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Rogue Angel
56 : The Mortality Principle

by Alex Archer
Dec 28, 2015
5 Hours
Ages 13+
When legend becomes deadly reality…

In Prague researching the legend of the Golem, a fantastical "living" creature made of clay, archaeologist Annja Creed is faced with an even bigger mystery on her hands when someone begins murdering the homeless. And every day there's a fresh corpse.

As the suspicion that Golem is behind the deaths circulates quietly on the streets of the city, Annja cannot resist unraveling the thread that binds science to superstition. According to Czech history, these aren't new attacks. They're part of a greater pattern of murders that have gone unacknowledged over centuries. And now Annja is the next target. Unless she can find the real monster behind the myth…before it finds her.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Colleen Delany as Annja Creed, Richard Rohan as Roux, Terence Aselford as Garin. With Michael Glenn, Gregory Linington, James Lewis, Paul Reisman, Eva Wilhelm, Lily Beacon, Matthew Bassett, Elizabeth Jernigan, Christopher Graybill, Bradley Smith and Andy Clemence
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Patrick Stratton
Sound Designers Patrick Stratton
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


The Mortality Principle by Bonnie (Posted on 7/27/2018)
Great story. Annja always finds a mystery everywhere she goes and the legend of the Golem would be intriguing to her. Roux and Garrin add additional mystery.
pleasantly surprised by rafael (Posted on 12/23/2016)
I liked this story because it wasn't the same thing. Annja didn't have to fight some person trying to rule or take over the world. It was a mystery.
On the Bubble by Daniel (Posted on 4/18/2016)
Need a double rating system:
4 headphones for Story
5 headphones for Production

This one was okay,I just kept feeling bad for Annja and really really kept hoping she could get amazing footage to kept Chasing History Monsters going. I love the fact that this is one where she DOES chase a monster and not just some artifact. I wish there were more stories of mystic, myth and real monsters.

I got kind of lost with the whole monster/golem thing at the end. I feel like I keep missing something when they try to explain what or who it is. I wished that the past story covered the making of the monster rather than the discovery of the monster. I can thing of better ones BUT for an okay story for a rainy train ride its perfect.
The mortality principle by robert (Posted on 1/22/2016)
Love Anna cread
Intriguing New Take on the Golem Legend by Joseph Baneth Allen (Posted on 1/18/2016)
Just finished listening to "Rouge Angel #56 - The Mortality Principle" released by Graphic Audio.
Mom and Dad always love listening to the adventures of Annja Creed..
Annja finds herself in perhaps precarious of her television career as the host of Chasing History's Monsters. The cable network that produces the show has been bought and the new owners want to bring the show more into the 21st Century with live podcasts, hashtags, membership voting on where Annja should explore next; and all the seeming cool Social Media stuff to make the show more profitable, otherwise the plug will be pulled and Chasing History's Monsters will be canceled.
So Annja finds herself in Prague, attempting to bring new life and a new way to hook viewers into the already much covered legend of the Golem. She soon finds herself investing a series of gruesome murders of Prague's homeless who a freelance journalist has linked to the Golem based on the eyewitness accounts of two survivors of the killer's attacks.
Roux and Garin also have their own reasons for being in Prague. They have encountered the killer in the past, and it seems so did Mary Shelly, briefly.
Yet, the real identity of the killer is a shocking one. Like Roux and Garin, and Annja - who now realizes that Joan's Sword is making her immortal too - the killer is also immortal, but also insane due to the inability to communicate to other humans, even though - spoiler alert - he has shed his mortal body.
A grand, sweeping adventure in the Rouge Angel series!
Strongly Recommended!
Five Stars!

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