None of the stories here are the best or worst stories, but they are all rather important in terms of developing the narrative post Star One.
I am most fond of Avon stories, and perhaps Incentive is sadly one of the least good Avon ones, which does not mean to say it is bad. It is highly entertaining and Steven Pacey as Tarrant is yet another milestone engagement from Big Finish. Probably the guest actor outshines the "regulars" which is unfortunate but rather impressive.
Jenna's Story is the best Jenna Stannis story so far. Previously the narratives have been dull, but this one has an epic feel to it and is credibly done. I genuinely bought into her story and it contains a very dramatic moment.
Blake's Story is probably Gareth Thomas's best performance to date too. Again rather than dull narrative which we have had before, here we are learning of "what happened after" which is quite fascinating. Perhaps this will unsettle die hard fans a little, but the way I see it, it is as about as official as it is going to get. It is a perfectly feasible development given the complex development of a rather straightforward character that we got over the four seasons of Blake's 7 on screen; what goes on in this story does work well.
This set is for me is one of the more key releases and fills in some significant gaps in our understanding of Blake's 7. It is a bold step, but there are plenty of continuity references to work with to make it perfectly credible. Each story has some very strong points and I really cannot decide which I like the most.
Jenna's Story 7.5/10
Blake's Story 7.5/10
They are all good for different reasons, and probably the set for me that is of the most consistent quality; not quite perfect, but incredibly well thought out. A very welcome release indeed. Blake's 7 The Liberator Chronicles, for me, has been the highlight of Big Finish 2013. Well done.