Injured and abandoned in the mountains, David encounters the peculiar Basileos, a strange native on the island, who offers help.
I mentioned in the previous episode, that I felt it had somewhat of a Francis Durbridge feel to it, it was all intrigue and mystery. This third part sees the shift, it's still a mystery, but it takes on a somewhat more fantasy feel, with some truly bizarre events. I'm wanting to know who the three charismatic figures are, and just what's going on with that money.
Who would have been foolish enough to assume that Basileos was silent, I can't imagine anyone casting Brain Blessed to be silent, it takes time, but he soon starts bellowing, I really enjoyed his presence here.
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