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Deathlands
53 : Savage Armada

by James Axler
Jan 1, 2005
7 Hours
6
978-1-933059-64-8
Ages 18+
A nuclear apocalypse almost destroyed Western civilzation in 2001, leaving in its place the forbidding world of Deathlands. Though the human spirit has not been broken, the new rules of survival are harsh and barbaric. As barons fight for power in a savage new America, power is claimed with the salvaged arsenals of a predark world: weapons, gasoline and those willing to kill.

The Marshall islands, once the testing grounds for twentieth-century weapons of mass destruction, remains pervesely beautiful. But the infested waters become the battleground for looting pirates and sec men in still-functional navy PT boats, all driven by greed and madness to plunder the predark caches of science and technology hidden in the islands. Ryan Cawdor and his band emerge in this perilous waterworld, caught in a grim fight to unlock the secrets of the past.

(The SkyDark Chronicles - 1 of 3)
 

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Director & Cast

Director Richard Rohan
Starring Barrett Whitener, Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Colleen Delany, Nanette Savard, David Elias, Thomas Penny, Cate Torre and Mort Shellby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Bill Campbell
Dialogue Editors Dan Sondak
Sound Designers Bryan Patton and Dan Sondak
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

53 by nicole (Posted on 11/21/2016)
Always a great story from this author. Never disappointed
Disappointed by gmann (Posted on 10/26/2015)
This narrator is absolutely terrible. (He's only the narrator for this book only)
savage Armada by jason (Posted on 5/26/2015)
I agree with most of the peoplewho have left reviews on this story the narrator was terrible on this book I own all of the graphic audio of the Deathly and series there is one other book that has a different narrator and that one is terrible to please leave the original voice of Richard Rohan do the narrating on these stories it would be a mistake to change it after so many good stories
sorry but no by Larry (Posted on 4/19/2015)
i am sorry but the narrator was not a good match i have only listen to this book once
deathlander by Jack (Posted on 7/5/2014)
At first I didn't like the narrator. But the more I think about it the more I liked his voice. Not really monotone just different. Give him a chance I think his voice added to the story.
Deasthlands Savage Armada by Steven (Posted on 6/6/2014)
The first in the trilogy, just great. The Mat Trans out of juice. Pirates, sailing ships, giant spiders and possibly no escape from The Marshall islands and the PT boat fleet out for their hides
horrible by Jakob (Posted on 5/10/2014)
I agree with the other reviews, the narrator made the book horrible with his monotone voice. I came close to not listening to the whole thing because of him, im just glad the normal voice was back for number 54.
Savage Armanda by Tracy (Posted on 2/11/2014)
Narrator sounds like a robot, but still an ok book.
Savage Armada by Guy Idleman (Posted on 9/30/2013)
As with all Axler's Deathlands books the action was packed in every sentence. To bad the narrator was so monotone. where is Rohan on this one?
Review by Michael Langill (Posted on 5/23/2013)
The narrator for this book was very monotonous, almost to the point of not listening to the book.
Review by Steve A Maglio Sr (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Did not like the change in narrator for this book. the pace is too slow compared to how Richard Rohan reads the story
Review by Eric Koske (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I do not know who the narrator for this book was but his monotonous, plodding delivery is excrutiating. I find it difficult to ignore his clumsy enunciation and focus on the story.

I kept hoping that it was some gimmick of the story and that the *real* narration would begin soon.

I'm sorry I purchased this book without first knowing it would be this unpleasant.
Review by robert hir (Posted on 5/23/2013)
The narrator for this book is bad, but towards the second half of the book he talks alot less, and the characters alot more. You do need to make it through this book to enjoy the next two books in the trilogy, which all together are really good.

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