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Summary

The Tardis lands on Phobos, moon of Mars, where extreme sports nuts of the future indulge their passion for gravity boarding and wormhole jumping. But there's something lurking in the shadows - something infinitely old and infinitely dangerous.

It's not for nothing that phobos is the ancient word for 'fear'....

Written by Eddie Robson. Directed by Barnaby Edwards.

©2007 Big Finish Productions (P)2007 Big Finish Productions

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"...delivers an interesting debate on the advantages, and the monstrous cost, of eternal life." (Starburst)

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  • Emily
  • 08-10-18

Really Enjoyable

I really enjoyed this audiobook, and I think its much better than the previous installment. I love the relationship developing between the Doctor and Lucie, and I think that the both of them are narrated brilliantly. The plot itself was a bit cheesy, but still enjoyable. It was really good.

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