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Rogue Angel
27 : Phantom Prospect

by Alex Archer
Oct 1, 2011
5 Hours
978-1-59950-805-4
Ages 13+
Intrepid treasure hunters believe they have discovered the final resting place of Fantome, a legendary warship that wrecked off Nova Scotia almost two hundred years ago. She was rumored to have gone down with an extraordinary treasure. But circling beneath the ocean''s surface waits something unbelievable... and terrifying. Some unfortunate divers have encountered a massive, thought-to-be-extinct shark known as the megalodon.

Archaeologist Annja Creed has always had a healthy respect for sharks. But when a researcher friend asks for her help, Annja braves the deep, cold waters of the Atlantic, determined to discover the truth. Instead she finds herself hunting an unknown traitor on a sabotaged ship. With death waiting both above and below the ocean''s surface, Annja must battle her most dangerous enemy yet.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Danny Gavigan, Tony Nam, Julie-Ann Elliot, Christopher Graybill, Elisabeth Demery, Tim Carlin, Nick DePinto, Casie Platt, Terence Aselford, Thomas Keegan, David Coyne, Ken Jackson and Elizabeth Jernigan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Wilson T. Farrier
Dialogue Editors Allison Thomas
Sound Designers Allison Thomas
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Rogue angel by Cynthia (Posted on 10/17/2018)
I love this book you will too
Phantom Prospect by Chris (Posted on 4/24/2017)
Another fun adventure with Annja with an opportunity to learn about great white sharks. Rather fascinating if somewhat suicidal. Not much archeology related stuff in this one. A little more like a weird James Bond kind of story.
Phantom Prospect by Chris (Posted on 4/15/2017)
Annja Creed ends up in a search for an extinct shark known as a Megalodon with her friend Cole Williams, to the salvage of the HMS Fantome, as well as a global conspiracy by a megalomaniac to control the price of oil while also searching for a crucifix that may have been worn by Joan of Arc and gives the wearer immortality.

After watching Cole swim with sharks and believing he was crazy, Annya and Cole Williams fly off to Nova Scotia to search for answers after one Hunter Williams (Cole’s brother) crew is eaten by a shark. Hunter runs a crew of treasure hunters that has been searching for the last known location of the HMS Fantome. Fantome is said to have disappeared after seizing treasures from the White House in 1814.

Hunter’s crew is not all that reliable and too many people onboard his ship knows too much about Annja and the fact that she carries the legendary Joan of Arc sword with her. This includes the female captain of the ship who has her own nefarious background and may be working for the person trying to capture Annja's sword for himself.

*Negative: It is never explained why so many people know about Joan of Arc’s sword being in Annja’s possession, including the megalomaniacs hired helper. My guess is that it was Garin behind the scenes trying his hardest to thwart Annja so that he can find a way to kill her and gain control of Joan of Arc’s sword for himself. I’m hoping that Annja gets a clue soon and realizes how much of a distraction, as well as a danger to her health, Garin really is. At this point in the series, she shouldn’t trust anyone to keep her secret.

The story twists and turns so much that you find yourself having a hard time sorting out the good guys from the bad. When it is all said and done, Annja once again finds someone who is attracted to her, but decides that it is not in his best interests to be around her while she is searching for answers to her own life’s questions.

*Note: The HMS Fantome was actually a ship originally built and operated by the French, and then the British captured it and reflagged it as one of their own. Nice to see that the writer actually did his/her research on the subject and not just toss it in the story as cannon fodder.*
Phantom Prospect by Bonnie (Posted on 10/14/2016)
Great story! A little different from searching for history's monsters but a nice side trip and well worth the listen.
I knew it! by Sharon (Posted on 7/18/2016)
This was good! I was a little skeptic about purchasing this one when I read the reviews; but am glad that I did. I had already figured out what it took others a long time to ponder; and the story line kept it interesting and engaging. I really enjoyed this title.
Phantom prospect by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
Dive for jaws I was a surfer but gave it up to many sharks seen a lot most small but if there are little ones there are big ones. It's crazy when the water gets so cloudy that all you fill is something brush you.
Review by dean (Posted on 2/20/2014)
This one a little too Rogger Moor, James Bond. But ok.
Nanette Savard draws the listener in with a nuanced narration that effectively depicts the suspense throughout by AudioFile Magazine (Posted on 8/20/2013)
Nanette Savard draws the listener in with a nuanced narration that effectively depicts the suspense throughout this installment in the Rogue Angel series. Archaeologist Annja Creed and her Joan of Arc sword come to the aid of two brothers who are searching off the coast of Nova Scotia for a sunken 1814 warship with spoils from the White House. Annja and the treasure-hunting crew face a 40-foot megalodon shark, presumed extinct, and other villains in a story that is voiced by a capable cast and animated with sound effects that enhance the action scenes. However, non-action-oriented background effects, such as ocean waves and mealtime cutlery, are distracting. Still, this is an enjoyable Annja Creed episode. K.C.R. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This is a pretty good story. I was worried at first but it turned into a pretty good story. Didn't have much to do with archeology but that wasn't a negative. Pretty good.

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