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Rift of the Magi [Dramatized Adaptation]
- Deathlands, Book 137
- Narrated by: full cast, Richard Rohan, Colleen Delany, Terence Aselford, Delores King Williams, Alejandro Ruiz, Laura C Harris, Tia Shearer, Carolyn Kashner, Andrew Quilpa, Marni Penning, Henry Kramer
- Length: 5 hrs and 28 mins
- Categories: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy
Deathlands 137: Rift of the Magi, returns to the circumstances immediately following Deathlands 135: Killville, and depicts the events that led him to his past in Deathlands 136: Trade War.
After narrowly escaping the devolved prison community of Ispville, the companions make their way on foot for the arduous 200-mile trek to the ruins of Chicago and the redoubt that holds the nearest known gateway, as winter sets in. This is only the first stage in their journey to the intended refuge of Ryan’s home ville of Front Royal, and hopefully a safe haven for the birth of Krysty’s child.
To make matters worse, they’re the reluctant guardians of fellow former prisoners, a mother and three young daughters, none of whom possess the companions’ survival skills. Not only that, the voice that only Ryan has been hearing makes its startling presence known to the others, in a shocking turn that will starkly affect everyone.
Many miles north of them, former companion Ricky Morales and his partner Jo Abernathy are making their treacherous way toward the same destination, hoping to meet up with Ricky’s friends. They, too, are guardians of an innocent, in their own way, and will be attempting something with the matter-transfer gateway that, to Ricky’s knowledge and with good reason, has never been tried before.
Performed by Richard Rohan, Colleen Delany, Terence Aselford, Delores King Williams, Alejandro Ruiz, Laura C Harris, Tia Shearer, Carolyn Kashner, Andrew Quilpa, Marni Penning, Henry Kramer, David Jourdan, Christopher Scheeren, Thomas Penny, Tracy Olivera, Patrick Bussink, Elliot Dash.
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- Lost and Found
Where's the rest of them??
Book 130.....but no others available???? Come on amazon... Get it sorted out. Good story, great voice acting as usual.