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Rogue Angel
12 : The Soul Stealer

by Alex Archer
Nov 1, 2008
5 Hours
978-1-59950-505-3
Ages 13+
Annja Creed jumps at the chance to join a fellow archaeologist on a quest to find a relic. But she''s not so thrilled about northern Siberia, where they are hoping to discover something buried in the long-undisturbed soil of Russia''s frozen terrain. When they reach the town of Jakutsk, Annja is put off by its gray landscape and highly superstitious inhabitants. They claim they are being hunted. Then one of the Villagers goes missing.

The locals blame the Khosadam, a ghost of a fallen goddess said to ingest the souls of the departed. But there are no fresh graves. She is now hunting the living. When Annja seeks to destroy the apparition, she discovers an even more horrifying truth-and may have hit a dead end.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, James Konicek, Christopher Graybill, Terence Aselford, Richard Rohan, Michael Glenn, Scott McCormick, Dylan Lynch, Andy Clemence, M.B.Van Dorn, and Cate Torre
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Matt Jacobs
Dialogue Editors Temesgen Wubneh and Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Temesgen Wubneh and Nathanial Perry
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Nathanial Perry, Johann Dettweiler and Dan Sondak
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Good story for those long drives by Brian (Posted on 3/2/2017)
Yet another good chapter in rouge angel universe. I listen start to finish on a long night time drive and I was never bored and it help keep me awake because I wanted to know what was going to happen next.
Polar Quest by Chris (Posted on 2/6/2017)
This is a pretty good read especially considering where the story takes place. Antartica is a really interesting place to create this story, and whoever the writer was this time around, did a pretty decent job of capturing the isolation involved in being stationed there.

Garin Braden, does, in fact make a major appearance in this book, and let's just say that it's not all lollypops and sunshine either. Garin makes Annja feel as though he can trust her, when we all know that she can't, no matter what. Annja continues to be betrayed by those she believes are her friends, or persons that have known her for years. However, our girl always manages to find her way out of troublesome situations, and this one ranks right up there at the top. This installment actually delays the reader from finding out who the real villain is right until the very end. Nice.

There are double betrayals, US Government technology that is so advanced that terrorist organizations want to get their hands on it, and traitors within the group doing the so called dig that is nothing short of a sham.

I guessed who two of the villains were right off the bat. It was pretty much a given after then confronted Annja, who was just off the plane, and was given a ride to a bar, instead of meeting with the local US Marshall for a briefing. The other villain, however, didn't as much shock me as threw me for a loop.
The Soul Stealer by Chris (Posted on 1/18/2017)
I will begin by saying that the performances for each of the stories in this series are amazing. Nanette Savard is the ultimate narrator. Colleen Delany, well, she makes Annja Creed come to life in so many ways as to be just as beautiful as the character she portrays! Such an amazing voice.

Having said that...

I found the storyline to be a bit more science fiction with the mad doctor and the return of the cold war in order to breed soldiers that have claws for hands, and steel teeth. It had absolutely nothing to do with Annya archealogy endeavours whatsoever

I've often found myself saying that we need less of Garin and Roux in these stories, but in this case, Garin at least would have been a welcomed relief from dealing with the mad scientist aspect of the story line, and the fact that people were turned into creatures from the black lagoon...ok, so they were actually turned into walking monsters with steel teeth and claws.

Where was the search for a relic? Where was the action that takes place each and every time Annja and her companions find something of value? There was absolutely nothing of value to be found her, and the monster wasn't a monster at all...just another Soviet era creation gone horribly wrong.

I didn't mind the part of Gregor, the spy sent to attempt to bribe Bob, or the fact that the Russian Mafia was involved in the story. Heck, it would have been interesting if the Mafia was chasing Annja and Bob around for a relic they uncovered, instead of working together (sort of).

I'm a bit disappointed in this story...but have never been disappointed in actors.
The Soul Stealer by Bonnie (Posted on 8/4/2016)
Keeps you on the edge of your seat. Another great story!
The Soul Stealer by Angelo (Posted on 5/1/2016)
very easy listening great story line
The soul stealer by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
Kept me glued to the speaker had to finish that night up late but well worth it.
Great Story! by sue (Posted on 5/25/2014)
Don't Sleep on the SOUL STEALER - listened to it the first time and was not into the change in format. Also was longing for more of the side character interplay of the previous stories.......

But one afternoon, I came back to it (while working around the house)- and WOW what a STORY - it is a real plot turner that will have you blown away!!

Go for it - it is worth the purchase - and remember, if you don't like it at first......give it a second try you will not be disappointed.....
The soul stealer by william (Posted on 12/10/2013)
OOOOOOOO!!!!! another nail biter!!! great story. love the voodoo feel of the monster..
Review by Scot Sellers (Posted on 5/23/2013)
The Chronicles of Annja Creed,and its creator,is brilliant writing!!:)
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I really liked how this story turned out. The mystery element that the writer had you in turned out great. The end brought it all together. GA of course does a good job.

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