- Title: Doctor Who: Lucie Miller
- Author: Nicholas Briggs
- ISBN: 9781844355020
- Page: 164
- Format: Audio CD
Hello Doctor, it s me Lucie Lucie Miller Lucie Miller needs the Doctor s help The whole planet Earth needs his help But he is nowhere to be seen.While Lucie struggles to survive a terrible sickness, an even greater threat to the human race is about to be unleashed.And this will be the second Dalek invasion of Earth the Doctor s grand daughter has had to endure Yo Hello Doctor, it s me Lucie Lucie Miller Lucie Miller needs the Doctor s help The whole planet Earth needs his help But he is nowhere to be seen.While Lucie struggles to survive a terrible sickness, an even greater threat to the human race is about to be unleashed.And this will be the second Dalek invasion of Earth the Doctor s grand daughter has had to endure You must accept the reality of your situation You have been defeated.
Recent Comments "Doctor Who: Lucie Miller"
From BBC Radio 4 Extra - Extra Debut:The Time Lord's companion survives a global plague, a first strike by the deadliest foe.
Old friends , Old Monsters , Makes a high energy story.8/10
The one was much better with the last, tying together many things from previous stories which seemed to be one-offs. Old friends, old enemies and a decent story made this one go by quickly.
Lucie Miller (Sheridan Smith) has had a troubled relationship with the Doctor (Paul McGann). Forced into the TARDIS by the Time Lords, parting company on bad terms, they seemed to patch up their differences. Lucie wound up travelling the world with the Doctor's great-grandson Alex in the 22nd century.However, it isn't long before the Doctor is needed again - the Daleks return for a second attempt after he stopped them invading Earth in his first body. This time, it looks like they might succeed, [...]
I have been more or less indifferent or wildly opinionated by the New Eighth Doctor Adventures, which seemed to be struggling deeply over the change in format and the need to be somewhat separated from the monthly Doctor Who line. By this point they seemed to have gotten the hang of properly pacing their individual stories and were attempting to figure out how to do series long arcs, and they never really managed to fix that before they ended the New EDA line. However, they demonstrated time and [...]
I'm not really disposed to like Dalek stories, because I feel as though the ol' tin cans have been well overused and are just irritating. This story, however, managed to grab my attention because it starts out as a narrative of *everything* going wrong, with Lucie going through absolute hell, while Susan practically goes into PTSD as the Daleks descend on the Earth in an oversized version of their 23rd Century Invasion. The story cuts back and forth between Lucie's despairing narration and battl [...]
Really loved this. Especially the parts with Lucie narrating. So dark, so sad and so brilliantly written. I must admit I was less excited that the Monk and Tamsin had returned but even they did a better job. I felt so sorry for Susan and Lucie to have to go through all that. The plague, the dalek invasion. I must admit I really love the stories where the Doctor isn't there to save everything and it just all goes to hell. This was just as good as I'd heard. I can't wait to listen to the second ha [...]
I really did enjoy this, and hope that the climax will pay off - the season's regular and semi-regular characters, Sheridan Smith as Lucie, Graeme Garden as the Meddling Monk, Carole Ann Ford as Susan, and even the ones I felt were weaker, Jake McGann as Alex and Niky Wardley as Tamsin, seem to have picked up a gear. With so many lead characters, the story doesn't have a lot of Doctor in it but sometimes that is OK.
I was impressed by how well this story brings together so many elements from this season that initially seemed a bit gimmicky or throw-away: new companion Tamsin, the return of the Meddling Monk, Susan, Alex. Even the Daleks seem exciting here. May be Big Finish's best attempt yet at a New Series style "epic" season-ending two parter.
Of all the 8th Doctor Stories this is possibly the best. Dramatic, exciting, moving and in places tense to the point of being harrowing. A story that showcases the Daleks at their most evil and the bravery of Lucie, Susan and Alex. Superbly written, paced and acted throughout.
Really, really bad stuff happens to Lucie Miller, and then it gets worse.
Exciting Dalek, Monk and plague story featuring Lucie Miller getting paralyzed and a cliff-hanger ending.
i'm so sad.
Great audio adventure but the cliff hanger was typically lame. They can't keep killing the doctor. You know he'll be fine in part 2.
The penultimate episode in the New Eighth Doctor Adventures audio series. Big Finish actually managed to make the Daleks scary again! Now onto the finale!
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