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Rogue Angel
50 : Celtic Fire

by Alex Archer
Feb 1, 2015
5 Hours
978-1-62851-130-7
Ages 13+
A sword, a stone and a deadly legacy…

The theft of a whetstone from a Welsh museum and the murder of a curate during a grave robbery seem, at first, like random crimes. But the troubling deeds are linked by a precarious thread. An unusual collection of rare and scattered British antiquities has become a target—and the relics' value lies in something much more dangerous than money….

Annja Creed, archaeologist and host of television's Chasing History's Monsters, is in the U.K. when her mentor, Roux, interrupts her sojourn with news of the thefts. He's certain that the thirteen Treasures of Britain are wanted for their rumored power. Roux tasks Annja with locating and protecting the treasures before the wrong person finds them, meaning she must stand against a woman fueled by madness and the fires of her ancient Celt blood—and a sword as powerful and otherworldly as Annja's own.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Casie Platt, Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Matthew Keenan, James Keegan, Scott McCormick, Patrick Bussink, Laura C. Harris, Drew Kopas and Danny Gavigan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Alexandra Wittenberg
Dialogue Editors John Glennon
Sound Designers John Glennon
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Celtic Fire by Bonnie (Posted on 2/19/2018)
Great story! It's a little different for Annja to be fighting someone she doesn't want to kill. It adds a twist to her fight scenes. Roux and Garren add to the storyline. More of Roux's history is revealed.
Welsh Adventure! by Brandon (Posted on 1/11/2017)
This was one of my favorite RA offerings. The story and artifact were compelling, the voice acting of the twins was beautifully done (the Welsh accent wasn't perfect, but pretty darn close!) and the best part, the absolute best part...the touching moments involving Roux. That was masterful and added a substantial layer to his depth throughout the series. He becomes more compelling because of this story. Bravo!
Great story by Angelo (Posted on 5/3/2015)
This is another great story in the series. Great performance by the cast as always.
Like all the others, this one does not disappoint by A-Jay (Posted on 4/17/2015)
This one had me captivated. I usually only listen while I drive, but I found myself unable to wait for the next trip. So I either found reasons to drive somewhere, or listened to it around the house. Usually when a series goes on for this long, it can get boring and stale, but not Rogue Angel. I have enjoyed watching the evolution of Annja's Roux's and Garrin's relationship over the series. Keep them coming...
Great story by Angelo (Posted on 4/15/2015)
Very good story and as always great performance by the cast
Celtic Fire by Beverley (Posted on 4/2/2015)
A great story and also the interaction between Garin and Roux....we don't often see them working together but here we have them working to try and save the Sword of Wales from falling into the wrong hands. This sword is as powerful as Joan of Arc's sword and Annja finds this out in a death defying duel with a crazed Welsh woman who thinks she is the last descendant of the Welsh King Llewellyn.

I would recommend this book to anyone interested in a good read, and as usual there is some history tossed in which makes it even more interesting...so we have suspense, history, and a good read all rolled up in one book. Enjoy!!!!
Celtic fire by robert (Posted on 2/24/2015)
Like the use of the flaming sword good artifact.
A White-Knickle, Gripping Rouge Angel Adventure! by Joseph (Posted on 2/23/2015)
Just finished listening to "Rouge Angel #50 - Celtic Fire" released by Graphic Audio.
"Rouge Angel - Celtic Fire" is noteworthy because its a different sort of adventure for Annja Creed since the person she's fighting against - SPOILER ALERT - can be redeemed from the influences that are corrupting her.
At first, the daring and rather cunningly planned theft of an appaent grind stone from a tourist museum seems puzzling to Annja Creed when she learns about it by visitng the museum while she's on a long overdue vacation in Wales.
A phone call from Garan quickly changes Annja's vacation plans. Roux has called Garan asking for his and Annja's help in reclaiming the deadliest of the lost Thirteen Treasures of Britain from the hiding places - where Roux had hidden them away centuries before.
Roux was spurred into action by the death of a friend who was brutally murdered while guarding the burial place of a mystic celtic sword. The deadly sword appears to be just as powerful and as mystical as Joan-of-Arc's sword - the sword Annja wields when she pulls it out of the otherwhere.
Annja is walking a delicate line between recovering the stolen sword and not killing the innocent soul that is being quickly corrupted by the celtic sword's dark power.
Mom and Dad always loved listening the latest Rouge Angel adventure; and I know that they would have liked this one too.
STRONGLY RECOMMENDED!
FIVE STARS!


The Best! by Melora (Posted on 2/17/2015)
I love the Rogue Angel series and have enjoyed every one of their books, but the interplay between the three main characters was the best in this one. Great plot, too. I look forward to the next 50 books!

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