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Rogue Angel
19 : Seeker's Curse

by Alex Archer
Jan 1, 2010
5 Hours
Ages 13+
Enlisted by the Japan Buddhist Federation to catalog a number of ancient shrines dotted across Nepal, archaeologist Annja Creed is honored to help. Political violence has prompted the Federation to protect holy sites from desecration and vandalism, and Annja is their last hope to properly conserve these sites.

Where there''s vandalism, there''s plundering, and local police soon become suspicious of Annja''s presence. But she is more concerned about the antiques smugglers and Maoist guerrillas trying to kill her. When she must trek high up in the Himalayas to protect a sacred golden Buddha statue from falling into the hands of her pursuers, she''s told that the place is cursed-and guarded by demons. And Annja has no choice but to face her demons...

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Christopher Scheeren, Jonathan Watkins, Joe Brack, Thomas Penny, Mort Shelby, Scott McCormick, Danny Gavigan, Chris Rohan, Richard Rohan, Steven Carpenter, Terence Aselford, Ken Jackson, David Coyne, and Michael John Casey
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Joshua Christiano
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Dan Sondak and Matt Webb
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Rogue Angel : Seeker's Curse by Michael (Posted on 3/7/2017)
First impression is slow. However, the listener must realize the sheer volume of story telling that is presented in this work. The music score was excellent in this effort. Much Kudos for the team that put it together. Note for Mr. Alex Archer: Sir, you can only take a "television personality "Undercover" in the very early works. The work itself cites that Ms. Creed is very well known. A little common sense goes a long way. GA, kudos all around.
Seeker's Curse by Chris (Posted on 3/5/2017)
The Good with the Bad: Whoever the writer of this book was, used the political turmoil in Nepal as the backback drop for this story, which was fine. After all, that is the world we currently reside in. Annja and Pan seemingly are good together, but of course, it doesn't last. Nothing does when it comes to relationships and her job. Another thing I really question now is this. After all this time working as an archaeologist who is known around the globe, and for being famous for hosting the TV show, Annya shouldn't be able to find herself being anyone else but herself. So, when she tries to go undercover, it's a wonder that Enver didn't say, "I know who you really are Ms Creed."

The background of Alexander the Great's trek to collect treasures from across the globe is factual in nature. Just look at what happened to Egypt and the Library of Alexandria. I found myself liking this story, even though the plot sometimes wondered away from it's core. The action is not all that bad, especially when you understand how many people and groups are really after Annja.
Seeker's Curse by Bonnie (Posted on 8/8/2016)
Good story that seemed to stall for a little and then pick up again.
Seeker's Curse by Elise (Posted on 12/17/2014)
This one seemed to go on a little long. It ended well, though.
Seekers curse by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
The story dragged a little but it was a good ending.
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Alright just finished this one. Finally caught up on my reviews. This one has kinda a slow pace and has a twist at the end. I think GA really done a good job with the music on this one. The score really helped.

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