The universe stands on the brink of a dimensional crisis - and the Doctor and Raine are pulled into the very epicentre of it. Meanwhile, on Earth, UNIT scientific advisor Dr Elizabeth Klein and an incarnation of the Doctor she's never encountered before are tested to the limit by a series of bizarre, alien invasions.
At the heart of it all is a terrible secret, almost as old as the Time Lords themselves. Reality is beginning to unravel and two Doctors, Klein, Raine and all of UNIT must use all their strength and guile to prevent the whole of creation being torn apart.
Written by: Nicholas Briggs and Jason Arnopp and directed by: Nicholas Briggs.
Also includes a special UNIT: Dominion behind-the-scenes documentary, edited and produced by Martin Montague.
©2012 Big Finish Productions (P)2012 Big Finish Productions
Well, this one threw in everything except the kitchen sink! Rifts between dimensions are allowing weird creatures into our world...and so we get giant spiders, nasty insects, energy vampires, and flying heads...head that look like babies. Yeah, flying baby heads! UNIT's scientific advisor, Elizabeth Klein, tries to deal with the situation, as well as the appearance of not one, but apparently TWO incarnations of the Doctor! A lot going on, but it's fun stuff!
"Excellent but listen carefully!"
An excellent audio book by Big finish productions. Would recommend for Doctor Who and sci fi fans.
I loved the story and characters. Alex McQueen is excellent. I became engrossed very quickly.
The only note of caution I would give is to listen carefully as the plot is complex. That said I really enjoyed it and am going to listen to it again!
Great performance from sylvester mccoy as usual. very engaging and adicitve to listen to. thanks
"Who can you trust?"
Probably the most out ther, but also one of the best.
Alex MacQueen is fantastic. There is something of a Colin Baker interpretation going on, but he steals the show.
Sylvester McCoy slips straight back into the part seamlessly. Underrated during his tenure this is a Doctor with nuance and deapth.
Great story but a consistent issue with Big Finish is that the conversations are sometimes drowned out with the back ground noise
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