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Rogue Angel
2 : Solomon's Jar

by Alex Archer
Mar 1, 2007
6 Hours
Ages 13+
Rumors of the discovery of Solomon''s Jar-in which the biblical King Solomon bound the world''s demons after using them to build his temple in Jerusalem-are followed with interest by Annja Creed. An archaeologist intrigued by the arcane, Annja pursues the truth about the vessel and its ancient origins.

Her search leads her to a confrontation with a London cult driven by visions of a new world order; and a religious zealot fueled by the insatiable desire for glory. Across the sands of the Middle East to the jungles of Brazil, Annja embarks on a relentless chase to stop humanity''s most unfathomable secrets from reshaping the modern world.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Terence Aselford, Richard Rohan, Jeff Baker, David Coyne, Ken Jackson, James Konicek, Bruce Roucher, and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Casey Jones
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry and Temesgen Wubneh
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry and Temesgen Wubneh
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Dan Sondak and Nathanial Perry
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Rogue Angel by Michael (Posted on 1/28/2019)
Love this series, great stores with a new twist everrime
Good follow-up by ZJ (Posted on 8/23/2018)
This second title in the Rogue Angel series is a good follow-up to the first. I'm not sure if it's slightly better than the first or not. It's hard to compare, as the first book had to do the setup necessary for future entries in the series. In this second Rogue Angel story, we begin to see how the responsibility of being chosen as the wielder of Joan's sword weighs on Anja. It adds a bit of depth to the character and is the most interesting part of this story. It seems like cults may be a recurring thing in the series. I suppose Lesauvage and his people from the first story may not definitively be a cult, but they're cult adjacent at least.

Colleen Delany and Richard Rohan both continue their excellent performances in this second story, and the rest of the actors provide great supporting performances. The production was typically excellent. I didn't really find anything to nitpick in this production as I did with the first entry in the series.

Solomon's Jar is a fun follow-up to the first title in the series, and if you liked Destiny, you'll probably also enjoy this second Rogue Angel story.
good listen by David (Posted on 2/17/2018)
so a jar that has demons trap in it with lots of people after it will the jar get in the right hands that will be for you to decide surprise ending . not as good as the first book but still some action with a new friend that is stumped
Solomon's Jar by Richard (Posted on 2/12/2018)
This is the fourth RA adventure that I've listened to. I picked up "The Devil's Chord" and "Day of Atonement" at a truck stop in Kansas driving to California over the Christmas holiday. I enjoyed both, but did not understand some things (like how she got the sword...just basic stuff). So I've ordered several RA adventures after getting home. "Destiny" answered my questions, and now I was able to fully understand and appreciate "Solomon's Jar." The characterizations were superb, and the scenes well set audibly, particularly in Israel. I did enjoy the romance, however brief, between Anna and her British fellow archaeologist. And in my basic Ford Edge audio system, the sound effects when she fights are simply superb! Well done. I'm ready to start "The Spider Stone" my next drive.
Rogue Angel: Solomon'so Jar by Roger (Posted on 2/10/2017)
Another great RA title. A wonderful continuation from the first book.
A Human Delimma! by Sharon (Posted on 8/11/2016)
I had purchased this book some time ago and missed listening to it. Listened to it yesterday and I loved it. Solomon's Jar allowed me to really understand the emotions behind the responsibility of having Joan's sword. I liked how this book allowed the listener to really get to know Annja and how the affect that carrying the sword has on all of her decisions and even her judgement of herself. I enjoyed this book and it kept me interested. Good job!
Solomon's Jar by Bonnie (Posted on 2/26/2016)
Destiny was a great beginning to Rogue Angel. Solomon's Jar builds on Annja learning about the sword and growing into her "destiny". History references are interesting and the story line is awesome. Great book!
Book 2 by justin (Posted on 12/8/2015)
Another really good book
Rogue Angel 2: Solomon's Jar by Chris (Posted on 10/25/2015)
The jar was so not what I was expecting... Annja's adventures take her to countries around the Mediterranean in search of archeological proof of how Solomon built his temple. It's Saturday afternoon at the movies, Indiana Jones-style.
Solomons Jar by Joe (Posted on 7/31/2015)
I liked Destiny, a lot, but I loved Solomon's Jar. the characterization of Annja is well played out in this story. the history again is well done. Bravo Gaphic Audio. Bravo.
Rogue Angel The lost Scrolls by Tracey (Posted on 7/29/2015)
Love Annja's character and all the rest as well. Great plot the action keeps you coming back.
RA 2 Review by Angelo (Posted on 7/22/2015)
Great story Fun to listen to
Solomons jar by Erik (Posted on 4/10/2015)
Great story. Recommended
Not as good as the first one by James (Posted on 3/16/2015)
I still loved the story, but it wasn't quite as good as the first one. But I think that in a series like Rogue Angel you are bound to have a few that aren't quite as good every now and then. Still worth the listen though.
Good listen by Charles (Posted on 3/2/2015)
Good story to listen to while driving down the road.
awesome by Heather (Posted on 2/27/2015)
Love this series
Smoke and mirrors by Genevieve (Posted on 2/21/2015)
This is one of my favorite books in the Rogue Angel series as of yet. The Israel setting and the love interest pulled me in.
ROGUE ANGEL 2 : Solomon's Jar by Donald (Posted on 1/11/2015)
Annja Creed is at her best and tough, intelligent and sexy as usual. Annja part would be tough to match up in Hollywood but I have a few in mind. Good work guys
Love the book by Eugene (Posted on 10/8/2014)
Great book. I want to listen to more.
Fan by GA (Posted on 8/4/2014)
A great follow up
Solomon's jar by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
Fast pace great action keep them coming.
Great Story! by sue rock (Posted on 5/25/2014)
I really enjoy these stories - the main character is very interesting, however the interplay between her and the supporting characters of the story is worth listening to!
Rogue Angel 2 : Solomon's Jar by Tanner (Posted on 4/22/2014)
Picked this title up at the truck stop and loved it.
Great Sequel! by Brandon (Posted on 12/5/2013)
This was my second Rogue Angel story and I am hooked. There are plenty of illogical happenings, but I am able to suspend my disbelief because the heroine is such a fleshed-out believable character. It is so easy to slip into her boots and feel like you're emotionally invested in the outcome.
The casting is perfect. The slightly cynical narration is PERFECT. The narration really sells the story.
Great by N (Posted on 11/22/2013)
Loved it, want to hear more.
rogue angel solomans jar by william (Posted on 10/22/2013)
Second story I ordered from series. Amazing characters and plot , I will definitely be ordering more!!!
Review by Joe Montreal (Posted on 5/23/2013)
awesome. terrific. (high praise)
Review by Everett Elam (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I really loved the second Rogue Angel for a number of reasons. First, it was pretty fast paced and the historical beasties and stuff in it were pretty interesting. Secondly, you can't help but love chain-smoking old women cultist people! *grins* And finally, the humor in it was so real and great that it makes you feel like this might not be a story after all. Great book!
Review by Chris Nardone (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Another engrossing, action-packed entry.
Review by Joseph Nolan (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Great follow up to Destiny! Recommended!

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