his way to being the best of Doctors based on his small canon of work so far. ( DOWNLOAD EBOOK ) ☤ Doctor Who: The War Doctor: Infernal Devices ☽ Three new battles for the War Doctor Legion of the Lost by John DorneyIn a time of war, every means of victory must be explored In the Time War, the unthinkable must be thought, and neither side can afford to be squeamish about their methodsWhen the destruction of an obscene weapon leads to the Time Lord once known as the Doctor uncovering a secret Gallifreyan initiative, he cannot believe what is being consideredShould victory be sought at any cost Or are there worse possibilities than losing to the DaleksA Thing of Guile by Phil MulryneThe Daleks are developing a secret weapon on Asteroid ThetaIt is imperative that their plans are uncoveredCardinal Ollistra has her hands full studying the range of ancient and mysterious armaments the universe has to offer, but she makes it a personal mission to investigate the Dalek projectOn this dangerous assignment, there is one particular Time Lord she wants at her side and he will be accompanying her whether he wants to or not The Neverwhen by Matt FittonOn an isolated world ravaged by battle, time itself has become a weapon, laying waste to all who live and die there Arms and technology are in a state of flux and it seems that everlasting war is their only optionThe arrival of one battered Type Forty TARDIS inside this nightmare offers hope to the combatants trapped withinBut when he discovers the truth, the horrors of the Neverwhen will shock even the War Doctor The Doctor tries again to get a peace between the Timelords and the Daleks. Unlike its predecessor, this second release consists of three separate, hour long stories, each by a different author Each of the stories is based around the theme of secret weapons, and the first two end on cliffhangers that lead directly into the next one, but even so, they are essentially distinct Legion of the Lost The Doctor stumbles across an alliance between the Time Lords and another advanced culture that plans to use a terrible weapon to win the war against the Daleks The Daleks t Unlike its predecessor, this second release consists of three separate, hour long stories, each by a different author Each of the stories is based around the theme of secret weapons, and the first two end on cliffhangers that lead directly into the next one, but even so, they are essentially distinct Legion of the Lost The Doctor stumbles across an alliance between the Time Lords and another advanced culture that plans to use a terrible weapon to win the war against the Daleks The Daleks themselves aren t in this one, which does at least give some variety, although the technomancers providing the new weapon are at least as clich d themselves, which doesn t help There are some moral arguments in here about the justification for using the weapon, but we re never really in any doubt that the Doctor is right to oppose it Good performances and the context of the wider conflict help to raise this above the average A Thing of Guile This time it s the Daleks who are building the secret weapon, although exactly what it is is left a mystery for most of the episode Here, as in the first volume, we re right back into war story territory, with the Doctor and other Time Lords trying to infiltrate the Daleks base and find out what they re up to This turns out to be similar to a Dalek plan used in an episode of the new series, although, to be fair, the methodology is different, and there s no indication that they re supposed to be connected in any way With a subplot concerning a spaceship trying to escape from the Daleks, this is a fast paced tale that once again probes the boundaries of how ruthless the War Doctor is prepared to be The Neverwhen The strongest story of the three, and just about nudging the overall collection into five star territory, this focuses on a nightmarish front line in the Time War A significant message here is just how low the Time Lords in general and recurring villain Cardinal Ollistra in particular are willing to stoop While this, too, is a war story, it s one about the horror of war rather than a typical action adventure, although this is conveyedby implication than by being explicitly shown And, once again, there are moments when the War Doctor s morality is called into question as well as some scenes highlighting his differences from and similarities to his other incarnations Another solidly entertaining Big Finish audio production Just wonderful stuff John Hurt is fantastic as the Warrior aka The War Doctor and the other actors all delivery delightful performances I was particularly pleased with David Warner s contributions He s always been a welcome addition to any cast Looking forward to the third set. This is the first Big Finish Audio that I have listened to and hopefully not the last My only complaint is that the stories are too short, or maybe its that I m used to audio novels rather than dramas Also, I had a tear in my eye listening to the bonus disc and everyone praise John Hurt RIP Just superb.