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129 : Angels Of Our Nature

by James Axler
Jul 5, 2017
6 Hours
Ages 18+
Deathlands 129: Angels Of Our Nature is an original Deathlands story written specifically for GraphicAudio and is available in no other format.

In the epic conclusion to the Cornerstone saga, the sinister forces at work in the troubled ville grow insidiously stronger, and Ryan Cawdor is the only one with first-hand knowledge of the true enemy. However, he’s trapped outside the ville, wanted for murder, and, with a hijacked Cornerstone mission team, must return to the redoubt where he and Jak Lauren nearly died, in hopes of finding the means to defeat the monster in Cornerstone’s midst. Meanwhile, the companions and Cornerstone’s leaders fight the war at home, as that monster makes his presence known in increasingly horrific fashion. Krysty Wroth begins to suspect that only she can effectively confront the creature that threatens everything she holds dear, and that clash will take place on a uniquely bizarre and treacherous battlefield.

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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, Bradley Smith as Barachiel, Marni Penning as Sonja, Scott Graham as Cal Virdan, Andy Brownstein as Jonas Candrian, Richard Cutting as Preston Haley, Jonathan Lee Taylor as Mace and Amanda Forstrom as Faelyn Haley. With Maggie Donnelly, Steve Wannall, Nora Achrati, Todd Scofield, Tia Shearer, Jacob Yeh, Chris Davenport, Lawrence Redmond, Steven Carpenter, Kimberly Gilbert, Cameron McNary, Sakile Lyles, DeJeanette Horne, Dylan Lynch, Eleanor Todd, Sasha Olinick, Patrick Bussink, David Jourdan and Michael John Casey
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


action by rafael (Posted on 5/17/2018)
Another action packed story with some interesting lessons.
Angels of our Nature by Daniel (Posted on 4/14/2018)
Was a good story, took you by surprise with some of the means of an end for some antagonist characters. Have really enjoyed the new books.
Mr. by John (Posted on 12/18/2017)
Outstanding conclusion, did not see that coming. Too bad for Kristies mom though.
It's Deathlands so . . . by Sam (Posted on 12/15/2017)
A Deathlands title is always my favorite so this was an enjoyable story. Not my favorite story arc of the series but I just glad to see new titles.
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...
4 part book by Larry (Posted on 10/15/2017)
I have to say that this story line was too long. i found myself wanting the book to the get to the end so we could move off to another adventure.
Part of a story by L (Posted on 9/13/2017)
Have collected over the years all 129 releases of Deathlands. This addition was a long time wait to add to the same story. Older Deathlands were consistantly self contained. Not sure when 130 will be available to continue this drawn out adventure. The waiting for 6-12+ months can be frustrating, especially if I lose the previous Deathland episodes to review where the story left off.
Nice Transition to...? by Tad (Posted on 9/4/2017)
Very enjoyable listen. Hits the right balance between action and sci-fi/fantasy, which is something I've always liked about the DL books. My only request would be if maybe #130 could be a simple "Companions vs. evil baron" story, and not so darned serious in tone. Love the "Rosemary's Baby" possibility of Kristy's unborn child!
Angels of our nature by robert (Posted on 8/25/2017)
Barca can go. Poor story line.
They just keep getting better! by Levi (Posted on 8/16/2017)
Every production you guys have added to the series so far has been fantastic. I love that continuity is once again a thing! You've done so much to answer so many questions as well as create new questions that will hopefully lead to more exciting adventures! I'm deeply enthralled with the new take to the series. I can't wait to see how the multiverse thing pans out as it has been roughly mentioned in the past books. Keep it up! (Cough Trader cough...) :]
Continues to build on serialized story by Benjamin (Posted on 8/14/2017)
Deathlands 129 continues to build on the epic serialized story that started in earnest on 126. The continuation is shaping up to something excellent. Ryan and the Companions continue their adventure.
Best in awhile by Jack (Posted on 8/13/2017)
This is one of the best books In awhile I wasn't sure how they were going to be but this is a great book
Angels of our nature by robert (Posted on 8/13/2017)
Wish dean could stay in the store you could build on him a a bigger character
Deathlands #129 Angels of our nature by Steven (Posted on 8/1/2017)
Good wrap up to the Cornerstone saga. Once again this is not the end of the rainbow for the companions, but with Krysty's pregnancy and the question of what Magus has evolved into (as if he was not already twisted & bad enough already) makes this alternate timeline (or should I say as in Outlanders (Bring it Back in audio) Parallel Casement interesting reading. I hope that with other past questions being answered we have not heard the last of Dean Cawdor.
Many questioned answered by Michael (Posted on 7/30/2017)
This finally answers the question of whatever happened to Kristy's mother. Now the Deathland companions have move on in their search of a safe and quiet place to settle down. There is so much more to come in the Deathland saga. I'd like to see more alternate reality destinations, time travel to the past and future, interactions with E.T.s, mutant creatures, his son Dean, and more evil, greedy, and insane Barons. I'm glad that Ryan is fully recovered so that he can again become the ruthless but warm hearted and politically incorrect rebel that we have all come to expect from him and the other companions.
More of a Good Thing by Sam (Posted on 7/28/2017)
As with most of the Deathlands books, it's a fun and thrilling listen. It's also a nice variation on the "bad baron" theme that was getting a little predictable after the first 50 times it was used. What's still amazing is that GA can keep this series fresh after so long - keep up the good work!
Judge by leo (Posted on 7/25/2017)
As with all the Deathland books. It's is awesome
New Deathlands by Robert (Posted on 7/20/2017)
It is a good conclusion to the 3 book series, but there are some contradictions. I wonder sometimes listening to the later books if the writer ever really listened to the earlier books. Several times in the new books the writers talk about things that have been in many other books as if it's the first time the companions have ever heard of them. If you overlook that it's a great book.
Angels of Our Nature by Russ (Posted on 7/9/2017)
This storyline (encasement) is a welcome change from the simple tired storylines that were predictable. I still miss Outlanders!!!! Bring it back!!!!

As Deathlands continues to evolve please consider closing the storyline on a happy note.

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