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Rogue Angel
25 : Tribal Ways

by Alex Archer
Jul 1, 2011
6 Hours
Ages 13+
A frigid spring morning at a Native American archaeological dig erupts into sudden and brutal violence, leaving five people dead and one man gravely wounded. And in a hospital, with archaeologist Annja Creed at his side, the last survivor utters his final words to name his killer-a skinwalker.

The skinwalker is feared among the Navajo and Apache. It is witchcraft of a most terrible nature that allows a man to take the shape of a wolf-and kill. But as Annja delves into the mystery of the skinwalker, she finds herself pulled into an underworld of violence and vicious radicals, threaded with legend...and sociopathic intent.

In this world, Annja is unwelcome. And in this world, she could be the creature''s next victim...

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Thomas Penny, Jeff Allin, Thomas Keegan, Lily Beacon, Yasmin Tuazon, Tony Nam, Joseph Thornhill, Kimberly Gilbert, Michael Glenn, M.B. Van Dorn, James Konicek, Greg Gorton, Michael John Casey, Steven Carpenter, Mort Shelby, Richard Rohan, James Lewis, Eric Messner, Elisabeth Demery, Johann Dettweiler, Delores King Williams, Scott McCormick, Ken Jackson and Terence Aselford
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Wilson T. Farrier
Dialogue Editors Allison Thomas and Patrick Stratton
Sound Designers Allison Thomas and Patrick Stratton
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Bryan Patton
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Terrible by K (Posted on 8/16/2018)
This story was terrible. It didn't make much sense and the characters did not act like themselves at all. GA did a great job on their end, but they were working with bad material to start with.
Tribal Ways by Chris (Posted on 4/15/2017)
Annja Creed finds her trip to Oklahoma at the invitation of an old boyfriend, Paul, to consult on a dig changing purpose midstream when the dig is attacked by what Paul describes as a Navajo skinwalker just before he dies.

Well, you know Annja. She decides that her sword set things up so she would be on-scene to investigate not knowing how much more was beneath the surface. As a white-eyes, caught up in a triangle of skinwalker, battling tribal factions, and family dynamics, Annja is in to give a world of hurt as she continues to save it.
Ridiculous by Carlton Noble (Posted on 11/5/2016)
I'm sorry. I have listened to this story for the second time. This has got to be one of the most ridiculous story in the whole series. I thought I might like it better the second time. The whole thing was one big far-fetched tale. Some of the acting seemed so fake. This is really not a very good story line at all. I'm so glad this particular author doesn't write anymore for this series. I hope GA's new stories they are producing do not follow this crazy path, I beg you GraphicAudio do not make these stories far out like this.
Tribal Ways by Bonnie (Posted on 8/27/2016)
Good story that brings in some native american culture. Annja always seemed to be trying to bring people together while trying to avenge her friend's death.
Tribal ways by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
The story was long but wasn't all there till the end a was not well defined.other than that it wasn't to bad.
Tribal ways by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
The story was long but wasn't all there till the end a was not well defined.other than that it wasn't to bad.
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This one was ok. It seemed to veer from the story line really bad. The skinwalker has a very little presence in this story. Its more about radical Native Americans than about the skin walker. The action was decent once it got there and the end was fine but the story seemed to drag on and on with a lot of talking. I missed a lot because I got bored and started doing other things while listening to it. It just doesn't hold your attention. GA done an excellent job as always my rating is just due to the story itself.

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