I would change the "twist."
I think that having a different reason for the house being "empty" would have make the story more enjoyable. I wanted to be wowed.
I think she did I fine job.
It was alright but it didn't have that "ooh" moment where there's a twist and you are astonished, excited, and pleased.
She did, I could tell the difference between the characters.
This was really average--not terrible, not great. I'll listen to it again, just not soon. I think it could have had more suspense or more humor or more something, anything. It was just average. That's really all I can say about it.
I liked the Doctor interacting with children for most of the novel.
I enjoyed this story, though near the end I found it a little haunting. I know that can be good sometimes, but I was really affected by several scenes. I recommend this audiobook. Only thing that is a negative is that Nicholas Briggs doesn't do a very good 11th Doctor. His 9th Doctor is much better.
I liked the way the narrator portrayed Amy's Scottish accent.
Michael Maloney really does a terrible job at voicing the Doctor. It is no where close to the 11th Doctor.
I really enjoyed this story. This is the first story I've encountered with the Ice Warriors besides the recent Dr. Who episode "Cold War."
I got a good deal on this audiobook because I purchased the Kindle book. I feel like I got a good deal even though the "Doctor" is not captured in the least. It is also hard to tell the Doctor and Rory apart in the narration. Otherwise it is a very good narration. Once again I like the story.
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