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Deathlands
118 : Blood Red Tide

by James Axler
Nov 1, 2014
6 Hours
5
978-1-62851-103-1
Ages 18+
In a nuclear wasteland where death and destruction are the norm, Ryan Cawdor and his fellow survivors seek out refuge while looking to one another for protection. Civilization no longer exists in the barren Deathlands. There is only the will to survive and the dim hope of a promised land.

Taken captive on a ship in the former Caribbean, Ryan and his companions must work as part of the crew or perish at the hands of the captain. But the mutant in charge of the vessel is the least of their worries. Each day is a struggle as they face rivalry among the sailors, violent attacks and deadly storms. Worse, a powerful enemy is hunting the ship to destroy everyone on board. Fighting for their lives and those of their shipmates, the companions must find unity within the chaos or die in the attempt.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Colleen Delany, Delores King Williams, Tim Pabon, Jefferson A. Russell, Scott McCormick, Patrick Bussink, Michael Glenn, James Konicek, Andy Clemence, David Coyne, Alyssa Wilmoth, Bradley Smith, Nanette Savard, Dylan Lynch, Ken Jackson, Dawn Ursula, Lily Beacon, Kenyatta Rogers, Nick DePinto, Christopher Graybill, David Harris, Jacob Yeh and Christopher Scheeren
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Nathanial Perry
Dialogue Editors John Glennon and Brian Rogers
Sound Designers John Glennon and Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Driver by Alfred (Posted on 2/7/2017)
Awesome action it show ryan as a real man.
Awesome by brian (Posted on 10/23/2016)
The book is great at making you love some of the characters after you first hated them.
118 : Blood Red Tide by Glenn (Posted on 9/14/2016)
Excellent. Great story , engaging characters, and as others have stated a side of Ryan not often seen. This rivals some of the best episodes of the series. A must have.
BLOOD RED TIDE by DAVID (Posted on 4/13/2016)
Being a retired Navy man I found this very interesting and exciting. I listened to this early in my Deathlands career and was not surprised when I found it was another Chuck Rogers book. It set a high standard leading to disappointment when I went back to some of the earlier books.
118 Blood Red Tide: Is one of the very best, of this, or any other series!! by Devlin (Posted on 12/21/2015)
One of the best yet. I think they had to edit for time and that's too bad. If there was ever one that deserved a sixth CD/chapter, it was this one.
One of the best episodes ever! by Anderson (Posted on 12/17/2015)
Besides the complete lack of Jack in this one, it is a great overall story. Highly recommend it!
Johnny by John (Posted on 9/16/2015)
This was by far my favorite of all time!! The story grabbed hold of you and wouldn't let go. Couldn't stop listening. It was like seeing a different side of Ryan, one with more compassion to strangers than he usually for any one other than his companions. A great book!!!
Kind Words of Encouragement by JEFF GraphicAudioFan (Posted on 7/4/2015)
The strangest thing happened !

Shortly after listening to this release of Deathlands -118 : Blood Red Tide, I found myself offering kind words of encouragement.
There I was, listening to a stranger speak of her troubled life, and out came the words !
It happened so fast - I opened my mouth and the kind encouraging words just rolled off my tongue.
Without even thinking it was all said and done, and for a second I felt like I was standing in the middle of the room with all eyes upon me .. the whole experience felt odd and unusual !?

Yes..I would like to do it again :-)

I believe it is true, "We are influenced by our surroundings, and the people in our lives."

During this Deathlands episode, Ryan, on several occasions, offers kind encouraging words. And I believe it was this example of humanity that influenced my actions.

Thanks once again GraphicAudio for the great entertainment, and positive influence !
Blood Red Tide by Clyde (Posted on 6/9/2015)
Of all the nautical themed episodes in this series, Blood Red Tide is by far the best. Ryan and friends find themselves press ganged aboard a renamed USS Constitution, and though atfirst resentful they soon find themselves tied to the ship and the crew. The Author did an amazing job with this title.
Best book so far by jonathan (Posted on 6/3/2015)
This is with out a doubt my favorite book. Best one yet
Blood Red Tide by Jonathon (Posted on 4/8/2015)
This is a great story from start to finish it is full of action and adventure. Very well written and keeps you enthralled! Really enjoyed this edition and the whole series.
Deathlands 118 : Blood Red Tide by robert (Posted on 3/21/2015)
This is not a typical Deathlands title, the author takes this one in a completely unique direction that you don't see coming if you're a long term Deathlands fan. The author does not take a "check out the characters, do a story, and check them back in as you checked them out" kinda thing which is prevalent in a majority of other Deathlands titles. He takes the opportunity to reference other books, he separates the characters from some of the gear they've had forever, he puts them in situations they have never been in before. My honest opinion, this book, despite being very different (and that's a good thing) from every other Deathlands book I've ever listened to, is 98% perfect. The story, minus two small points, is engaging through and through, very VERY funny, very action packed, has some VERY unique characters, and is a you don't want to stop listening once you start sort of thing. The Author only, in my opinion, flubbed two small points in the story. First, the very beginning how he pulls the characters into situation, little contrived, could have been done better, second, and last, the end battle, he completely missed an opportunity to have Kristy rage out and take down the giant Korean Pirate, and overall the ending battle was too Ryan focused, and all the other characters got little to no attention, and then it wraps up very quickly, and leaves you wondering what happened to everyone, esp Mr Squid. One again, two small points in an otherwise next to perfect story. You want to turn someone onto Deathlands, this is the one to turn them to... it deserves 6 headphones..
Deathlands 118 by Don (Posted on 2/14/2015)
I haven't listened to this one yet. If it's up to standards, it will be fantastic. I plan to buy it today.

I wanted to Commaent that the cover picture of Ryan Caudor strongly reminds me of Kurt Russell in Escape from New York. Great work.
blood red tide by mike (Posted on 1/3/2015)
great book, didn't see that one Cumming
Deathlands 118 by Jakob (Posted on 12/17/2014)
This book was decent, not the best one I listened to but by far not the worst either. I also am curious if Mr Squid will ever return.
Deathlands #118 Blood Red Tide by JOHN (Posted on 12/13/2014)
Hands down the best death lands yet. Definitely a nice break from the normal death lands travels. Good plot/story and lots of action.
Slickman The Man by Larry (Posted on 12/9/2014)
this is a good story with the sea as the back ground and i this the story line was well done so far ever death lands book the had the ocean as its back ground has always been a good book to listing to .
Wow! A Home Run! by Tad (Posted on 12/4/2014)
I've listened to all 118 Deathlands stories, many more than once, and I'd have to say that this was one of the best-crafted, and best-acted episodes in the entire series. Chuck Rogers has now penned three great Deathlands tales, including Hell Road Warriors, Blood Harvest (remember the cave-dwelling vampire Night Walkers?) and now Blood Red Tide. Great imaginative use of the usual characters, and some really good newcomers (love Mr. Squid...) Great direction by Nanette Savard, and the GA actors seem to really embrace a great script. The series is in good hands!
DEATHLANDS 118 : Blood Red Tide by David (Posted on 11/20/2014)
This one makes in into my top 10 list. Great story! A nonstop roller coaster ride.
Deathlands by Mike (Posted on 11/13/2014)
Amazing series addictive can't stop
WOW! Top 10% for sure! by Armand (Posted on 10/30/2014)
I am a Deathlands addict, have them all. This story is superb in all ways. I rate it in the top 10% of all Deathlands books! Everything great!

OUTSTANDING story and composition!

8-)

(I just wonder what happened to Mr. Squid....will he join the team???) 8-P
Blood red tide by robert (Posted on 10/29/2014)
The squid thing was kind of strange also liked the big birds they were neat liked it when they found the stuff that was in the village how important the little things are like toilet paper
DEATHLANDS 118 : Blood Red Tide by Jimmie (Posted on 10/24/2014)
Great listening :)
Deathlands #118 Blood Red Tide by Steven (Posted on 10/21/2014)
A good old fashioned sea story, Argh. Pressed into service on a sailing vessel the companions, who have been out to sea once or twice really live the experience of being under sail with all it's wonders & discomforts including being undermanned & pursued by pirates. Makes them kind of long for the Deathlands, at least the dangers there are somewhat familiar if not deadly.

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