Torchwood: Asylum (英語) CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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When PC Andy Davidson arrests a young girl for shoplifting, he thinks it’s going to be a routine case. That is, until he sees that she is carrying a gun. The girl is soaking wet, covered in mud, and the weapon is like nothing he’s ever seen before. He knows that this is a case for Torchwood... The team discovers that the girl is called Freda, but can find out nothing else. Yet when she speaks, it’s a strange mix of English and Icelandic, but with a Cardiff accent. While Jack and Ianto check out the girl’s weapon and her blood sample at the Hub, Gwen and PC Andy take Freda to a safe house. But when Jack calls with the results – and Freda goes on the run – PC Andy finds his world turning upside down. Written specially for BBC Radio by Anita Sullivan, Asylum stars John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper, Gareth David-Lloyd as Ianto Jones and Tom Price as PC Andy Davidson. Contains adult themes and language.
1 CD. 44 mins.
"a refreshing and captivating story. The performances – particularly those of Myles and Price – are absolutely fantastic, the standard of the whole production is superb, and the story itself satiated with a lot of heart, and a lot of humour." (E. G. Wolverson http://www.doctorwhoreviews.co.uk)商品の説明をすべて表示する
and looking out for each other. Good quality audio with all your favorite voices.
A very good listen.
This is the second in the series. A mysterious teenage girl is found shoplifting, and she has an unusual gun with properties not found in guns on earth. She has a Cardiff accent, but uses unusual slang. They eventually figure her out, but she presents an unusual problem for the team, and they don't know what to do with her. The story lets Gwen shine, and unusually, Andy (her partner from the police force) has is in the foreground and shows he has a heart. The story is touching and I would say unusual, though I find that Torchwood stories tend not to follow a pattern and each tend to be unique.
Unlike the first radio play CD, there are no extras (interviewing the cast about Torchwood etc), but it is worth a listen. Your library may have it.