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Deathlands
128 : Bad Blood

by James Axler
Mar 22, 2017
6 Hours
6
978-1-62851-324-0
Ages 18+
Bad Blood is an original Deathlands story written specifically for GraphicAudio and is available in no other format.

The Cornerstone saga continues as a disgruntled Ryan and troubled Jak return from their harrowing scavenger mission to find that there are two mysterious new arrivals in the ville, presumed initiates to the ways of Gaia, the Earth Mother. Krysty explores her relationship with Matriarch in this flourishing paradise founded on the beliefs instilled in her as a child, but there are serpents in this garden. Death and destruction will come to this place of peace, and the true enemy may not be what it seems. Like a storm of vengeance, the past comes back to haunt the denizens of Cornerstone, and Ryan Cawdor and his companions are right in its devastating path.
 

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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, Marni Penning as Matriarch, Nanna Ingvarrson as Cazzy, Nick DePinto as Aloysius Grogg, Andy Brownstein as Jonas Candrian, Richard Cutting as Preston Haley, Chris Stinson as Eldad and Bradley Smith as Barachiel. With Maggie Donnelly, Amanda Forstrom, Steve Wannall, Todd Scofield, Scott Graham, Elizabeth Jernigan, Joe Mallon, Tia Shearer, Jacob Yeh, Chris Davenport, Steven Carpenter, Jonathan Lee Taylor, Kimberly Gilbert, Mary C. Davis, Brian Hemmingsen, Dylan lynch, Dawn Ursula, David Jourdan, Michael John Casey and David Rohan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Richard Rohan
Dialogue Editors David Zitney
Sound Designers David Zitney
Original Theme Music David Zitney (based on a theme by Mark Ashby)
Cover Illustrator Gel Jamlang
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Deathland 128: Bad Blood by Jeffrey (Posted on 5/26/2018)
I've been a Big fan of Deathlands for many years and have read many of the books, was glad I found GA for all my traveling. Am a little disappointed with the current 4 part series. With the publishing company now out of business and them holding the publishing right to the books, I am surprised that GA can produce more titles? Don't get me wrong, I want this to continue that's while I'm purchasing. Keep up the good work.
excellent by rafael (Posted on 5/17/2018)
Go figure a another great story. This has become a habit.
Bad Blood by Daniel (Posted on 4/14/2018)
Have really enjoyed the new additions to series, the new books really gives each main character time and involvement. This mini series has shored up some huge parts (retaining to Gaia) that was kind of touched just on the surface in the previous books(explanation wise)
A 4 parter by robert (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...
Length by Hazin (Posted on 10/22/2017)
Have not checked out 129 yet, but maybe the 2 should of been one book. at 14.00 would hope they would be longer.

Huge deathlands fan, this is a nice twist to the original authors but just not long enough.
Mala Sangre by Laura (Posted on 9/20/2017)
I enjoyed the tension over not knowing whether or not Ryan, leader of the fearless companions, would fully recover or not from his head injury. And the intriguing deepening of connection between Krysty and the Gaia-made-manifest entity. Wickedly cool cliffhanger! Can't wait to hear the next chapter in this saga!
Deathlands 128 by Eric (Posted on 8/21/2017)
Part 3 of 4. The book has a completed mini story within this overarching saga of cornerstone. The story was interesting with a couple of twists. The book ends with a big cliffhanger, can't wait to see how this ends.
Not bad by Jack (Posted on 8/13/2017)
While not quite as good as the next one. But still a good book
Bad blood by robert (Posted on 8/13/2017)
Ryan always is in the soup
Judge by leo (Posted on 7/25/2017)
As with all the Deathland books. It's is awesome
Not Bad by Colton (Posted on 7/10/2017)
I have been enjoying the consistency of the plot so far. One of the things I have always craved with this series was cohesion. When ever an author would mention something in another book it was great, in fact some of my favourites have been the dualagies and trilogies. Lets hope the Cornerstone saga comes to a fulfilling end.
Deathlands #128 Bad Blood by Steven (Posted on 6/22/2017)
I like the way the Cornerstone story has been progressing. Ryan's progress in his recovery from his head injury and Krysty being drawn deeper into the nature of the entity which controls and guides Cornertone is intriguing. More and more, enticing reasons to stay but nagging questions still to be answered, in particular the involvement of Magus if any. Can't wait to see the final chapter.
OK but so-so by Michael (Posted on 5/4/2017)
I love Deathlands, have the entire series on CDs, this one,,, ahhh,,, lots of dialog. As the Trader would have said, "lots of sand but few stones", LOL. Still, I recommend it but lets get back to "The Old Deathlands" with crazy muties, stickys, you know, all the good stuff, LOL...
Cornerstone saga getting just a little stale by Tad (Posted on 3/31/2017)
I'll preface my criticism by saying again that I'll always buy DL stories from GA , but I hope that the next one finishes the Cornerstone saga off, at least for a while, so that the companions can get back to plain ol' Deathlands, and start blasting some barons and bad guys. The Cornerstone business was getting a little stale, at least in the middle. (Pretty whiz-bang ending, which I won't spoil here...) A delicious foreshadowing moment with Ryan about Dean Cawdor; can't wait to see if that pays off. Ricky character on life-support at this point- I think he only got 3 lines in the entire production...
One of the best by jerry (Posted on 3/27/2017)
This book is full of excitement. certainly one of the best-written books in the series. Looking forward to more of this new line of writers.
Deathlands 128 : Bad Blood by Mike (Posted on 3/27/2017)
Great addition to the series, perfect continuation to Deathlands 127 : Gaia's Promise
as we find the group still in the same place wondering if they will go separate ways...
good and fast read. I wish they would come out each week rather than the long period of time between titles. But that's OK as I am getting ready to start the series all over again as soon as I finish Outlanders... just 10 more books to go and then I restart Deathlands!

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