Doctor Who: Scaredy Cat

Doctor Who: Scaredy Cat

Will Shindler / Jan 16, 2021

Doctor Who Scaredy Cat Yaranaa it means literally the soul of the vengeful those whose lives have been cut short early and died with empty hearts Millennia ago the people of the planet Caludaar pledged never to set foot o

  • Title: Doctor Who: Scaredy Cat
  • Author: Will Shindler
  • ISBN: 9781844351602
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Yaranaa it means literally, the soul of the vengeful those whose lives have been cut short early and died with empty hearts Millennia ago, the people of the planet Caludaar pledged never to set foot on their sister planet Endarra But what secrets does the planet hold There are laws even the Doctor won t break And while C rizz learns that some tragedies can t be a Yaranaa it means literally, the soul of the vengeful those whose lives have been cut short early and died with empty hearts Millennia ago, the people of the planet Caludaar pledged never to set foot on their sister planet Endarra But what secrets does the planet hold There are laws even the Doctor won t break And while C rizz learns that some tragedies can t be averted, Charley must decide who the enemy actually is.For death walks on Endarra, and this time she won t be denied.

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    859 Comments

    1. An okay audio play. A bit confusing at times, but I think it attempted some good moral lessons. It's good to see more emphasis on C'rizz's murderous nature and how important the Doctor is as a friend.


    2. Wow, people aren't fond of this one at all, are they? I for one think that it's a solid adventure, well paced and with all the elements of a good Doctor Who story. The plot is great, really enticing stuff. The use of the morphogenetic fields theory (which is a real thing and I always found fascinating) if not ground-breaking, is at the very least ingenious. I really like the sci-fi concepts at work on this one. The characters are competent, although a little on the predictable side. The main ant [...]


    3. Scaredy Cat was probably one of the most disappointing audios I have listened to, and one of the few eighth doctor audios I genuinely did not enjoy. The only parts that were able to grasp my attention were part 2 and 4, and even those were not great. The idea was great, and could have worked out much better if they had worked on the script and plot a lot more. It feels similar to The Twilight Kingdom but with even less interesting characters, and it's one of the only times I feel Paul McGann and [...]


    4. Wow. Am I the only one who liked this? I love it when the planet wins. Hmmm. To each their own I guess.



    5. Interesting story. The Doctor takes Charley and C'rizz to see a planet that is supposed to be a peaceful planet that no one is supposed to be on but murder and mayhem is going on. Can the doctor fix the problem which was started in the past?


    6. Death walks on Endarra and, a thousand years ago, the people of Caludaar vowed never to set foot on their sister planet. While the Eighth Doctor does not intend to break the law, his companions have their own demons to grapple with.


    7. I'm afraid Scaredy Cat didn't leave much impression on me (and I've listened to it twice). It is in keeping with the duller end of the earlier Eighth Doctor audios. Various conceptual entities get incarnated as personalities and the Doctor, Charley and C'rizz eventually clean up the mess.




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