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Rogue Angel
13 : Gabriel's Horn

by Alex Archer
Dec 1, 2008
5 Hours
Ages 13+
The stranger could be insane. Or he just might be our salvation. Archaeologist Annja Creed is more than curious when a decrepit, ancient-looking man visits her, claiming the end of the world is near. The stranger spins wild tales and speaks as if he actually knew King Arthur. But, strangest of all, he insists that Annja is the only one who can stop the horrible event that is about to happen. When Annja''s mentor and friend Roux goes missing, she quickly realizes there may be something to the stranger''s stories. Making her way through the dark and violent underbelly of Istanbul, Annja must find her missing friend and the Holy Grail before the relic gets into the wrong hands. She may not fully believe the fate of the world is on the line, but she doesn''t really want to die finding out.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Terence Aselford, Richard Rohan, Jeff Baker, Christopher Graybill, Barbara Pinolini, Peter Stray, Lily Beacon, Michael Glenn, David Coyne, James Lewis, Sunny Lasskey, Jason Stiles, Steven Carpenter, Dylan Lynch, Mort Shelby, James Konicek, Michael Replogle, Ken Jackson, and Chris Rohan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Shirl Hayes
Dialogue Editors Bryan Patton and Chris Rohan
Sound Designers Bryan Patton and Chris Rohan
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Bryan Patton, Nathanial Perry, Chris Rohan and Johann Dettweiler
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


A Wild Ride from Start to Finish by Rachel (Posted on 11/28/2018)
Listen, I don't know how the GA crew do it. I've been listening to a lot of audio drama lately and every single one of these episodes is the amount of content you could expect from a single season of a serialized fiction podcast. And there's fifty-friggin-nine of these dang things.

Gabriel's Horn is now one of my favorite RAs. I'd say that the artifact for this one takes a bit of a backseat to the characters, which is fine, in my opinion. A more character-driven story is welcome in my book because the characters are really what attracted me to Rogue Angel in the first place. The book starts with Annja and Garin's first real(-ish) "date" (which has some awesome development of his character and his past), before jumping headfirst in the normal RA artifact-chasing craziness with a couple cool new characters that I really enjoyed (Jennifer was an absolute queen, and I'm sad that the nature of these books means we'll most likely never see her again. But she was super well acted as well as written).

Ultimately, if you care more about the action and have little interest with the three "leads" and their relationships with each other, you might not like this one. There's a lot of analysis of them as a screwed up little found family, which is something I wish more RA would dwell on. The book is written almost like a finale to something, though I'm not sure what--basically the equivalent of a first season finale, I suppose. I would list this one as one of the "must listens" of the series to understand the characters.

Production, as always, is fire. Some of the musical riffs, especially the one at the very end, are fantastic, and it almost makes me wish I could get a soundtrack.
The Female Gaze by Catdaddy (Posted on 8/25/2018)
Though clearly billed as an action series, GraphicAudio appears to have aimed "Rogue Angel" at a largely female demographic. This narrative is somewhat more focused on romance than action. It is, of course, a thinly-veiled take on "Tomb Raider."

Here, the female gaze is clearly present; Anya dithers about what to wear for a date, or coos after an expensive evening dress. This story, however, surely transcends gender: the characters are terrific, and it is always a joy to hear Colleen Delaney's voice performances.

The sound design as well, is excellent. In one battle (at four hours five minutes in) details of the fight from the narrative are present in the background even if you don't notice them immediately – a scrape of a truck passing by, wheels fighting for traction, etc. It adds an almost subliminal level of intensity.

The drama is it typical PG-13. It has a sizable body count (largely of Bad Guys), but no sex and very little language.
Gabriel's Horn by Chris (Posted on 1/24/2017)
Mystery and storyline were great. Great pace and this book had a lot of character development involving Annja, Garin, and Roux both personally and as a family. It ranks high up there for favorites in the series so far. Who was Charlie?
Who is this Charlie guy?? by Brandon (Posted on 1/11/2017)
Another great installment in the ongoing adventures of Annja Creed, butt-kicking archaeologist and wielder of destiny!
The production values are top notch. The background audio was not overbearing and certainly added a layer of depth to the experience. The voice acting was superb. I feel like I know these characters!
My only beef with the story was Charlie. He just seemed a tad...much. Ok, ok, I know what you're thinking. How is that "too much" when you have someone wielding Joan d'Arc's sword and two blokes that are 500 years old? Simply put, I like my Rogue Angel with Annja, Roux, Garin and whatever MacGuffin they are pursuing. To throw in someone like Charlie, with so little explanation of who/what he is, well...it was a stretch.
However, don't let that dissuade you from listening! It was great!
Gabriel's Horn by Bonnie (Posted on 8/4/2016)
A great cast of characters! This story gives you more background on Garrin and Roux, which adds to their depth. The addition of Charlie builds on the mystery of the sword and Annja's destiny. Great story!
Gabriel's Horn by Angelo (Posted on 5/1/2016)
great story plan and simple
Gabriel's Horn by Susan (Posted on 1/24/2016)
What can I say? Love Garrin and Roux in this story. I miss them when they aren't in a story. And Charlie hope to hear him again, very intriguing and leaves you wanting to hear more of him. An Angel or someone as old as Garin and Roux or older, very good...Very good acting
FAN by GA (Posted on 8/4/2014)
This is where the series hits its stride. This one is so good my wife finally loves the series! We listen to GA productions every night while lying in bed and now she is invested in listening to the entire series like we have done with DeathLands, The Serano Legacy, Vatta's War, Rogue Clone and Eagles. We have been waiting for a new true SCIFI series and this will definitely fill the void!. Keep the great productions coming GA.
Gabriel's horn by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
Great story that's all I can say.
Great Story! by sue (Posted on 5/25/2014)
Oh my goodness what a tender powerful story......We are back with Roux and Garen and Anja (thank You!) and you will never believe how the story unfolds.....Your heart will yearn and your excitement will soar as you travel the rollercoaster ride of emotions with this impactful work.

If you love the Rogue Angel series (as I do) this story will not disappoint!
gabriels horn by william (Posted on 12/10/2013)
Love this story !!!! Garrin and Roux's characters play heavily in this one. Its good to see all the character relationships evolving.
This program benefits tremendously from the high-production values and assembled casts that have become a trademark of the series by AudioFile Magazine (Posted on 8/19/2013)
When sexy archaeologist Annja Creed is visited by an ominous stranger who claims the Apocalypse is at hand, she isn't immediately sold. However, after a close friend vanishes, she comes to accept the stranger's prophecy as gospel and convinces herself that he is the key to eternal salvation. This program benefits tremendously from the high-production values and assembled casts that have become a trademark of the series, which combines easy-to-love protagonists with easy-to-revile antiheroes in a way that might seem clichéd in any other medium. However, the abundance of over-the-top special effects and semitransparent performances only serve to make this recording all the more enjoyable as it transmits as good-old-fashioned radio theater to the max. L.B.
Review by William Wiggins (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Roux and Garin are central characters in this story, which has been missing at times. Their relationship with Annja and each other is why I liked this series in the beginning. Memorable character voices, good humor, and great action all combine to make this one of my favorite Rogue Angel books. Think you will be well pleased with this one!!
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Most assuredly 5 stars on this one. The mix of Roux and Garin with Annja was great. A great story. Good job GA.

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