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Blake's 7 - The Liberator Chronicles, Volume 6

Length: 2 hrs and 56 mins
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Three enhanced audiobooks performed by the stars of the classic BBC television series. These stories are set during series three.

'Incentive' by Peter Anghelides. Starring Paul Darrow as Avon, Steven Pacey as Tarrant and Adrian Lukis as Bracheeni. The Liberator crew are recovering from a Galactic War and searching for their lost members Blake and Jenna. But it's a search that leads them into terrible danger....

'Jenna's Story' by Steve Lyons. Starring Sally Knyvette as Jenna and John Banks as Correl. Jenna's story is finally told - from her escape from the Liberator during the Galactia War, to her determination to continue the fight against the Federation alone...with the odds stacked against her.

'Blake's Story' by Mark Wright and Cavan Scott. Starring Gareth Thomas as Blake and Paul Darrow as Avon. Blake's story is finally told - from his escape from the Liberator during the Galactic War, to his new life as a troubled, scarred man on a distant rebel world....

Directed by: Ken Bentley.

©2013 Big Finish Productions (P)2013 Big Finish Productions

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  • 07-18-19

Why so many rhetorical questions, Blake?

It's good to revisit the characters, hear new stories and get some answers. The plots, in themselves, are good as are the voices. I found Jenna's story, her ultimate trust in Blake and wish to carry on his work particularly interesting, and moving.

Unfortunately the writing doesn't always live up to the quality of the rest. This is mainly noticeable in the third story, where Blake's use of rhetorical questions to make a point or finish a paragraph made for a rather stilted and unconvincing narrative, which didn't suit the character at all. Yes, Blake is reflecting on past events, but nevertheless the style could have been varied to maintain the interest ofthe listener.