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Rogue Angel
23 : Sacred Ground

by Alex Archer
Feb 1, 2011
5 Hours
978-1-59950-735-4
Ages 13+
In a land of subzero temperatures and snow-covered vistas, survival is a challenge. But for the Araktak-an isolated and mysterious Inuit people-this harsh tundra is their heritage. Until now. A large mining company has purchased the land, and the sacred Araktak burial site with it. But more than diamond deposits await them under the dark, icy earth...

Contracted by the mining company, archaeologist Annja Creed is to oversee the proper relocation of the burial site. Her job is to ensure that each ancient relic and all human remains are carefully removed. But the sacred ground harbors a terrible secret. One that a powerful group of men intend to unleash on an unsuspecting world-unless Annja can find a way to stop them.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Danny Gavigan, Michael Glenn, Richard Rohan, Scott Mccormick, Mort Shelby, Thomas Keegan, Joseph Thornhill, Christopher Graybill and James Konicek
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Wilson T. Farrier
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Matt Webb, Johann Dettweiler, and Bryan Patton
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Sacred Ground by Chris (Posted on 3/23/2017)
I LOVE this book series because it is a cross between Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider and the main character is always drawn into situations in order to draw out the darkness of the world. However some authors writing under the “Alex Archer” pen name don’t really add much to Annja and the overarching series’ development; Merz seems to be one of the authors. Hopefully Merz will do a better job of writing Annja's character as the strong, supernatural fighter that she is and stop having her seem doubtful of herself and her purpose (as dictated by the sword).
Rogue Angel : Sacred Ground by Michael (Posted on 12/13/2016)
I know it's difficult to do, but Mr. Archer must begin to think either more outside his self-imposed box or be labeled the Louis L'amour of Rogue Angels. The one ding I have to give this work is not an Archer fault but a production fault. Disc 5 4/4: one of the last battle scenes the audio background overwhelms Nanette Savard's voice. Had to play the chapter twice to be able to follow. Drop the sound level of the background please. This is not the first time this has occurred but, one of the most blatant. The second oddity is at the end of the story when the characters are talking in the middle of the winter in the snow filled tundra, birds are chirping in an almost jungle noise background. Attention to detail is what makes Graphic Audio a mile above the rest. Please remind Mr. Brian Rogers of this. Overall, decent.
Sacred Ground by Bonnie (Posted on 8/27/2016)
This story keeps you wondering with the many twists and turns. Great story!
Sacred Ground by Elise (Posted on 12/17/2014)
Lots of twists and turns. Liked this one.
Sacred Ground by Elise (Posted on 12/17/2014)
Lots of twists and turns. Liked this one.
Sacred Ground by Elise (Posted on 12/17/2014)
Lots of twists and turns. Liked this one.
Sacred ground by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
This was good liked the cold climate change. Really made the story from different angle
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
OK! Thats the best I can give. A lot of weird twists to this story. Ends kinda crazy and has stuff that I can't seem to figure out what it has to do with arch. Much better stories than this one. The previous one is simple great. GA does fine but the story was not the best.

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