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[James Goss] ↠´ Torchwood [airships PDF] Read Online ✓ Spoilers for CoE And then spoilers in review for the audioplay.
I am so, so torn about reviewing this one I love that we get one look at Ianto s past and get the moment between Jack and Ianto It was sweet and sad and made me cry and yet the plot holes to keep Ianto dead were just so huge I know they didn t want to bring him back but they could have Why, oh, why did they need anyone to remain back with those rocks They could could have just left them and ran Five stars for great emotional moments and adding some great info on Ianto s past Four stars given because, if Goss wasn t mandated to keep Ianto dead by the powers that be we could have had Ianto back.
A medium possessed by a malevolent entity uses it s power to help contact the dead Jack meets up with the ghost of Ianto and has to choose between him and destroying the entity.
I think this is the first audio that ever made me cry My only niggle is that I wanted and would have loved a longer story for this with on the entity and the seance side of things As it stands that gets kind of over shadowed by the emotional drama But what emotional drama Jack Ianto fans cannot afford to miss this one I loved it Sniff.
Tengo feelings Muchos y variados feelings Jack who s dead I don t think I m actually capable of writing a review for this one I ll just say that in my opinion, it leaves a lot of opportunities, since the Rift closed and Ianto was on the other end of it Considering that the Rift could take you in another time planet universe all of the above, there s still hope for him, I think.
Golden Age The Lost FilesThe House of the Dead, heartbreak .
What a way to warp it up This one blew the other radio play episodes out of the water I have to admit that my initial reaction was that this was just another typical entry in these radio plays, but there are some twists at the end that really took me off guard and well I was brought to tears I m not kidding here This is definitely the best of the bunch at least so far and it even ranks well against many of the better Torchwood episodes.
The House of the Dead is one of the most iconic, beloved and in some ways crucial installments to the Doctor Who Torchwood universe outside the filmed material James Goss is always reliable in bringing innovative stories to the beloved franchise, and this is definitely one of his finest works.
Featuring Jack, Ianto and Gwen, the story takes us to a mysterious if potentially clich d setting an old pub where a allegedly psychic woman holds sessions where she can resurrect the dead What is actually going on and why is Jack acting so strange The story is told from Ianto s point of view, and is rich in tone and engrossing in its perfect pacing The book is indeed haunted in so many meanings of the word, chillingly suspenseful and meaningfully sad If there is a must read for a Torchwood fan not into reading all of the books, then this is it Believe me, it will make the whol The brewery have called time and it s the last night at The House of the Dead the most haunted pub in Wales Barry the barman has invited renowned psychic, Mrs Wintergreen, to hold a special seance to mark the occasion, and there s a big crowd hoping for the chance of seeing their deceased loved ones for one last time But when Jack arrives on the scene, he s determined to stop them Ianto is puzzled by Jack s behaviour, and Gwen is suspicious Why is Jack acting so strangely Then the ghosts start arriving and all hell breaks loose It may just be that it is a long time since I ve watched any of the series, so I ve forgotten a lot of the canon events, but this story was full of surprise twists for me, and I loved it.