Matt's Reviews > Doctor Who: The Genocide Machine

Doctor Who by Mike Tucker
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Apr 24, 2011

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bookshelves: doctor-who, science-fiction, audio

Although not as awesome as The Fearmonger, it's predecessor among Seventh Doctor audios, The Genocide proves to be really solid, and that's impressive considering I generally don't like Dalek stories. Sylvester McCoy is excellent as always, and the writer does a good job of showing the dark, menacing side of the Doctor that was developed heavily in McCoy's final season. Worthwhile listen.

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Matt Yeah I'm yet to find a Dalek story I'm more than lukewarm about. I think they're a bit generic in terms of plot lines. I'm more fond of the Cybermen, the Sontarans, the Silurians... heck, pretty much every OTHER recurring villain.

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