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114 : Siren Song

by James Axler
Mar 1, 2014
5 Hours
Ages 18+
Crawling from the wreckage of Armageddon, humanity endures, mutated and forever altered. Gone are the comforts of civilization, replaced by a bloodlust to survive. Deathlands is a tortured landscape where peace and hope struggle to take root. Still, Ryan Cawdor and his band push onward, seeking a place to call home.

If any kind of utopia exists in postapocalyptic America, Ryan and his companions have yet to find it. But high in the Virginian mountains, their quest may find its reward. Heaven Falls is an agrarian idyll, its thriving inhabitants harnessing powerful feminine energy and the medicinal qualities of honey. Bountiful and serene, this community is the closest thing to sanctuary the companions have ever encountered. But as they are seduced by a life they have only envisioned, they discover Heaven has a trapdoor that opens straight to hell…

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Delores King Williams, Colleen Delany, Alyssa Wilmoth, Tim Pabon, Elizabeth Jernigan, Gabriela Coffey, Kimberly Gilbert, Yasmin Tuazon, Gregory Gorton, Ren Kasey, Nora Achrati, Laura Harris, Lily Beacon, Katy Carcuff, Ken Jackson, Nanette Savard, Tim Getman, KenYatta Rogers, Sherry Berg and Steven Carpenter
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


great story by rafael (Posted on 5/16/2018)
this was a great story what I've come to expect from this series.
good book by rafael (Posted on 5/16/2018)
great story I really enjoyed it!
Hive Mentality by Keith (Posted on 4/22/2018)
Very short story but the mystery of it all was pretty good, and overall, I enjoyed Siren Song. Not the best value considering it's not even 5 hrs. runtime but I can't complain too loudly
good listen by David (Posted on 4/5/2018)
there are some hints in this book that will help ya solve the mystery. one hint the names of the gals in this oasis. and if you have a knowledge of bees you may figure it out. go jb and Doc for figuring it out
Honey by brian (Posted on 10/9/2016)
Great story that plays with the emotions a bit.
ok book by Larry (Posted on 9/19/2015)
Bees and Honey with brain washing ok
Deathlands #114 Siren Song by Steven (Posted on 6/24/2014)
Very good story. Finally, a haven where the companions can start a home, raise a family, almost too good to be sure. And yet, J.B. senses if you think something is too good to be true, it probably is. What is the hidden secret of Heaven Falls that makes life as sweet as honey.
Siren song by robert (Posted on 6/13/2014)
Keep them coming great storys
sirens song by Barry (Posted on 5/23/2014)
Very possibly the best of the deathlands series yet. Even with its twisting plot. I loved it listened to it twice back to back.
Deatlands is becoming Politically Correct by john (Posted on 4/20/2014)
Deatlands is becoming distastefully Politically Correct, also this has taken away the edge of your seat suspense that the earlier books had. I don’t enjoy the new Deathands like I did when I first got involved with the series.

Someone needs to buy the rights to Deathlands and restore the politically incorrect balls out edge of your seat fight for survival of the older books.

Graphic Audio has and always will do a superb job with what they get from the owners of this series.
This Isn't Ryan Cawdor by Tad (Posted on 4/10/2014)
There's no bigger fan of the DL series than me, and perhaps that's the problem. While the story wasn't awful, it was pretty mundane, and you could see the big reveal ("Oh, I get it. The girls act like bees...") a mile away. That alone, however, doesn't warrant a two-star review. It's serial fiction- nobody's expecting King Lear.

What burned me was that Ryan Cawdor walked around completely neutered for most of the story, to the extent that I hyperextended the facial muscles used in rolling my eyes, over and over.

Heros are heroic. Ryan's the hero of the DL world. Get him the hell out of an apron!
114 : Siren Song by David (Posted on 3/11/2014)
Not one of my favorite Deathlands but its still a good book just found storyline a little boring.
114 : Siren Song by robert (Posted on 2/19/2014)
Get ready everyone... Jak has more lines in the first of 4 MP3 tracks than in the last 4 Deathlands stories combined.
This was a good one, all the elements of a good Deathlands, a jump, a story that slowly reveals itself (it was track 2 before I put the pieces together, and was like "AHHHH I see what you did there"), lots of interaction among the companions, did I mention Jak had a large number of lines..a Kristy hulk-out They also shelved Ricky for the first half of the story, yeahhhhh!
As far as the Graphic Audio treatment, excellent as always, great acting, great sound effects, great music, no glitches I picked up on..
Ryan also does the dishes, a Deathlands first...
Well worth listening to..
Great by ray (Posted on 2/12/2014)
Everyone should be required to listen to Deathlands at least 3 times . Some of the best stories ever are in the Deathlands series.

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