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Three enhanced audiobooks performed by the stars of the classic BBC television series. These stories are set during Series 2.
Logic by Simon Guerrier. Pol Astat Constable is an ordinary woman living an ordinary life in a domed city on Earth. Her very ordinary job involves looking for errors of logic in computer code. Then one day an intruder breaks into her rooms, and changes everything forever. His name is Kerr Avon, and he is taking her outside to face a terrible secret...Pol's life is ordinary no more.
Risk Management by Una McCormack. Blake and Jenna come to the aid of the planet Sutskar, which has fought off the shackles of the Federation and won independence and freedom. But the ruined world needs finance, and so the sale of rare Galveston crystals is vital to its future and any hope of rebuilding. The only person trusted to broker the deal is Roj Blake. But Blake is not prepared for the secrets and lies he will uncover.
Three by James Goss. Cullen is a journalist in search of a big story - and he has landed the scoop of a lifetime. An interview with Supreme Commander Servalan herself. Summoned to Space Command Headquarters, Cullen is able to ask the Supreme Commander any question he chooses. But as Servalan takes him through her life, little does Cullen know how his own story will actually end....
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- Anonymous User
2 dark psychological stories and 1 classic
The middle story is one you could imagine being in the orginal series. The other two are more dark psychological character explorations. The final story, Three, is probably the most well written but much darker than classic Blakes Seven. The first two stories would benefit from having an additional voice actor. Without this, the lead actors have to speak in the lines of the supporting cast in the third person. Good value for money.
- Amazon Customer
probably my favourite of series just great stories fantastic vocal performance and exceptional effects make this believable and highly enjoyable