[PDF] Download ✓ Doctor Who: Absolution | by ✓ Scott Alan Woodard


  • Title: Doctor Who: Absolution
  • Author: Scott Alan Woodard
  • ISBN: 9781844351831
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Audio CD

  • Confession Penance Absolution.The Tardis breaks down in a forbidden sector of space Ghostly voices cry out for salvation and only C rizz, the Doctor s Eutermesan companion, can answer their call for only he knows the secret of the Absolver But will he use it to rescue his friends or save the universe The Doctor s sins are catching up with him and the infernal beast BConfession Penance Absolution.The Tardis breaks down in a forbidden sector of space Ghostly voices cry out for salvation and only C rizz, the Doctor s Eutermesan companion, can answer their call for only he knows the secret of the Absolver But will he use it to rescue his friends or save the universe The Doctor s sins are catching up with him and the infernal beast Borarus is hungry Time is running out and Judgement Day is at hand.Welcome to Hell.
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    Commentaires:

    A Bald Mage** Steve
    Soild 8th Doctor audio but not brilliant 6/10

    H.K.
    Really good story, and good closure for a companion.

    Sara Habein
    Bit of a surprise ending there. Damn, dude.

    Jamie Revell
    This is the first of two audio plays that tie off the dangling plot threads from the 8th Doctor's long run in the main series of Big Finish plays - leaving the slate clean for a re-launch in his own series. (The latter had, in fact, launched well before this was made).Here, the focus is on C'rizz, who is, to be honest, not one of the most interesting companions to grace the show or its "expanded universe". The story concerns him being, by somewhat implausible means, lured to a planet that looks [...]

    Sativa
    I'm torn on this one. On one hand, C'rizz was a missed opportunity. A lot of tidbits were dropped about his backstory and history that never came to be. I think maybe they had plans for him that were abandoned. He was not the most compelling of companions, but there were things left unexplored for sure. However, the last five minutes are HEAVY. Good stuff. Charlotte has a bit of Donna in her and is one of the few companions you will see get angry with the Doctor and hold him accountable.

    Sarah
    C'rizz, Charley and the Eighth Doctor land on a planet where no-one can die. Or have children. And is perpetually clouded over. For so long, the inhabitants have lost track. Could be a hundred years, could be over 3,000. Is this Hell as some think? Is this merely Purgatory? They have been apparently been waiting for C'rizz so they could help him develop his telekinesis, telepathy & mental control over others.I swear, the Eighth Doctor Adventures should really be named The Eighth Doctor's Spi [...]

    Nicholas Whyte
    Robert Glenister was brought in as Selateen in The Caves of Androzani to help kill off Peter Davison, and here he is brought in to help dispose of Conrad Westmaas as C'rizz. Given that C'rizz is a reformed psychopathic killer reptilian, we always knew what the end was likely to be, and indeed the story is rather better on the Doctor/Charley relationship, where she accuses him of reminiscing about how things were better before C'rizz joined them (though in my humble opinion, if this is the Doctor [...]

    Audrey
    Don't want to say too much because I don't want to spoil anything. Some things, like the Doctor, I won't be too sad to see change. India Fisher gave an amazing performance in the last scene, though. She nearly had me in tears (and I haven't always loved Charley since the Divergent arc). It's sad to see the end of her run. But I'm glad to know I have her and Six to look forward to (and I am SO looking forward to it).Overall, not a bad drama, just not one that I fell in love with.

    Mel
    I must admit I was never the biggest fan of C'rizz but this was still an interesting adventure. It reminded me a lot of the vampires in e-space. Though with more eternal damnation and hell and less vampires. But it was a similar hammer horror type feel. I can't imagine this story being told with any of the other doctors or companions though. It really suited Paul and Charley.

    Christopher Buchanan
    An unusual ending for an unusual companion. Has quite a Dante/Lovecraft vibe to it and tool-esque background music. Loved it.Note: I got into Big Finish several years ago because I wanted to explore the 8th Doctor more. With this story I have now listened to every 8th Doctor story produced to date. Go me. Won't Mom be proud.

    Kate Sherrod
    The Eighth Doctor is the nicest one simply to listen to, which bumps this up to four stars, but otherwise this kind of heavily allegorical trap-door for a character that never seemed to gel is merely ok. The that at the end is the only really interesting thing about it.

    Debra Cook
    Crizz gets taken over by an alien being trying to torture and absolve people of their sins.

    Ritchie
    Eight, Charley and C'rizz go to hell, sort of. Gbye C'rizz.

    Anne Barwell
    A good but sad ending for C'rizz. I enjoyed his character arc. Refreshing to have a companion who is so alien.

    Steven
    C'rizz's story comes to an end in a hellish landscape.

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