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113 : Motherlode

by James Axler
Jan 1, 2014
5 Hours
Ages 18+
The cost of living disintegrated after America's nuclear cull, and a life in Deathlands-any life-is dirt cheap. But those few who manage to stay alive in the savage new reality must travel the hellgrounds any way they can. For Ryan Cawdor and his fellow survivors, that means denying the pull toward savagery, and clinging to what little humanity they have left, when they can afford it.

Desperately short of supplies, Ryan and his companions are forced to seek help at the prosperous-looking ville of Amity Springs. Hired on to retrieve a stolen relic, they quickly become caught up in an escalating power struggle between two strong-willed lady barons. Each woman covets the cache of predark goods buried in the ville's backyard. But they are not alone in their desire. And all that stands between a motherlode of buried bounty and the destructive power of unchecked greed is Ryan's grim determination to survive another day.The final frontier isn't in space...it's in Deathlands.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Delores King Williams, Colleen Delany, Tim Pabon, Nora Achrati, Tracy Lynn Olivera, James Konicek, Thomas Keegan, David Coyne, Kimberly Gilbert, Lily Beacon, Casie Platt, Michael John Casey, Tim Carlin, Ren Kasey, Thomas Penny, Michael Glenn, Christopher Graybill, Mort Shelby, Scott McCormick, Kenyatta Rogers, Elizabeth Jernigan, Eric Messner, Christopher Scheeren, Margie Tompros, Joe Brack and Matthew McGee
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Additional Original Music Nathanial Perry and Johann Dettweiler
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Good characters by brian (Posted on 10/9/2016)
Love the carnival stories, this one has awesome characters and a good plot.
Fear book on the + side by Larry (Posted on 9/19/2015)
This book is a cool one to have you will get a lot of entertain time out of it
Deathlands #113 Motherlode by Steven (Posted on 6/23/2014)
Basically a story of two female barons, fighting over territory that has valuable predark tech to be salvaged. Ryan & friends are hired on too recover some stolen tech and end in a full scale war when a third party of vicious bikers enter the scene and it's hard to tell who is right & wrong, who is double crossing who.
Mother lode by robert (Posted on 6/13/2014)
Love the series keep them coming
113 by Kelly (Posted on 6/7/2014)
Another good deathlands I am a little disappointed though it seems like the stories are getting shorter. Outlanders also seems to average 4 or 5 hours. The stories are still better than any other audio books.
Meh... by Tad (Posted on 3/21/2014)
Let me start by saying that I listen to GA audiobooks when I'm running, about 5-6 hours/wk, and I like DL stories the best because the action gets my adrenaline going. That said, this story bogged down a bit in the middle. I liked the characters of the two Baronesses, but their connection was never made very clear. Another nice bit of fun with the Doc Tanner character, who is the Cary Grant-esque ladies man of the Companions, but not a lot of action. Just OK.
113 : Motherlode by David (Posted on 3/11/2014)
This one Made it into my top 10 Favorite Deathlands books! awesome story!
113 : Motherlode by John (Posted on 3/3/2014)
I enjoyed the storyline. Not as "Heavy" in bad guy action but the plot twists with the Lady barons kept me surprised and guessing! LOL
I felt Mildred was overly being put down by Ryan. That surprised me! I thought Ryan must have been on the "Rag"! LOL
As a side note my hearing and memory are a little deficient due to age so with SOOO many characters and voices I tend to loose track of the characters being introduced into the story...
113 motherload by Jesse (Posted on 2/24/2014)
totally awesome
Deathlands 113 Motherload by matthew (Posted on 2/21/2014)
This book pits Ryan and friend against the interest of two female barons.
lots of surprises and plot twists .
A very good one by James (Posted on 2/9/2014)
I've purchased all 113 Deathlands titles that have been made to this point. This book is definitely in the upper 20% of them. I enjoyed the story ala A Fistful Of Dollars by Sergio Leone. The production, as always was top notch. Richard Rohan proves again why he is the very best narrator in the business.

I have bought every Destroyer, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Eagles, Templar Chronicles, Robert McCammon, World of Lupi, Nuclear Bombshell and parts of several other portions of series but Deathlands is most definitely the "tent pole"'series in Graphic Audio's arsenal.

I only wish that GA could produce a new Deathlands title every month rather than once a quarter or so.

(PS. Bring back some new Destroyer titles!)
Deathlands 113 by traci (Posted on 1/15/2014)
I love the series. This one is a little lack luster but still has some excitment. In the past few they have fallen off from the intensity level a little. 113 was great to listen to as all of deathlands. Just needed more to the story. It jumped around too much.
review by ray (Posted on 1/9/2014)
I love GA and the production on this episode is great , voice acting is great, production is great, but i didn't like the story.. It boggles the mind that GA doesn't have more videos on youtube to show everyone how awesome they are, Maybe
GA doesn't understand that you don't actually need a Video per say. Any video editor will let you input a Sound track and then encode a video without actually having a video... I've done it as have many other people have. easy to do.. Heck I would love to work for GA :-)
113 : Motherlode by robert (Posted on 1/2/2014)
Story wise.. This was a good one, set in a series of lively villes with lots of very interesting side characters and personalities. No terrible plot holes or other deviations from Deathlands lore and alot of humor (unlike the last few books which were rather dark and desolate). It had a number of intersting plot twists, large battles, and classic Ryan "snipings" of baddies. The whole Doc / Baron interaction towards the end of the book was very humorous too. Only a few things to nit pick story wise (and they don't detract greatly from the story in any way). For some reason the author has Mildred keep piping in with her opinion and Ryan being sort of a jerk and immediately shutting her down for no good reason. Also Jack has about 2 lines in the story, and is relegated to "watching Ryans back" constantly. The author could easily had Jack interact with the "knife thrower" in the story, but just let that opportunity pass. The very end of the story where they could have wrapped things up was also abrubtly cut short for no reason. It deserved 5 minutes or wrapup at least and was relegated to 30 seconds.

Graphic Audio treatment wise, it was excellent, it was as if you were right there for the big battles, and the treatments of the various characters was excellent as always. Only nit pick was the music was a little heavy handed at the beginning of the book, alot of it where maybe it wasn't so much needed, and a little louder than usual in the mix. There's got to be a very large library of music available at this point, and whomever mixed this book went all out at the beginning, and maybe should have held back just a little, and toned it down just a bit.

Overall, 4 of 5 headphones, action packed, funny, great treatment by Graphic Audio, and I'd suggest it to anyone who is a fan of the series.
Deathlands 113 Motherload by Warren (Posted on 12/28/2013)
Another great adventure, The characters including the Baronesses add to the intrigue and excitement.

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