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Deathlands
112 : Dark Fathoms

by James Axler
Nov 1, 2013
5 Hours
5
978-1-62851-012-6
Ages 18+
No place on Earth escaped the nuclear Armageddon that spawned the hellscape known as Deathlands. In a ravaged world where violence and lawlessness rule, a rare breed of hero has emerged. Ryan Cawdor is a lethal fighter who lives by a code of honor and fair play, and that has made him a legend....

Miles beneath the ocean's surface, a decaying redoubt barely protects Ryan and his companions from a watery death. Battling vicious assaults from cyborgs programmed by artificial intelligence to kill them, they're desperate to escape this underwater trap. But above the waves a new threat awaits: a massive predark super ship banished to the seas of Deathlands. Decades of madness have led to civil war between the citizens of the upper and lower decks. Now pawns in a bloody game, Ryan and the other survivors must destroy the ship or face their certain end at sea.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Colleen Delany, Delores King Williams, Jonathan Watkins, Tim Pabon, Kenyatta Rogers, Gary Telles, Nora Achrati, Scott McCormick, Gregory Gorton, Danny Gavigan, Eric Messner, Tim Getman, Matthew Bassett, Lily Beacon, Nick DePinto, Tony Nam, and Jeff Allin
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Additional Original Music Nathanial Perry
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Great one by brian (Posted on 10/9/2016)
What more could you ask for? Two adventures in one story. Marvelous
Great Book by Larry (Posted on 1/11/2015)
I have to say i really enjoyed this book and keep me interested all the way thru top the end which is what you are looking for in a good audio book
Hmm Which is worse PreDark Underwater Lab with Crazy AI or Power Hungry Cruise Ship Captain by Robert (Posted on 7/12/2014)
Hmm Which is worse PreDark Underwater Lab with Crazy AI or Power Hungry Cruise Ship Captain.

This was a pretty decent deathlands book. I personally felt they may have tried to pack to much into this one story, this is pretty much 2 short stories in one but hey if you love crazy artificial intelligence or a inbred cruze director then this one is for you!
GraphicAudio Rocks by Jeff, GraphicAudio Fan (Posted on 7/10/2014)
One hundred miles from land, a mile beneath the surface, on the bottom of the Sea.. the Totality Project continues; Mildred panic's !

"Mildred, way to go for pulling yourself together; I feel for you Girl."

GraphicAudio Rocks !
Deathlands #112 Dark Fathoms by Steven (Posted on 6/19/2014)
Ryan & his companions are trapped in a decaying undersea redoubt. With the Mat Trans not functioning, they are at the mercy of the controlling computer AI which is still blindly following instructions from it's long dead superiors. Finally reaching the ocean surface by escape pod, their rescue by a massive ship is by no means safety at last.
Dark fathom by robert (Posted on 6/13/2014)
It's hard to follow them in this story kind of bounces around
DARK FATHOMS by karl (Posted on 1/17/2014)
Think could have made this into two books first part of story and second part both were good but didn't feel like they went together was still good, just needed more on both ends but still good
Very good, but ... by James (Posted on 1/9/2014)
I have bought and listened to every Deathlands. I buy 6-7 other titles from Graphic Audio also but Deathlands rules.

Deathlands 112 Dark Fathoms was very good, as always but far from the best. (I still think that Deathlands 0 has been the very best with 100 next.

Deathlands 112 : Dark Fathoms by robert (Posted on 11/1/2013)
This was like two books in one, so for your 13$ you're getting two stories.

The good: The first story was pretty good, unique setting, and excellent premise which unfortunately the author didn't spend enough time fleshing out. It could have been the whole story, and while good, could have been great.

The bad: The second story falls flat really fast, the group is divied up in a completely contrived manner, the bad guys are generic cookie cutter, and the whole thing wraps up rather oddly. In usual deathlands style, the team has thier equipment either taken away, and given back fully intact shortly after, or gets to hang onto it as prisoners for no good reason, which is starting to tick me off.

The author (if there weren't two and they just pieced together two stories too short to be thier own books) should have just fleshed out the first story all the way, and skipped the second.

Something that's starting to bug me about the most recent stories is that poor Jak never gets any time anymore, other than to be a punching bag for the enemy (he gets captured or pummeled too often to advance a plot point). He's never been incredibly talkative, but used to have some really good one liners, and there were some good stories with way more Jak to them. Frigging Ricky is getting more time than Jak, and bit characters (ex: Michael Brothers) never got more time than Jak before, equal sometimes, but not more.

The graphic audio treatment of the stories is excellent, esp the first undersea story, they make it all really believeable, and the character actors are excellent as always.

It's worth a purchase, esp for the first story, but don't expect miracles out of the writing of the second story. Story one would have been a 4 star story, on it's own, 5 if fleshed out, story two pulls the whole thing down to 3 stars, and it's all about the writing, not the GA treatment.

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