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Deathlands
85 : Dark Resurrection

by James Axler
Sep 1, 2009
6 Hours
6
978-1-59950-588-6
Ages 18+
Post-nuclear America has changed little since the primal leveling of the twenty-first century. Warrior survivalists Ryan Cawdor and his band live by a code that honors the kind of absolute freedom only a raw frontier can provide. Until rumors of a wider, more prosperous world than the Deathlands thriving deep in Mexico, untouched by the nukecaust, lure them into uncharted waters...

Captured by the pirate foot soldiers of the mysterious Lords of Death, Ryan Cawdor and his companions sail into a surreal world where electric lights blaze but blood terror reigns. In Veracruz, Mexico, Ryan is marked for slaughter, his effigy linked to an ancient deity. Helpless, Krysty, Dix and the others await a horrifying fate at the hands of white coats manipulating pre-dark plague warfare. As the Lords of Death unleash their demonic vision, hop-for Ryan, the others and nascent civilization-appears irrevocably lost.In the Deathlands, there''s always something to fight for: one last chance.

(Empire of Xibalba - 2 of 2)
 

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Thomas Penny, Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Delores King Williams, Colleen Delany, Steven Carpenter, Michael John Casey andy Clemence, Nanette Savard, David Coyne, Lily Beacon, Nathan Bennet, Mort Shelby, Dylan Lynch, Ken Jackson, Christopher Graybill and Jonathan Watkins
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Shirl Hayes
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler
Sound Designers Johann Dettweiler, Greg Reinfeld and Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

85 by Tracy (Posted on 2/13/2017)
I never liked it when they change the narrator but this one was better then expected. And I would have never expected that ending but I'm not sure if I like or not. Anyone else get a predator vibe?
85 by nicole (Posted on 12/4/2016)
A good listen.
interesting change of narrator by brian (Posted on 12/12/2015)
warning new narrator, however, I liked him the more I listened to it. loved the story and the ending was interesting to say the least.
2nd of 2 books by Larry (Posted on 7/25/2015)
gook book keep me interested to the end
Narrator switch by Alex Garrison (Posted on 10/24/2014)
This is one of the few DL books that picks up EXACTLY where the previous one left off. Switching to a (IMO) less fitting narrator in the middle was a little off-putting.
85 by Jack (Posted on 8/18/2014)
I actually truly enjoyed the reader it was a cool change. I think he did a excellent job and was easy to understand.
harmonica tom was awesome. As was Ryans look alike.
Dark resurrection by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
Story seamed a little different. But was good
Deathlands #85 Dark Resurrection by Steven (Posted on 6/10/2014)
Ryan & the others are enslaved and carried off to South America, destined to be infected and turned into disease carriers. All this controlled by a hidden alien presence.
Review by john berns (Posted on 5/23/2013)
i changed my rating of this because the story was good, but i would have rated it 5 stars instead of 3 stars if Richard had done the narration. he has done most of the series anyways.



the feeling of "being on the edge" is lost when he is not doing the narration.

not to take away from the new guy here, his other titles are excellent but Richard makes the deathland series. just like if GA had Richard do Doomsday warrior it would have lost its impact.



GA i would have gladly waited another 6 months for Richard to do this one.
Review by Eric Koske (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I have to agree with the previous commenter. The narrator for this story (Thomas Penny?) really sounded like he was trying to hard. His deliver style would be great for a character in the story, but for the narrator himself, it gets tedious over time.

It sounded as if he was trying to emphasize every verb and noun in the entire narrative.

"Rapture. *THIS* was the *LAP* of *LUXURY*. A *CELL* with a *FLUSH* *TOILET* and a *CEILING* *TALL* enough for him to *STAND* *UP* in. "

...for *SIX* *WHOLE* *HOURS*.

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