My tale on River Song series 4 is now up at CultBox - hot take: I could have listened to four hours of Kingston and Baker, but the Discordia were great too - perhaps the perfect Moffat-like villain for her?
Broadcast Engineer, DW & audio drama fan, reviewer for CultBox & IndieMacUser, Marmalade maker, Nimon apologist
Just finished listening to this and I loved it, especially John Dorney's "Someone I Once Knew." The way it ended got me feeling really emotional.
I found "Time In A Bottle" a little hard to follow, in part because I couldn't always understand what the Discordia with the voice effects. (I guess that was Melak, in that story.) At first, I also had trouble distinguishing between the two other female voices, until one of them started sounding more like an ant. I was more in sync with what was going on by the time I got to "Kings of Infinite Space". I liked the character of Spod.
"Whodunnit?" was loads of fun - a mishmash of famous detectives from literature combined with a game of Clue, it seemed to me.
"Someone I Once Knew" was my favorite, as I said initially. Loved so much how the story developed and the interactions between River and the Fourth Doctor were just lovely. I didn't find the ending implausible at all. It brought tears to my eyes.
Great set of stories, kudos to all involved.
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