Director & Cast
|Starring||Terence Aselford, Mort Shelby, Karen Carbone, Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Richard Rohan, Michael Glenn, James Konicek, M B van Dorn, Eric Messner, David Coyne, Elisabeth Demery, Dylan Lynch, James Lewis, and Ken Jackson|
|Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by||Joshua Christiano|
|Dialogue Editors||Greg Reinfeld|
|Sound Designers||Greg Reinfeld and Brian Rogers|
|Cover Illustrator||Jahbulani Ori|
|Producers||Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman|
|Executive Producer||Anji Cornette|
Survivalist 10 : The Awakening (Posted on 8/25/2014)
- Lets get this out of the way.. BOOOOOOOOOO for the change to the voice of Paul Rubinstein. He doesn't sound "Jewish" anymore. Nothing against the actor now playing him, he's good, and has been good in alot of other Graphic audio titles, but he's a little southern for the character. That said, the rest of this book was full of excellent plot developments, that trust me, you will not have been able to see coming. Past the great sleep, the trek to the religious compound was well written and entertaining, and the new world is being fleshed out exactly as it should be. New development in this book, I'm now starting to really dislike John's wife. I get why she's upset, and it's well written, but what a party pooper.. This would be a 4 star book if not for the change to Paul's voice, but if you are a fan of the series, this is a must listen. The continuity in this series is really above and beyond..
Survivalist The Awakening (Posted on 6/6/2014)
- 500 Yrs has passed & Rourke and his family have slept as well. Are things any different, who else survives and what of the Eden project
Review (Posted on 5/23/2013)
The audio production is as superb as ever. The only problem is, if you've been listening to this series from the start, they changed the actor who does the voice of Paul Rubinstein.
I don't know the reason for the change, but it is a jarring one. His voice and manner is so completely different to the point that Paul Rubinstein comes across as an entirely different character. So, 5 stars for the story and the sound f/x and music, but 3 stars for the jarring change.