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Doctor Who: No More Lies (The New Eighth Doctor Adventures) (edition 2007)

by Paul Sutton

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Member:saroz
Title:Doctor Who: No More Lies (The New Eighth Doctor Adventures)
Authors:Paul Sutton
Info:Big Finish Productions (2007), Audio CD
Collections:Your library, Read in 2007, Read in 2012
Rating:***1/2
Tags:Doctor Who, Big Finish, audio drama

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I may be unfair to No More Lies but I didn't think it worked at all. Suddenly the Doctor and Lucie are chasing time-travelling wrongdoers - where did that come from? And where did the timeloop they get inserted into come from? And it's kinda cute to bring back the Vortisaurs from the first Big Finish story with McGann's Doctor, but maybe someone could have taken the time to explain to Nigel Havers what he was doing? Because he doesn't seem to know. ( )
  nwhyte | Mar 6, 2009 |
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