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Dragons' Wrath (audio story)

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Dragons' Wrath
Dragons Wrath audio cover
Adapted from: Dragons' Wrath
Main character(s): Bernice Summerfield
Main enemy: Mastrov, Romolo Nusek
Main setting: Stanturus Three, 2593
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Based on a novel by Justin Richards
Adapted for Audio by Jacqueline Rayner
Director: Ed Salt
Producer: Gary Russell
Post production: Toby Richards and Emily Baker
Cover by: Fred Gambino
Release details
Story number: 6
Release number: 6
Season/series: 1
Release date: September 2000
Format: 1 CD - 2 Parts
ISBN 1-903654 033
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Dragons' Wrath was the sixth and final audio story published by Big Finish Productions in the first series of their Bernice Summerfield series. It was the final Big Finish adaptation of a Virgin New Adventures novel until 2012's Love and War.

Unlike the previous adaptions, this story was only a single CD while the five earlier stories were each two CDs.

Publisher's summary Edit

The warlord Gamaliel from the legendary Knights of Jeneve captured The Gamalian Dragon, ­ a jewel-encrusted statuette, after the Battle of Bocaro. It is now sought by Romolo Nusek, apparently Gamaliel's descendant, to prove his right to assume his ancestor's mantle as ruler of the Sector.

When Benny joins a group seeking to find the legendary stauette, she hs a secret. No one can possibly find one on Stanturus because she's already carrying it ­ left for her by a murdered colleague.

The trouble is, the expedition does find one and, as a result, most of them are mysteriously slaughtered. Benny realises she and historian Nicholas Clyde must discern the traitor in their midst. Could it be Gilder, the obsequious administrator from Benny's own university? Could it be Truby Kamadrich, the famous archaeologist? Or might it be the bizarre librarian Reddick, who never leaves Nusek's vaults, protected by an inhospitable volcano?

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Notes Edit

  • This audio story was recorded on 7 September 1999.
  • The story introduces the new theme tune for the Bernice Summerfield audios, featuring lyrics such as "Adventure is my name, Adventure is my game...".

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