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Rogue Angel
34 : Labyrinth

by Alex Archer
Jul 1, 2012
4 Hours
Ages 13+
A book dealer lies imprisoned in a Boston mansion, an IV tube dripping a lethal narcotic cocktail into his veins. In thirty-six hours, he''ll be dead. His final request is to receive a visit from one woman...

It wasn''t the most hospitable invitation she''d ever received. Archaeologist Annja Creed is being rushed to Massachusetts, abducted by a famous environmental terrorist -- a zealot willing to kill anyone who gets in his or the planet''s way. He has taken the book dealer hostage in order to steal a rare and very valuable treatise called the Tome of Prossos. Annja is the key to retrieving the ancient manuscript hidden somewhere deep within the mansion. But the book is well-protected. In order to find it, she must survive the rigors of an elaborate maze. She has only twelve hours to decipher the labyrinth''s sinister secret... a secret that could ensure she never emerges.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Thomas Keegan, Michael John Casey, Christopher Graybill, Thomas Penny, Joe Brack, Jeff Allin, Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Alexander Strain and Tracy Olivera
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Oi. This is a hard one to review. by Rachel (Posted on 11/27/2018)
Listen, the production on this is fantastic. That goes without saying. They did a lot with a not great story. I hate giving this a lower rating because of that. This is a two-star story, but I gave it three for the production.

But I just really don't like this particular writer.

I've listened to two of the books Jon Mertz had written for the series and liked neither. The other one tried to be a Rogue Angel book and failed. This one felt more like he stuck Rogue Angel characters in a completely unrelated Hunger Games-esque novel he was writing and tried to pass it off as a iteration in the series. Annja is thrust in a very implausible situation (like...even by the not-particularly-high standards of RA) with yet another destined-to-be-forgotten love interest, complete with a mad scientist plot straight out of one of Mertz's earlier iterations in the series, the Soul Stealer. The action is fine. If that's your thing, you might like this one. But in my opinion, character and plot wise the whole thing felt more silly than tense and yeah, that GLARING character inconsistency at the end...


there is no way that ending makes sense. If we're supposed to take a certain character at his word, it indicates that Mertz possibly forgot which of the two regulars is after her sword (which is kind of both sad and hilarious).

But from what I can tell, this is literally never referenced again, so I'm just moving on and personally leaving this one out of my personal canon.
Labyrinth by Chris (Posted on 10/14/2017)
Oh brother...that ending twist...oh, boy.

Yeahhhh, I have to agree with Annja, there's something odd about this maze. I can't believe Kessel didn't figure out that Greene would have the maze bugged.

Cocky, much… Oh, please, Archer has Greene expressing remorse? Why?

Seriously? Annja really thought she would be forgiven?? Then hanging around to kiss? Hullo, it's Annja's thirty-fourth adventure (that we've heard about) and Kessel is a Navy SEAL and they never learned the cardinal rule about hanging around in the bad guy's space?
Labyrinth by Bonnie (Posted on 3/30/2017)
Different story line than the previous stories. Annja seemed to do and not do things that she naturally has done in the past. Still a good story but a little shorter than normal.
OMG!!! by Sharon (Posted on 8/31/2016)
I was physically tired when this story ended! This book was typical in that Annja is called to the scene and is always tested to help maintain good; but the way it played out was so atypical that I was drained trying to virtually help Annja through the Maze! I so enjoyed this one, especially the new twist and turns. Good job! If you want to be sitting on the edge of your car seat and remain fully alert; you MUST read this one!
Short and long by Rocky (Posted on 8/24/2014)
The story seemed to written for a different character and then altered to be a Rogue Angel title. The beginning was a bit tedious because of the same sort of things happening over and over again. Still it gets 4 out of 5 because the final chapter picked things up for a very exciting climax.

The little post-script tag added to the end was so completely out of character for Annja's Mentor Roux that I chose to dismiss it.

I felt a little cheated that the playing time was only 4 hours.
Review by K (Posted on 8/10/2014)
I read this book and found it a bit of a slow read but G.A. did a great job making it exciting.
Review by Tina (Posted on 7/11/2014)
This one not bad, dont know if the author had read the ones leading up to this one. I just cant see the one who sets this up being the one who did it. Doesnt fit with the charater. Other than that good.
Labyrinth by robert (Posted on 6/11/2014)
This one was really good like the clues that she found
Labyrinth by Martin (Posted on 1/17/2014)
Expected more and less. Lots of plot twists and story line inconsistencies. Need more Annja as champion, not victim.
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I don't know if this is the last story that this author(Jon Mertz of the six) will be writing or what but this one took you on a looonnnggg journey. It seemed he took a lot of the things and situations from a lot of the books he had wrote and brought them all back for her to fight again. That isn't a bad thing but it seemed it just went on and on and on. As in the last book he wrote the bad guy gets away and then comes back to find her at the very end. Also, I don't believe the very end. This is totally out of character for the person. You'll have to listen to the whole thing to hear what I'm talking about. I don't want to give anything away. But He has never showed any of this and then all of a sudden in this one story he does. I didn't find that very true to his character for the last 33 books. None the less I move on to the next one. GA done a fine job. I'm sure this one was a hard one to dramatized seeing that it didn't include many characters and more walking and running then anything else. They pulled it off. 5 stars to the person who wrote the script he had the hard part in this one.

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