But things don't always go as expected it's been over twenty years since she chose to leave the Doctor. She's got a job, mates... a life.
Meanwhile her friend, Katherine Chambers, makes a decision that could change all their lives, and Tegan discovers that you can never really escape the past....Continua
As part of a trilogy of which I only have this segment, I wasn't really sure how to vote this one. In the end I decided that, since it was not advertised as the middle episode of a trilogy but rather as the only audio book ever to feature Tegan again, I gave it a "So-so". The story is good but is weighed down by the connections and tie-ins with the other two episodes; Tegan is not relevant to the plot at all and doesn't really do much at all except whine (and please don't say it was all she did in the series anyway :)).
In the end it's an average Doctor Who story, but a total failure as the Tegan episode that everyone was waiting for.