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  • Title: Doctor Who: The Bride of Peladon
  • Author: Barnaby Edwards
  • ISBN: 9781844352890
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Audio CD

  • Peladon will bathe in oceans of blood A mysterious voice, a missing girl and a murdered queen The Royal House of Peladon is once plunged into intrigue, terror and death The Doctor, Peri and Erimem must find their way through a treacherous labyrinth of lies if they are to distinguish friend from foe before it is too late.For deep beneath the Citadel of Peladon, sometPeladon will bathe in oceans of blood A mysterious voice, a missing girl and a murdered queen The Royal House of Peladon is once plunged into intrigue, terror and death The Doctor, Peri and Erimem must find their way through a treacherous labyrinth of lies if they are to distinguish friend from foe before it is too late.For deep beneath the Citadel of Peladon, something infinitely ancient and immeasurably powerful is stirring
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    Commentaires:

    A Bald Mage** Steve
    A safe story to write out Erimem,,, an ok story 4/10

    Jamie Revell
    For the third time in four releases, an "expanded universe" companion leaves the Doctor. In this case, it's the turn of Erimem, the deposed Egyptian pharaoh first introduced in The Eye of the Scorpion six years before. The setting of the story is hardly a surprise, given the title, and all the old familiar elements of that setting are in place. In fact, there's quite a lot going on in here, with a number of different plots interweaving as we negotiate the complexities of Peladonian and Federatio [...]

    Mel
    I really loved this. The Peladon episodes are very good. This had all the political intrigue of the original episodes. The characters and the prejudices seemed very much in line with the original ideas. The mystery around the deaths was nice and spooky. The only thing that let it down was Erimen leaving. While not quite Leela staying on Gallifrey it felt quite the same. Suddenly Erimen is leaving her best friend and staying to marry some guy she just met. A guy she seemed to have less in common [...]

    Aidan
    The two Peladon stories are amongst my favorite Pertwee-era adventures and so I was predisposed to enjoy this story which does an excellent job of recreating the tone and style of those stories while containing an interesting twist of its own.I was still interested in the rich setting and the dramatic scheming that takes place but I do think that the story ends up being too faithful to the original episodes, trying to pack in too many elements such as Aggedor's reappearance (which really does no [...]

    Nicholas Whyte
    I loved The Bride of Peladon: OK, a substantial amount of it is a retread of The Curse of Peladon, but that is probably my favourite Third Doctor story so it's not a bad start; and then we have the Osirans as in Pyramids of Mars, as well as Ice Warriors, Alpha Centauri, Aggedor, Arcturans and all. Erimem's departure is as you would expect (though we have some good misdirection) and Peri promises that she will not leave the Doctor to marry an alien king. I laughed so loud at that line that passer [...]

    Christopher Buchanan
    A re-visit to Paladon, a setting and characters that have already been thoroughly worked over. Pure fan wank. It's not bad though, despite the middle episodes dragging and the ending being very well telegraphed. They did squeak in an interesting surprise. Fairly mediocre over all. A pretty appropriate swan song for Erimem, who was a very cliche character to begin with IMO.

    Yosef Shapiro
    This story features the return of the Doctor to Peladon. It is an average story. But, it does provide some moments of nostalgia for us Pertwee fans. For those that recall the original series stories, the Venusian lullaby is used. But overall, an average story.

    Kate Sherrod
    A nice farewell to Erimem. Which reminds me: I wonder if 1. We're ever going to see Cleopatra and wossisname from "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship" again and if 2. Cleopatra, companion wasn't trying to capture some of Erimem's magic

    Debra Cook
    The Doctor, Peri and Erimem land on Peladon just before a royal wedding. People have been dying and they are fearful of strangers. It turns out an old egyptian pharaoh who has been imprisoned for centuries and is trying to free herself. Erimem can stop this. If she does will she continue to travel.

    Christopher Hatch
    I enjoyed this one, good harmless fun.The final joke amused me greatly too!!

    Steven
    Doesn't make the most of the Peladon mythology.

    Jadetyger Sevea
    A worthy send off for Erimem.

    Scott Haworth
    Very well done. Fans of the Peladon stories will be pleased, as will fans of Erimem. I must say I wasn't expecting the surprise villain. (And I will say no more!)

    Ritchie
    Everybody leaves.

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