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66 : Separation

by James Axler
Jul 1, 2005
7 Hours
Ages 18+
Hard strength and resilience are needed to survive each new day in the treacherous world of post-nuclear America. For Ryan Cawdor and his companions, honor, integrity and a willingness to kill are necessary as well, as they struggle to balance a survivalistic spirit with a warrior''s resolve to press on, living by their own rules in a tortured land, pursuing a dream that leads them into the unknown...

Ryan and his group make their way to a remote island in hopes of finding brief sanctuary. Instead, they are captured by an isolated tribe of descendants of African slaves from pre-Civil War days. When the tribesmen declare Mildred Wyeth "free" from her white masters, it is a twist of fate that ultimately leads the battle-hardened medic to question where her true loyalties lie. Will she side with Ryan, J.B. Dix and those with whom she has forged a bond of trust and friendship... or with the people of her own blood. But the loss of Mildred is not the only thread the group faces-in a treacherous world where the ties that bind can cut both ways.

In the Deathlands, the future is not what it used to be...

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Director & Cast

Director Richard Rohan
Starring Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Tymberlee Chanel, Nanette Savard, Cate Torre, Thomas Penny and Christopher Graybill
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Bill Campbell
Dialogue Editors Matt Webb and Dan Sondak
Sound Designers Bryan Patton and Dan Sondak
Original Theme Music Mark Ashby
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


66 by nicole (Posted on 11/21/2016)
Giving it 5 because I love the series. But this one is deffinitly not the best of the collection.
Separation by michael (Posted on 12/13/2015)
The book was good overall I didn't understand why they had to get off the island and like why did Mildred just say F Ryan Carter and JB deeds didn't make much sense I can understand wanting to be with your people and it had some good jokes in it like where are the honky now that was funny
Not the best by John (Posted on 8/12/2015)
The whole thing seems terribly out of character, with conflict added between the companions needlessly for conflicts sake.

It all seems like a collection of bad choices
Just OK thats all by Larry (Posted on 5/3/2015)
Ok this book may Mildred less loyalty to the group
66 by Jack (Posted on 7/5/2014)
Have to agree with paul. Not at all like mildred. I don't think it as good as most of the other books but still not bad. It's almost like the other books weren't even considered.
Deathlands Seperation by Steven (Posted on 6/6/2014)
A very good story about predujice. Mildred has conflicts, Sharona is alive and reunites with Dean. But is this a good thing
Separation by Tracy (Posted on 5/23/2014)
ok apart from mildred being really dumb, they first part of the book was great but after they got off the island i feel the writing was hurried and didn't have a lot of thought in it.
66 by Kelly (Posted on 4/11/2014)
Didn't like this one it makes Mildred look like she has no loyalty. If she was really this shallow Ryan would have left her with a 7.62 gift long ago.
# 66 Seperation by Roger (Posted on 1/17/2014)
I have to agree with some of the other reviews on this one. It's not one of my favorite episodes but it does keep the story line going and has an unusual twist at the end. It is slow going and hard to keep interested but if you are a Deathlands fan then it is a must have.
Deathlands 66: Separation by Brad (Posted on 11/10/2013)
I disagree with some of the other reviews. This story put the characters into a different position than they normally find themselves in. It actually made the characters more dynamic.
Review by Anderson Morris (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This one should be known as the Mildred episode. Unfortunately it paints her as a shallow turncoat who instantly fails her friends, and somehow forgets everything they've been through to help complete strangers. Normally Deathlands deals with racism and bigots in a "we hate mutys" kinda way, which works, but this one is about real racism, and really falls short on the subject. It's really slow to boot. Overall, I'd skip it.
Review by Gerald Willsey (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I too was very disappointed with Mildred this episode. Actually disappointed is too weak a word. But I wouldn't skip it. There is activity supporting the ongoing story line.
Review by Paul Deffes (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I give this 2 stars only because of how excellent graphic audio and the voice actors are. This was my least favorite entry into series. Gold Eagle needs to bring the authors that wrote "shadow world" and "Labyrinth" back.

Also, the author didn't seem to understand or care about the established group dynamic what so ever. Mildred's behavior is way out of character. But, something important happens at the end of this story. So I guess you should give it a listen and support G.A.
Review by stephen coates (Posted on 5/23/2013)
The story here just isn't as interesting as it could have been. The other comments here sum it up. I would rate this even lower if it didn't have a piece critical to the storyline.

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