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11 : Time Nomads

by James Axler
May 1, 2006
6 Hours
Ages 18+
In the blasted heart of the new America, Ryan Cawdor and his band of warrior-survivalists search for hidden caches of food, weapons and technology-the legacy of a pre-holocaust society-stashed in lonely outposts known as redoubts.

When Ryan ingests bacteria-infested food, he lies near death-his body paralyzed but his mind traveling rapidly back to his early days in the Deathlands...moving through the southwest on post-nuke vehicles called warwags...and his run-in with the Baron.

Towse, near what was once Albuquerque, is a ville in a freakishly beautiful landscape populated by scabbies and armed Apaches. Baron Alias Carson and his bejeweled wife, Sharona, welcome Ryan, J.B. Dix and the Tracker to their treacherous world.

In the Deathlands the past is a dream. The future is a nightmare.

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Director & Cast

Director Richard Rohan
Starring Richard Rohan, Terance Aselford, Colleen Delany, Nanette Savard, David Coyne, Delores King Williams, Ken Jackson, Christopher Graybill, Karen Carbone, Thomas Penny, Mort Shelby and Casey Jones
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Mort Shelby
Dialogue Editors Nathan Debord and Johann Dettweiler
Sound Designers Bryan Patton and Johann Dettweiler
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Additional Original Music Bryan Patton, Matt Webb, Chris Rohan and Nathanial Perry
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


book 11 by Michael (Posted on 6/5/2018)
I love the Deathlands I find the Series entertaining and easy to listen to.
I liked most of it. by Christopher (Posted on 10/11/2017)
I liked seeing more of the days of Trader, I sort of wish we could have seen more of those days. But I thought a few things were forced to just push the story along.
Favorite by nicole (Posted on 11/4/2016)
This is my favorite episode yet. It really is a stroy in your mind. Dont want to give anything away but its a must buy!
Time Nomads by Joseph (Posted on 9/8/2016)
Awesome book and I like how you got to hear about Ryan Cawdor past!a definite book to get!
DEATHLANDS 11 : Time Nomads by Julius (Posted on 6/19/2016)
Never get tired of these books.
Time Nomards by Linda (Posted on 4/18/2016)
He found him self a outpost in Albuquerque. Eat some bad food dreams younger day's. Shoran seduced him.
Sound Issues by Bob (Posted on 3/1/2016)
I hate to give this one a low review & it is not due to the story. I think the equalizer was off on this one. Normally, the narrator's voice is always loud & clear no matter what, but in this title, during gun fights & intense situations, I could not hear what was being said. I have never had this problem before & I always download the high quality version.
book #11 by ronald (Posted on 7/18/2015)
i have enjoyed most so far but i did not like this book
Deathlands 11- Time Nomads by Grant (Posted on 6/25/2015)
An interesting break from the story line and a good revisit with some of the old cast.
If you like the stories with Trader and the War Wags, this one is for you.
Slickman The Man by Larry (Posted on 2/16/2015)
Ok this is a book where Ryan dreams bake in time and you get to know more about his it a ok book not the best but still good to listen to
A Break, or a Set Up? by Vann (Posted on 10/2/2014)
This one comes across as a break in the story line at first, but then you realize by the end, James Axler has something in mind for this...something later. The normal excellence in this production is only reduced by the truly lack-luster job of the motorcycle sounds. Other "wags" suffer the same issue but for some reason it is glaring with the motorcycle engine.
Deathlands Time Nomads by Steven (Posted on 6/5/2014)
Great background story about Ryan and J.B. Dix's early days with the Trader
Review by Bill Fluty (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I'm relatively new to DL, never having read any of the books, and just starting to listen to the GA adaptations a couple of years ago. I only now getting up to #11 TIME NOMADS. Generally, I like the DL series and the basic transmat concept that drives the stories. This one just didn't seem to have any punch to it, though. It felt like one of those tv shows where the main character's life is in jeopardy, and all the friends stand around and reminisce. Except here it's Ryan dreaming of a past epidsode when he was still running with Trader. I realize the backstory explains the next revelation regarding his son, but it seemed like a long road to take. Or maybe I just don't find the days with Trader very interesting.

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