30% Off Orders Over $30 Apply Coupon in Cart: LUCKY30 (ends March 31)

Audiobook Entertainment Discount Levels & Rewards  Learn More

126 : Survival In Doubt

by James Axler
Aug 31, 2016
6 Hours
Ages 18+
Survival In Doubt is the first original Deathlands story written specifically for GraphicAudio and is available in no other format.

The companions have returned from their time jump back to the year 2001 on a mission to put an end to the malevolent cyborg known as Magus. Despite having narrowly survived that harrowing adventure, Ryan Cawdor’s intrepid team is not about to give up. They renew their pursuit of the augmented madman. But there are disturbing indications that the Deathlands to which they’ve returned may not be the one they remember. Savage battles against the gauntlet of horrors Magus hurls in their path soon leave the Deathlands warriors trapped, battered and bleeding, with Ryan in a coma and the other survivors mourning the loss of one of their own.

Availability: In stock


Purchase Options

Digital Formats

Learn more about Digital Formats

* Required Fields

Add to Wishlist

All downloads include GraphicAudio Access™ App on Android and Apple iOS devices! Learn more.

Director & Cast

Director Richard Rohan
Starring Richard Rohan as Ryan & Jak, Colleen Delany as Krysty, Terence Aselford as JB & Doc, Delores King Williams as Mildred, Alejandro Ruiz as Ricky, Jefferson A Russell as Gaiad, Dani Stoller as Hannah, Chris Stinson as Eldad and featuring Michael John Casey
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Richard Rohan
Dialogue Editors Thomas Hogan
Sound Designers Thomas Hogan
Original Theme Music David Zitney (based on a theme by Mark Ashby)
Cover Illustrator Gel Jamlang
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Survival In Doubt by Ricky (Posted on 1/26/2019)
Couldn't stop listening to this one. Don't know what I would do without Graphic audio.
New theme music by brian (Posted on 8/13/2018)
The new theme is great and the series just keeps rolling. Love the addition of who plays who and what books are used as reference now.
incredible by rafael (Posted on 5/17/2018)
The way these story are done are just incredible.
Survival In Doubt by Daniel (Posted on 4/7/2018)
[Loud applause] This is indeed a great day to be a deathlands fan. So many situations / challenges your trying to solve; right along with the team as the story unfolds. Major props on the new story line connecting to past adventures, and also creating new challenges/opposition. Graphic Audio and all who also is/may be involved the people thank you.
A 4 parter by robert Hir (Posted on 11/23/2017)
First off, a 4 part book is something I don't think has been done with Deathlands ever before, and this one was FANTASTIC. The whole 4 part series has to be one of my favorite Deathlands stories so far. The voice acting and sound effects were awesome as usual, but the Story was EXCELLENT. The way they did the "green" and the plant creature was something I've never seen before in any book and I've been reading and playing DnD since the early 80's, so original, and excellent. Given 4 parts, you get to knowing ALL the characters, even the ones with little parts, and caring about all of them. This book gave me goosebumps in some parts, and had me teary eyed at the end. The ending was fantastic too. 4 parts gives each of the characters plenty of time, none of them (short of useless Ricky) was standing idle in the background for the entire book, like has happened with earlier books. Every time I though the story jumped the shark, they completely came back around on it, and made it make sense. I also didn't see everything which happened coming. There's plenty of continuity with earlier books, and some real interesting new developments which I can't wait to see how they flesh out in the future. I can't say enough good things about this 4 part series. REALLY GOOD...
Deathlands LIVES! by Laura (Posted on 9/20/2017)
As a diehard fan of this series, I was more than excited to learn GraphicAudio was going to continue the saga with the writing designed especially for this unique beloved medium. Not let down at all! So enjoyed this and excited for many for episodes to come!
Survival in Doubt by Eric (Posted on 7/15/2017)
I was so glad that Graphic Audio brought back Deathlands. This book starts where the last book left off. It was extremely well done. The nailed making you feel involved in the story.
Deathlands #126 - Survival in Doubt by Steven (Posted on 6/21/2017)
Thrilled that the Deathlands saga in continuing with a new story. Great so far and is referring to unanswered questions from earlier stories.
Good Start by Larry (Posted on 2/12/2017)
really like this book did not know it was going to be a three part book but i like it
Another Outstanding Deathlands! by Armand (Posted on 12/31/2016)
Okay, this is the first DL leaves you waiting for the next one! Great story so far!
Deathlands 126 by James (Posted on 12/30/2016)
Good first story for new deathlands on Graphicaudio, only thing I cannot find is how to save my place on my note4, if I do not listen for a while it goes back to the beginning and then I have to figure out where I left off
Johnny by John (Posted on 11/23/2016)
Great as usual! Another Edge of you seat audio. Can't wait to listen to the next.
More fun times by Sam (Posted on 11/13/2016)
It's nice to see the series continue! GA had done a great job keeping the spirit of the original series but at the same time giving it a fresh feeling. If you've kept up the the Deathlands series, this new adventure will not disappoint.

Keep up the good work and keep 'em coming!
on the hunt by nicole (Posted on 11/4/2016)
I've been on the hunt for this title since I heard about the new author. Just ordered it and can't wait for it to arrive! Judging by these great reviews it's going to be gold!
Survival in doubt by robert (Posted on 11/1/2016)
Nice restart of series
Spend your Jack, keep the companions alive! by Chesthole (Posted on 9/28/2016)
Thank you SO MUCH, Graphic Audio, for keeping my favorite audiobook series alive. For those not in the know, the company who printed the Deathlands book has folded and has stopped making new Deathlands novels.

But Graphic Audio, like Trader in his wag, has rolled in to this ville with pre-Skydark goodies for us.

For everyone who likes Deathlands, you need to not be a Sticky with your wallet and spend your jack on this book! If the market speaks, Graphic Audio will listen.
Nailed It! by Tad (Posted on 9/19/2016)
For those of us who died a little inside when we heard that Gold Eagle's demise meant no more Deathlands, this is a triumph akin to the Grinch bringing back all those gifts and toys to Whoville. Not only has GA kept true to the continuity of the series, as has been previously mentioned, but the dialogue is perhaps as strong as it's ever been. It's as if the GA writer(s) were not paperback hacks, forced at gunpoint to crank out a dozen novels a month to keep their editors happy, and instead really tried to honor the characters with every turn of the phrase. I loved the new music, symbolic of the new chapter in the series, and I especially enjoyed Mildred's singing. I could really tell that Richard, Terrance, Coleen and Delores (who have been the Fab Four of so many DL stories) were really enjoying their scripts. Can't wait to find out where the companions go next!
Awesome by Larry (Posted on 9/18/2016)
Great new book i like it all the way to the end cant wait for the next book to come out great job people
100 stars out of 10. by Levi (Posted on 9/7/2016)
This book was perfect. For the first time in the last 80+ books I felt like the writers read the other books instead of just guessing at details or making s**t up. You guys not only referenced other books in the series but did so accurately. I'm a huge fan of the Deathlands series and have felt for a long time that it was dead. The books had become reruns with different titles. This book however is a rebirth. If you want to pretend books 122-125 never happened more power to you, hell, feel free to unwrite other books if it means you keep going the way this one did. This book after so long finally felt like the Deathlands I used to know and love. There were actual jokes that dissident feel forced, the characters acted as they should, there was tragedy with lasting consequences! The story picks up where 121 left off and leaves off not at a happy bulls**t ending but at a transition to the next book. The whole story flowed together as one whole adventure rather than needlessly jumping around to some dumb side character to have half an hour spent telling their backstory only to have their brains blown out 5 seconds later. I'm trying to not spoil anything but I love the new direction with Magus especially. That was intense as heck to hear. I'm VERY excited to see what adventures await and can't wait to see when/if you plan to revisit loose ends left by previous authors, such as: Trader, Dean, Sonya Wroth, Project Titan, Front Royal, and many others.

As always the production, effects and character/narration voicing were AMAZING!

But this time, it's the GA original story that brings life back to my favorite series of all time that wins my praise. To the writers behind this masterpiece: Thank you!
Survival in doubt by Joseph (Posted on 9/4/2016)
Awesome new book and on the edge of your seat story!
Review by Michael (Posted on 9/3/2016)
The companions are in hot pursuit of trouble. And they find it, as always, only this time it's way bigger trouble than they expected. Survival is definitely uncertain for the team this time. And there's plenty of pain to go around. I really enjoyed the fact that there is lots of normal banter going on among the characters, giving everyone equal airtime and endearing us to them in a way that feels completely natural. Too often, characters like Ricky and Jack are relegated to the back ground while Ryan and JB bark out orders. When the guest stars appear, they are given the same equal treatment, and this really helps to relate to them. The story moves slowly as far as time and distance-covered is concerned, and is mostly centered around only a handful of events. The ending make up for it though. No spoilers! Worth the listen, and will definitely listen more than once. 3 out of 5 headphones due to taking so long to tell what is really a very short story. Lots of action and one surprising character POV that is very, very chilling.

21 Item(s)

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register