Jem was going to be stuck in the past and we'd spend the whole series dealing with him as a man out of time. I was quite relieved that it was more complicated than that and he is learning how to travel in time. That there is a whole society that appears to be doing so makes it even more interesting.
I am very glad that a number of mysteries were resolved by the end with more questions being posed. I am looking forward to the next installment.
Unlike some of the other posts, I didn't hear Douglas Adams type humor here. Maybe I would on a second listen.
It is great to have a resource of people’s thoughts to refer back to when an offer comes around.
For £9.99 I was going to simply press buy on the whole set, but as the first episode is free and the offer will be valid for this week I guess I will listen to the free episode first, however I am conscious from what others have said that it finds it feet after that first hour, so unless I hate it I am sure I will buy.
I'm gathering from comments in this thread that a number of people weren't too enthused about this story, or weren't even interested enough to check it out. Having just listened to it for the second time, I think that's kind of a shame. It's a fun and amusing little story. I enjoyed it quite a bit and would love for them to follow up on some of the open questions left hanging at the end of this box set.
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