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Rogue Angel
47 : River of Nightmares

by Alex Archer
Aug 1, 2014
5 Hours
Ages 13+
The secrets of the dead inspire the deadly intent of the living on the banks of the Amazon…

Deep in the Amazon jungle, a tribe holds the key to the truest form of dreaming—where the human spirit walks the petal-thin line between life and death. In an elaborate ceremony, the dreamer ingests a toxic brew, then submerges herself in an herbal bath that turns human skin a vivid shade of midnight-blue. And the experience changes the dreamer forever….

Archaeologist Annja Creed has a full crew in tow as her TV show, Chasing History's Monsters, prepares for an in-depth exploration of the rain forest's most guarded secrets—including a magical child and a slothlike beast with two mouths and a single eye. But an opportunity to tread off the beaten path proves too tempting to ignore, and Annja leads her crew into an uncharted world that's both alien and dangerous—a world that attracts the morally corrupt with promises of wealth and power. A world that will steal the one thing Annja needs to survive: herself.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Richard Rohan, David Jourdan, Tim Carlin, Andy Brownstein, Yasmin Tuazon, David Coyne, Laura C. Harris, Tim Getman, Christopher Scheeren, James Lewis, Sasha Olinik, Eric Messner, KenYatta Rogers, Michael Glenn, Jefferson A. Russell, Nora Achrati, Gary Telles, Terence Aselford and Ken Jackson
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Alexandra Wittenberg
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers and Thomas Hogan
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


River of Nighmares by Bonnie (Posted on 12/28/2017)
Good story. Interesting to have Roux involved in the whole story. Annja didn't seem to be up on her fighting or winning. The ending was not as exciting as other books but still worth the listen.
Annja...Annja! by Sharon (Posted on 11/5/2016)
This story had me talking out loud and asking Annja, "what the hell are you thinking?" I was so reverted and on edge with this story. I thought she was just too trusting, and then too stupid... and then ultimately, just Annja Creed. This is a good book to listen to, but I must warn you that you will not want to turn it off. Good story.
good read. by dewayne (Posted on 11/20/2015)
Real good story. Only prob is the story just kinda ends. But up to that point, really good.
Review by K (Posted on 1/4/2015)
This title was really good, fast paced and lots of suspense.
rogue angel by craig (Posted on 11/6/2014)
Listened to a few others realy excited about this one...
Gritty and in your face by Amber (Posted on 9/27/2014)
I enjoyed listening. Roux's part in it was a little off to me because he came off as kind of meddling in Annja's affairs and over all he really didnt help her much. His part seemed a bit forced but when it comes the rest it was great. I like how the writer doesn't soften the blow or put on kid gloves but dives right in...
Weird by Wayne (Posted on 9/22/2014)
This one was weird. It had a lot of different stuff and I really didn't understand Roux in this one. Normally he is pretty tough himself but once again Annja is fighting staying conscious. Roux shows up and they both get whipped. The end is kinda strange too. None the less it takes you along a lot of twists and turns. Hopefully the authors get out of this strain of annya getting her butt kicked and let her get back to her glory days of beating everybody. I like her fighting and using the sword. The mystery is fine but let her fight.
River of nightmares by robert (Posted on 9/2/2014)
Very strange twists on the natives drug use to start the dreams.was a good book fun to read.
Gotta love that Annja Creed by Anthony (Posted on 8/27/2014)
As always, I could not tear myself away from this great audio book. I spend many hours behind the windshield traveling, so I started listening to my Graphic Audio books as a way to pass the time. I now find myself wanting to spend more time driving, just so I can continue to listen to these great stories. I would highly suggest the Rogue Angel books to everyone that loves a good story which has the perfect mix of real world, fiction, and excitement! I can't get enough!! Keep them coming Alex!!
Great Pulp Fun! by Joseph (Posted on 7/30/2014)
Just finished listening to "Rouge Angel - River of Nightmares" released by Graphic Audio.
Mom and Dad used to love listening to the latest adventures of Annja Creed and I know that they would have loved this one because it shed some light on the origins of the mystical sword Annja inhereted from Joan of Arc.
Annja has managed to convince her producer Doug to fund an expedition to the Amazon Rainforest where they hope to film natives recounting their encounters with the mythical beasts of the forest a magical child with backward feet and a slothlike beast with two mouths and a single eye.
Despite having to chase down a teenage girl who stole her camera man's equipment bag, all things to be going well for Annja and her Chasing History's Monsters crew.
Circumstances got them an upgraded boat complete with a trustworthy captain who knows of a tributary where a village with no name would make for excellent filming.
All goes well until Annja decides to barter a cherished wristwatch for a dreaming experience with the village shaman. The ritual bath purification process before someone dreams a true dream, turns Annja blue.
She dreams of Joan of Arc, of Rue, and of the sword's original owner, King Charlemane....all of who impart knowledge and cautions to her.
Meanwhile Rue is troubled...his empathic link with Annja warns him that she's in deadly danger and may not survive.
While Rue flies into the Amazon to track Annja down, two college students/militant environmentilists draw Annja into a confrontation with a pharmacutical company owner who may or may not be what he claims he is. After the meeting, her crew is delibrately poisioned by the pharm company owner and Annja herself may not survive.
Great Pulp Adventure!
Highly Recommended!
Five Stars!

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