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Doctor Who: No Place Like Home
Whilst showing his latest companion, Erimem, around her new home, the Doctor discovers that the TARDIS seems remarkably keen to be as unhelpful as possible. Almost as if it wants rid of its occupants...
Published June 2003 by Big Finish Productions
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A likeable introduction to one of the companions and insight into what her life was like, being a pharaoh and therefor a God. How she's chosen to focus her identity toward empathy and helping the world. She's a nice contrast to the megalomaniac villain - who might have chosen to be something other than what he became.
A fun, dramatic romp through the TARDIS with Five and Erimem. My first proper intro to Erimem and she's a fascinating character. Plus there's a cameo by a character from the comic books that took me pleasantly by surprise. I have to say that the villain of the story was a bit overblown and ridiculous, even for my tastes.