'I think it’s safe to say that The Two Masters may be my favourite ever Doctor Who story, in any medium.' 101% Gallifrey Archive
'Up there with the best Big Finish main range stories, this conclusion to the Master trilogy is suitably epic... director Jamie Anderson keeps a firm hand on things... The scenes between Beevers and Macqueen are everything you’ve hoped for...' 10/10 Sci-Fi Bulletin
'A fantastic story that’s packed to the roundel shaped rafters with action, treachery, betrayal, sabotage, dastardly apocalyptic schemes and bang on target classic Doctor Who cliff-hangers.' Mass Movement.
The future is dying. All over the universe, gaps are beginning to appear. From the space lanes terrorised by the rag-tag remnants of the once-mighty Rocket Men, to the empire of the Gorlans, stricken by a terrible civil war. Gaps in space/time, portents of the end of everything.
Only three beings might prevent it. The Doctor, a renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey. The Master, another renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey. And another Master, yet another renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey.
One Doctor. Two Masters. What could possibly go wrong?