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124 : Child of Slaughter

by James Axler
Nov 11, 2015
5 Hours
Ages 18+
When Doc is taken captive by a band of marauders in what was once Nebraska, Ryan and the companions rally to get him back. But they aren't just fighting the local muties. They're also up against the area's terrifying terrain, which shifts and morphs at a moment's notice. With their options dwindling in this mazelike region that doesn't obey the laws of physics, the team joins forces with a beautiful and deadly woman who evens the odds on the battlefield. But while this warrior seems to be on their side, she has a secret agenda that could spell the end for them all…

Since the nukecaust, the American dream has been reduced to a daily fight for survival. In the hellish landscape of Deathlands, few dare to dream of a better tomorrow. But Ryan Cawdor and his companions press on, driven by the need for a future less treacherous than the present.

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Director & Cast

Director Michael John Casey
Starring Richard Rohan as Ryan and Jak, Colleen Delany as Krysty, Terence Aselford as JB and Doc, Delores King Williams as Mildred and Tim Pabon as Ricky. With Kimberly Gilbert, Joe Brack, Bradley Smith, Chris Genebach, Thomas Keegan, Casie Platt and Michael John Casey
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Timothy Lynch
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler
Sound Designers Brian Rogers and Justin Wortz
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


great by rafael (Posted on 5/17/2018)
This was a great exciting story.
great by rafael (Posted on 5/17/2018)
this was a great exciting story.
interesting idea for the book by David (Posted on 4/5/2018)
the only thing that kept me listing to this book was the mystery of the shift that caused the land to change and to find out what was up with union if she was friend or foe with all the different personalities she has. wish it gave more info about union it seems like something was missing. but the story is ok if your a deathlands fan like me it is worth the time to listen to
Interesting by brian (Posted on 11/6/2016)
Some great characters in this one, but the beginning is pretty boring.
Didn't think I would, but ended up liking this one by robert Hir (Posted on 5/27/2016)
Graphic audio performance on this one was top notch as always. Per the story, I didn't think I was going to like it when it first started, as it went in a very weird direction, but once it got going it was pretty good. Lotsa Jak in this one, which is a very good thing, they finally tough on the JB/Mildred relationship again in this one (absent for a number of books now with no reason), lotsa Doc in this one, a good thing, and minimal Ricky (can't wait for him to be gone). The main villian was interesting, though quirky, Union was a mixed bag of tricks, everything but her "russian" alter ego was a good thing, and the story went in a number of interesting directions without seeming "disjointed" like some of the previous stories. The Mad Scientist character was priceless, hope we see him, or someone like him again.Pacing was good too, If I could to a 4.5 for it I would.
Deathlands 124 by John (Posted on 5/25/2016)
Strange story not great. What is the Mexican kid there for? He does almost nothing. Isn't he supposed to be trying to find his enslaved sister? He hasn't mentioned her once.
Multiple shift-ality by Laura (Posted on 3/8/2016)
Although at points I found this story line a bit complex to follow, with lots of twists and turns, I thoroughly enjoyed the multiple personality performances of the lead female character Union (by Kimberly Gilbert I believe) and wacko villainous candy-sucking XO (by Joe Brack I reckon :) Great performances as well by the usual suspects!
#124 by Clyde (Posted on 1/19/2016)
Like a mix of Deathlands and "In the Mouth of Madness"
Definitely a change of pace from the normal deathlands experience, and the story line jumps around quite a bit.
SO SO by Larry (Posted on 1/5/2016)
This book was kinda ok but at time is was hard to follow and was glad to get thru the book when the end came i had enough of this story.
Deathlands #124 Child of Slaughter by Steven (Posted on 11/24/2015)
Not a bad story, but a bit garbled and hard to follow. A lot of things happening but not as gripping a story as I am used too. I have bought and enjoyed all the Deathland titles up to now but this will not be one of my favorite stories but just part of my series set.
Child of slaughter by robert (Posted on 11/21/2015)
Nice ending
124 : Child of Slaughter by Glenn (Posted on 11/20/2015)
What to say. This is such a departure from the normal pace and detailed storytelling of the GA s Deathlands series that I may not purchase any more future episodes and just go back to purchasing older titles to complete the ones I had missed ( last episode was # 95 , great story ). I realize that Deathlands has had many writers over the years and changes of adaptation authors but this one was all over the place. Some very interesting characters but none were explored , i.e. , a seemingly pre dark pot head whitecoat with substantial knowledge of Redoubts and mat trans units as well as medicine , a multiple personality former lab assistant / possible Soviet cryogenic sleeper cell member , and intelligent yet sometimes insane red tinted mutants , also with knowledge of pre dark technology. All of this is possible within the world of the Deathlands as readers know , but rarely do the companions even question any of it , and nothing is given as an explanation.While I could not stop listening to the story for wanting some further expansion into the hows and whys but none were forthcoming. I even rechecked my downloads thing I had perhaps missed a section ( flac-hd ).The ending was as garbled as the rest of the story and seemed to be a rush job to get it over with. I know none of these books are destined for literary greatness but still long time listeners of this series expect more.

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