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Rogue Angel
35 : Fury's Goddess

by Alex Archer
Aug 1, 2012
6 Hours
Ages 13+
On the outskirts of the recently developed and prosperous city of Hyderabad, India, a new and luxurious housing complex has arisen. But several residents have been found brutally murdered. Some believe the killer is a rogue tiger. Others whisper that it is the work of the servants of Kali, the Hindu goddess of death.

Her feet are barely on Indian soil when archaeologist Annja Creed finds herself swept up in Hyderabad''s modern prosperity. But something about the recent spate of killings seems unusual and Annja begins to dig deep for answers. Instead, she finds herself taken prisoner and held in a maze of ancient caves. She''s being held captive by a cult of thieves who are under the thrall of a charismatic leader.

In only a few short hours, Annja is to be sacrificed -- unless she can channel the vengeance of the goddess Kali herself...

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Director & Cast

Director Colleen Delany and Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Richard Rohan, Daniel Sonntag, Bradley Smith, Terence Aselford, Kimberly Gilbert, Thomas Keegan, Ken Jackson and Nathanial Perry
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers and Johann Dettweiler
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Fury's Goddess by Chris (Posted on 10/14/2017)
Right off the bat, this just doesn't sound right. A cop who meets Annja at the airport and asks for her help with this investigation? I don't think so. Sure, if he had any idea who Annja really was and how very capable she is---he might want to pick her brain or, god forbid, ask for her help under the table. But to come right out with it? No.

What's with Pradesh's comment about one of them [Frank or Annja] being less than culturally perceptive? I have to assume he's referring to Frank because Annja is a complete one-eighty from that remark. Then there's Pradesh's comments about attending these sort of lavish parties and his comfort level with them. An inspector? A lowly inspector? I don't think so. Why isn't any of these raising warning signs for Annja? Why would Dunraj want Annja to take time out to explore the tourist attractions of the city when there's a man-eating tiger on the loose? Oh, please, no one suspects him when he gets into the ambulance? Annja just allows him to change her IV bag?? What drugs is this girl on?

While I enjoyed the repartee between Annja and Dunraj, the way she keeps getting caught and her mounting inabilities to grasp the sword just don't feel right. Doesn't feel like an Annja story.

This was a mish-mash of clever back-and-forth and half-assed concepts. It's definitely a Saturday afternoon at the movies kind of series, but this one just doesn't work for me with its convoluted plans within plans.
Fury's Goddess by Bonnie (Posted on 8/2/2017)
Great story filled with lots of action. Many twists in the story makes it interesting and exciting!
My first ra!!! by Meagan (Posted on 12/17/2014)
I went to India in a study abroad while I was getting my bachelors degree in art history. My husband loves this series so he picked this one to drag me into the fandom.

He succeeded! The acting is awesome, the story is rich, and the author did his homework on the facts of the region and artifacts. Amazing!!!

Must buy!!!
Yay Frank! by Rocky (Posted on 8/24/2014)
I loved the new character of "Frank the Camera-man"

Fun story with lots of twists and turns, betrayals and hidden truths. I was constantly reminded of "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom"

Thoroughly enjoyed this one.
Fury s goddess by robert (Posted on 6/11/2014)
Good but not the best. Follow this series and the series is great waiting for 47 now
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I'm giving this four stars even though I do not much care for the author of this one. The story turned out good even though the bad guy keeps on disappearing. Element of twins was neat but crazy too. Everything else was good. I really like Frank. I wish some of the other authors would use him. He was pretty cool. I think he would be a good character to keep around. Other than his hormone problem. GA done good. I'm down to three left so far until more come out. I've listened to all 35 so far back to back. 36 here I come. It's wrote by my favorite author Mel Odom.

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