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122 : Forbidden Trespass

by James Axler
Jun 1, 2015
5 Hours
Ages 18+
In the war-torn wasteland known as Deathlands, desperation and destruction have replaced dreams and peace. Each day arrives with a new life-threatening challenge for wanderer Ryan Cawdor and his fellow band of survivors….

Bizarre murders are taking place in a fertile farming community, and the locals are quick to point fingers at Ryan and his companions. But they know another culprit is responsible. A colony of mutants has been driven from its underground home, forced to find sustenance in the light of day. And only human flesh will satisfy their hunger. Caught between a rock and a horde of hungry cannibals, Ryan and the companions face an ultimatum—help the cannies reclaim their territory, or risk becoming the next meal. Except something far more sinister— and ravenous—lurks beneath the lush fields…

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Director & Cast

Director Michael John Casey
Starring Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Delores King Williams, Colleen Delany, Tim Pabon, Kimberly Gilbert, Eva Wilhelm, James Konicek, Jacob Yeh, Eric Messner, Bradley Smith, Thomas Keegan, Michael Glenn, Ken Jackson, Nora Achrati, Evan Casey, Jonathon Church, Scott McCormick, Tim Carlin, Casie Platt, Christopher Davenport, Matthew Bassett, Michael John Casey, Drew Kopas and Nanette Savard
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Timothy Lynch
Dialogue Editors Patrick Stratton
Sound Designers Patrick Stratton
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


slow start by David (Posted on 4/2/2018)
For Deathlands this one took a long time to get some action in it. I was bored most of the story. it did get exciting for about the last 2 hours where ya learn more about the strange albino cannibal creatures that are mistaken by the town as jack.
Classic by Peyton (Posted on 9/8/2017)
That escalated quickly. It started off with a simple murder mystery with our heroes attempting to prove their innocence. It slid into a biting commentary on our all or nothing, "you're with us or your against us," political climate. Finally, enter the giant worm from the cover art.

And yet...they pulled it all together in a way that made perfect sense in the context of the story.

This is exactly what I like so much about James Axler's adventures.
122 by nicole (Posted on 11/4/2016)
Very little disappointment with this series. You would think with so many books there would be a couple flops but every book is just as good as the last one.
Decent by brian (Posted on 10/23/2016)
Not bad, was interesting but strange.
Deathlands 122: Forbidden Trespass by Glenn (Posted on 9/14/2016)
Started off well enough but got murkier as the story progressed. Not the worst but far from the best.
Wimmy :( by robert (Posted on 5/27/2016)
Graphic audio treatment of this story was stellar as always, but the story wasn't. First off, "Wimmy" is the most hate-able character ever, in all the Deathlands I've listened to. Then there's the politician guy from town who goes from sorta decent guy to villian for no reason. The story had the party making ends meet by basically garbage picking, until "Wimmy" turns the whole town on them, then the story skews into some bizzaro underground sequence which I'm still shaking my head in dis-belief about. Get this if you get all the Deathlands titles, but if this is your first purchase, this isn't the one to start with, the story, not so good.
Great by Kelly (Posted on 10/13/2015)
This one for some reason made me decide to get the outlander books. I have to say so far on book 5 and I like it a lot but it's still not the original crew type of adventure.
deathlands 122 : Forbidden Trespass by bruce (Posted on 8/30/2015)
awesome book. look forward to the next book as always. waiting for ryan to get back with his son dean.
Albino avengers! by Laura (Posted on 8/28/2015)
I always love hearing tales of the Deathlands survivalist adventurers, but particularly enjoyed how this title made a good point as regards the danger of the "with us or against us" mentality and spotlighting how the masses can be manipulated to fight for whatever benefits the power hungry. I also enjoyed elements which reminded me of the Time Machine's dreaded albino-esque cannibalistic Morlocks and the deadly worm creatures from Dune! An action-packed and adventurous title from start to finish!
Forbidden trespass by robert (Posted on 7/22/2015)
Very good nice sound affects
Love deathlands by Kelly (Posted on 7/10/2015)
A few are ok but overall I love deathlands I can never get enough of this group of warriors that remind me of my army ranger brothers I don't have much in this world but to hear these stories by GA actor's I feel like I have a family in the truck with me. Keep it going I have almost all of the series except the first 3. As a hard core truck driving veteran I have ideas but I can't write like your author's please don't keep all of us deathlands fans waiting for what happens to the crew on there next adventure.
deathlands by Albert (Posted on 6/14/2015)
James Axler did a good job on this one but can`t wait for Ryan to hear or find his son

great story bad music by ray (Posted on 6/6/2015)
I just listened to this episode, the story is Great but at one point on track 3
the music is some kind of super heavy hard metal non-sense that made my head hurt,

Thankfully it only lasted for a few minutes. Don't let that minor annoyance distract you from buying this episode, The Story is Great as always.
Deathlands #122 Forbidden Trespass by Steven (Posted on 6/5/2015)
Good story. A senseless murder and the circumstantial evidence points to the companions , especially Jak , all from a fleeting glimpse of Bone white hair, skin & red eyes. On the run, trying to find the elusive killers leads to underground lair of the cannibal mutants and being forced into a pact to destroy something which is hunting them. This all leads back to the Totality Concept and another project which went horribly wrong and spiraled out of control. Once again the companions are in the middle and on the firing line.
mr by John (Posted on 5/27/2015)
James Axler did it again. Another outstanding book. Just wonder if Ryan and his companions will ever find the peace they want and deserve.

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