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Liberator Chronicles Relisten - 2.3 Wolf
trevor travis
trevor travis wrote:

OK so we've got:

1. Servie as a child
2. Servie meeting Nyrron before "Solitary"
3. Servie, Cally and Nyrron sometime in Season B (which itself seems to contradict "Solitary" ).
4. Servie and Cally meeting again and retelling this.


And one more at the end Wink
 
trevor travis
OK, I'm not entirely sure if that makes sense, but Servie is nice and ruthless in this!
 
Travisina
Ooh, nice twist!
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
trevor travis
Travisina wrote:

Ooh, nice twist!


It is, isn't it? I'd forgotten it, simply because I remembered the powerful final scene instead!
 
Travisina
trevor travis wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Ooh, nice twist!


It is, isn't it? I'd forgotten it, simply because I remembered the powerful final scene instead!

And I'm at the end.
It's very dark, isn't it? And as ever, the pictures are even more graphic in audio, especially with such powerful performances and great sound fx. This is definitely more of a play than the 'enhanced audio book' style of volume 1.
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
Travisina
And on that note...

Thanks for organising these re-listens, TT! It's years since I heard this, and one forgets how very, very good they are.

Sorry for all the interruptions - it's been one of those evenings!
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trevor travis
Travisina wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Ooh, nice twist!


It is, isn't it? I'd forgotten it, simply because I remembered the powerful final scene instead!

And I'm at the end.
It's very dark, isn't it? And as ever, the pictures are even more graphic in audio, especially with such powerful performances and great sound fx. This is definitely more of a play than the 'enhanced audio book' style of volume 1.


Yes, it's a complex and dark tale. I'm glad that Jacs had chances to play a very dark Servie in several Libby Chronicles... I bet she loved doing that!
 
stormypetrel
trevor travis wrote:

Travisina wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Ooh, nice twist!


It is, isn't it? I'd forgotten it, simply because I remembered the powerful final scene instead!

And I'm at the end.
It's very dark, isn't it? And as ever, the pictures are even more graphic in audio, especially with such powerful performances and great sound fx. This is definitely more of a play than the 'enhanced audio book' style of volume 1.


Yes, it's a complex and dark tale. I'm glad that Jacs had chances to play a very dark Servie in several Libby Chronicles... I bet she loved doing that!

It was dark. Servie is definitely Not Nice, but she doesnít always bring it across quite as plainly as she did tonight! Iím enjoying getting round to listening to these now.
 
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