The Memory Box, by Jonathan Morris

This is the pilot episode for a new (well, new-ish now) Big Finish range featuring Chase Masterson as interstellar bounty-hunter Vienna Salvatore, who ruthlessly kills anyone who discovers her name and previously featured in the last story of the Drashani trilogy. It’s rather good. Masterson takes her character and turns her into a classic BF performance; the story has the brilliant concept of memories that can be locked in a “memory box” and released if the correct passphrase is invoked, which leads to a brilliantly complex plot with overtones of Phil Dick paranoia. I have a huge backlog of BF audios at the moment but I shall get onto the other Vienna stories at some point, with enthusiasm.

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1 Response to The Memory Box, by Jonathan Morris

  1. mieronna says:

    Got a C2 in German and English, unsurprisingly. The German test is painfully awkward in some places (and there are a few… let’s say not quite correct right answers) and the whole German version of the site is riddled with auto-translation mistakes, it’s so bad it’s actually hilarious… I wondered if the French and Spanish versions are equally bad, I don’t know either language well enough to judge.

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