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21 : Twilight Children

by James Axler
Jan 1, 2007
6 Hours
Ages 18+
Survival is an endless battle in the dark age of post-holocaust America, but even amid the ashes of the past, new pockets of civilization emerge, fledgeling communities bound by savage rules.

Ryan Cawdor and his band of warrior-survivalists are transported from one Valley of the Shadow of Death to another, shaken by the mind-bending effects of the mat-trans, emerging at last into a promised land whose inhabitants are healthy and young.

The ville is an oasis in a blighted land, but among the blond, blue-eyed near-children, Ryan and his wayfarers are pariahs destined to find out that the quest for Paradise exacts a steep price.

In the Deathlands, the future looks terminally brief.

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Director & Cast

Director Richard Rohan
Starring Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Colleen Delany, Delores King Wiliams, Nanette Savard, David Coyne, Sunny Laskey, Michael Glenn, Tim Carlin, Karen Carbone, Casey Jones, Cate Torre, James Konicek and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Mark Delgado
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler
Sound Designers Johann Dettweiler and Greg Reinfeld
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


21 : Twilight Children by Christopher (Posted on 12/18/2018)
I really like this one, but I thought a few things were weird. Namely how the stickies acted like was unusual then the norm I was used to. But other then that, I was glued to my seat waiting to hear what had happened next as Ryan and the others figured out what was going on.
My Opinion by Eric (Posted on 12/2/2017)
Not one of my all time favorites but not bad either. Every Deathlands is always worth listening. Love this series and look forward to listening to it for many years to come.
Another one out of the park by brian (Posted on 11/5/2017)
One of the best ones in the series
21 by nicole (Posted on 11/8/2016)
Twisted and entertaining. So close to paradise and so far.
DEATHLANDS 21 : Twilight Children by Julius (Posted on 6/19/2016)
It has me on the edge of my seat the whole time.
Not What It Seems by Vann (Posted on 4/7/2016)
When you see something that is too good to be true, then something is very wrong. Ryan and his gang take on a serious wrong in this ideal setting with a group of young people, only young people. Once again they lay waste to a vast injustice. The actors were at their normal peak of performance and the sound effects were in full support. A great job by all.
Twilight children by michael (Posted on 10/25/2015)
I think this is the book when I got mailed it out of the freezer because a good but can't be in the edge of my seat loved it loved it loved it great great great good
Slickman The Man by Larry (Posted on 2/16/2015)
this reminds me of the fountain of youth but you find out there is no fountain of youth
Deathlands Twilight Children by Steven (Posted on 6/6/2014)
Life is beautiful until you reach 25. Why are there no older people. Beautiful people but totally controlled & used for a Baron's whims & pleasures
Review by Eric Convery (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I love the Deathlands series, especially GraphicAudio's adaptations of it! Richard Rohan and Terence Aselford both do excellent jobs of giving voices to Ryan Cawdor and J. B. Dix, respectively. Also, I always enjoy Dolores King-Williams' performances as Dr. Mildred Wyeth. All three of them deserve raises!

Twilight Children told a very interesting story, and featured a truly evil and morally disgusting villain in the form of Moses, leader of a small New England-based cult of followers who live only to serve his twisted will. Overall, I found GraphicAudio's adaptation of Twilight Children highly entertaining to listen to, and well worth the purchase!

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