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Rogue Angel
3 : The Spider Stone

by Alex Archer
Apr 1, 2007
6 Hours
978-1-59950-318-9
Ages 13+
In the crumbling remains of a tunnel that was part of the Underground Railroad, a mysterious artifact reveals one of the darkest secrets of Africa''s ancient past. Intrigued by the strange, encrypted stone, archaeologist Annja Creed opens a door to a world-and a legend-bound by a fierce and terrible force. She is not alone in her pursuit of the impossible.

A bloodthirsty African warlord, and an international corporate magnate exploiting a land, a culture and a people, are equally anxious to stake their claim on the relic''s unknown power. Annja''s odyssey deep into the primeval jungles of Senegal becomes a desperate race to stop those eager to unleash the virulence of the Spider God...
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Terence Aselford, Richard Rohan, Jeff Baker, David Coyne, Ken Jackson, Vanessa Maroney, James Konacek, Delores King Williams, James Lewis, Dylan Lynch, Thomas Penny, Sunny Lasskey, Bruce Rauscher, and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Casey Jones
Dialogue Editors Chris Rohan and Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Chris Rohan and Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Rogue Angel fantasy by Richard (Posted on 7/14/2017)
Not a bad story. Fast and loose with the real world, however. Grenades blow holes in ground but do no frag damage. Oh, and the lib lie regarding sharks still following the 'route slave ships travelled' looking for bodies to eat was featured in episode 3. Some decent portrayals by the usual suspects at GA but, to misquote a noted philosopher...'liberalism is strong in this one' and not to the betterment of the tale.
The Alchemist! by Sharon (Posted on 5/2/2017)
This story demonstrates how the earth aligns to allow things to happen as the Powers meant for them to be. This was a feel good story that just happened in Annja Creed's fashion with lots of excitement and mystery. I enjoyed this book so much that I have listened to it twice. Good title!
Good production by Brian (Posted on 2/13/2017)
Good production like all the rogue angels books. But I just did get into it was well as I have others in the series.
Rogue Angel: The Spider Stone by Roger (Posted on 2/10/2017)
Great story but not as good as the first two.
The Spider Stone by Chris (Posted on 11/25/2016)
For a fan of the series, the ghost writer does an excellent job of pacing, yet manages to keep the pressure on for the various characters in this novel. Annja has to deal with a bunch of unknowns, and often has to rely on luck for finding the clues. The author manages to integrate these clues without making them feel convenient, keeping the storyline moving along in a natural way.
The action sequences were well written, and I found myself being able to picture them as I listened to the audio. As for characterization, I felt more comfortable with Annja in this novel than I did in the second installment. She was quick on her feet and avoided the uncharacteristic doubt that we saw in the second book. You really can't afford hesitation when you are dealing with a bunch of people that want you dead.
I found myself considering possible motives for each character as well as the chance that they might be colluding to get Annja to achieve some mutual goals.
The Spider Stone is an excellent example of why I love this series.
Spider Stone by Susan McConnachie (Posted on 11/8/2016)
another good story and a lot of information in it, lets face it most of the stories are so good
The Spider Stone by Bonnie (Posted on 2/26/2016)
Another great story! The history shows the ties of different cultures blending together. The performers really bring the story to life. Looking forward to the next one!
Book 3 by justin (Posted on 12/8/2015)
This is my favorite book of the series so far
Rogue Angel: The Spider Stone by Tracey (Posted on 7/29/2015)
Graphic audio is awesome. The different layers of sound effect, voices, music its just great. Like being in a movie theater. Will listen to others.
Review by Angelo (Posted on 7/22/2015)
Good story great acting
post on: 6-20-15, 2:28 AM by roger (Posted on 6/20/2015)
love it, love it love it! Good job one the ones I've heard so far. You all really bring those characters to life-and the added layers with sounds and music-
Good Listen by Charles (Posted on 3/2/2015)
Love the voice acting in this series. Another good story. I find myself researching these legends online. They are based on real stories.
loved it by Cassandra (Posted on 2/1/2015)
loved this adaptation makes my work night go fast
want more book by Eugene (Posted on 10/8/2014)
I never thought I'd miss listening to many books
The spider stone by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
Great voice match for the characters love the store behind Anna.
Great Story! by sue (Posted on 5/25/2014)
This is the story which captured my heart. It is so rare for Africa or Africans to be in any type of dramatic story without being the comic relief. This is a well written piece with excellent character acting (NO Buffonery here!)

Kudos to the team at Graphic Audio for bringing the dignity to the work!
Rogue Angel 3 : The Spider Stone by Tanner (Posted on 4/22/2014)
Loved it as i have all of Rogue Angels books that I have listened to so far.
One of the better stories in the RA series by Brandon (Posted on 3/10/2014)
I really enjoyed this one! It had a perfect amalgam of flavor, action and pacing. In some stories, Annja can be a bit over the top. There was a moment in this story where I had to just grin and wait out the improbables (there is an explanation for why she has quasi-superhuman strength and agility, but it's still pushed to the extreme at times...honestly, I can buy the sword premise, but the ÜberAnnja can be a little much).
That said, the story was rich with history and archaeology. The characters were well-fleshed and well-portrayed by the GA staff. I have listened to a half dozen or more of the series and this is in my top three.
Review by Anne Harris (Posted on 5/23/2013)
As a woman listener I enjoy the bi-play between characters, and the way Annja thinks. Its good to see her strength, although some of the feats of agility are dramatic enough, they sometimes push the limits of credibility. Of course that could be because its 30 or so years since I had a body that could perform even half as well;-). I'm recommending her series to other gals who drive and get a little tired of the testosterone laden volumes. Thanks
Review by Vikki Sorel (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I really liked this one. The series just hasn't found it's footing yet. The production, however, is excellent and Ms. Delany is the perfect Annja Creed.
Review by Joe Montreal (Posted on 5/23/2013)
i didn't enjoy the story as much as Destiny or Solomon's Jar. The GA production was great, but i felt the story was lacking.
Review by Daniel Monson (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This was the first Graphic Audio production that I bought and listened to. It was great for the 16 hour drive that I had to finish up. I really enjoyed the format with multiple voices to keep it interesting and fresh. Also good story line to follow it up.
Review by Raynor Moore (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Favorite so far too... I feel like Anja finally hit her stride. For a while, before she had the sword and when it was still new to her... being the Champion for good and all... my imagination was worn a little thin by the sheer number of rather absurd fights she was getting into. In this entry I felt comfortable in the story-action groove
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This is a good story with a great plot line and good fight scenes. Very little cussing. I hope this continues. No sex scenes or almost scenes as with the last book. If this continues I might listen to the rest. You can tell the difference in the authors of the books. Alex archer is a name used by 2-4 different authors for this series. Mel Odom wrote this one and another wrote the previous one. More cussing and sensual scenes with the other author. GA does a superb job as always. I think the music score could be better. Sound effects and acting is good.

Review by Chris Nardone (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Another well-done adaptation. Look forward to more Rogue Angel titles.
Review by Joseph Nolan (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Favorite GA Rogue Angel title thus far! Great voice acting, and Colleen Delany is perfect as Annja! From a burial site in the deep south to a massive train wreck in the African savannah, this GA production was great! Recommended!

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