Many of you will recognize the tongue-in-cheek format of these reviews as that of the one presented in the “Doctor Who Discontinuity Guide”. This is deliberate. It seemed fitting and pays homage to an amazing book at the same time.
A new adventure
If you are trying to decide if you should listen to a particular story, the overall “Summary” just under the title will provide you with an outline while trying not to give anything important away.
If you would like slightly more storyline, try the individual “Episode Summaries”. However, in order to avoid spoilers, I recommend refraining from reading any more until you have actually listened to the entire story. Alternatively, you should feel free to listen to an episode, read its comments, then go on to the next episode, as I will never “foreshadow” what will come unless through speculation.
If you have already listened to the story once, then you might find it amusing to read my “Comments” first, then listen to the audio (or read and listen at the same time), looking for the things I point out along the way. Of course if you don’t care about spoilers, then feel free to read at your leisure, though if you haven’t heard the story, much of what I write won’t make much sense.
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