Doctor Who: The Destroyer of Delights

Doctor Who The Destroyer of Delights You will be always looking in the wrong place I have searched through all of Time and I cannot find it The search for the Key to Time has stalled the next segment does not appear to exist anywhere in

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Destroyer of Delights
  • Author: Jonathan Clements
  • ISBN: 9781844353644
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Audio CD
  • You will be always looking in the wrong place I have searched through all of Time and I cannot find it The search for the Key to Time has stalled the next segment does not appear to exist anywhere in the Universe Forced into a temporary alliance with one of his greatest enemies, the Doctor suggests a course of action that is a validation of chaos itself.Thrown at rand You will be always looking in the wrong place I have searched through all of Time and I cannot find it The search for the Key to Time has stalled the next segment does not appear to exist anywhere in the Universe Forced into a temporary alliance with one of his greatest enemies, the Doctor suggests a course of action that is a validation of chaos itself.Thrown at random across Space and Time, the Doctor and Amy arrive in 9th Century Sudan, where the greedy Lord Cassim is hoarding gold from the Legate of the Caliph But why does Cassim look so familiar What is the mysterious Djinni that lives out in the desert And why does it need so much treasure

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      Jonathan Clements

    About Author

    1. Jonathan Clements is an author, translator, biographer and scriptwriter His non fiction works include biographies of Confucius, Marco Polo, Mao Zedong, Koxinga and Qin Shihuangdi He also writes for NEO magazine and is the co author of encyclopedias of anime and Japanese television dramas.

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    1. One of the big cliches from classic Doctor Who is that in the third episode, not a lot happens and there can be a lot of running up and down corridors to fill out an episode s running time Corridor running can work on the television show, but it s not nearly as successful when it comes to audio drama Or in this case, it s one element of several unsuccessful ones from The Destroyer of Delights Picking up on the intriguing cliffhanger that ended the last installment, the story immediately descends [...]


    2. Part of the new Key to Time series Everything that made the original Guardians good in the original TV show is ruined here 4 10


    3. I really enjoyed the latest BF, The Destroyer of Delights Most of it is set in ninth century Sudan, at the height of the Islamic caliphate This is a potentially uneasy setting Big Finish screwed up with a sensitive historical setting in The Marian Conspiracy, though did rather better with The Settling This is on the laughs side Arabian Nights than the didactic side, but both elements are there, and in my opinion it works return return It works also because of the cast Ciara Janson again is good [...]


    4. The second part of the Key 2 Time trilogy stands in direct contrast to the stories book ending it in that it s primarily a comedy The primary antagonist of the first episode takes a break as well, replaced by the Black Guardian with the twist that both Guardians are losing their powers, and reduced to little than bickering old men.The story is a pastiche on the story of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, with the Doctor visiting Sudan during the time of the Abbasid Caliphate on his quest for the f [...]


    5. I found this a crashing disappointment after the glories of the opening Key 2 Time installment, The Judgment of Isskar Five was whiny as he often is, temporary companion Amy s childlike wonder has gotten wearying, and the guest characters are awful in every way Even the language, which is full of in your ribs riffs on the Arabic language and its poetic turns of phrase, is annoying The only thing tolerable in it is the Guardians Which I never thought I would say.


    6. The Doctor and Amy run into the Black Guardian who has no magic The doctor tries to make everything right but he and Amy end up in a fight between the Black and white guardians involving another race on earth.


    7. The story is alright but reducing the guardians to a comedy act doesn t work for me and that pains me because I do love David Troughton Also, the destroyer of delights gag gets real old real quick.




    8. This gets big bonus points for an unusual setting 9th century Sudan and some nice humor On the other hand, I found the actual plot a bit plodding Adds up to a solid but not spectacular audio.


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