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Rogue Angel
57 : Mystic Warrior

by Alex Archer
Feb 1, 2016
5 Hours
978-1-62851-225-0
Ages 13+
Uncovering an ancient aristocracy and its hidden secret

Archaeologist and TV show host Annja Creed trades in her dig tools and dirty excavations for the sunny climes of Hollywood. Serving as a prop consultant for a popular TV fantasy series, Annja's enjoying the lights, camera and much less action. Until a scrying crystal is stolen off the set…and it turns out to be something more than a prop.

The crystal, in fact, is a priceless artifact from the period of the Crusades. But in the process of recovering it, Annja discovers something far more valuable: an ancient document that could lead to the lost treasure of the Merovingian kings. Rulers of France's oldest dynasty during the third century AD—predating even Charlemagne—the Merovingians were said to be mystic warriors, armed with the power of God.

But Annja isn't the only one who knows about the document. And now she must face down a malevolent group that's far too familiar with Garin, one of her closest allies. Good thing she shares far more with these mystic warriors than even she could possibly imagine.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Colleen Delany as Annja Creed, Richard Rohan as Roux and Terence Aselford as Garin. With Thomas Keegan, James Konicek, Michael Glenn, Tim Getman, Bill Gillett, Kimberly Gilbert, Andy Brownstein, KenYatta Rogers, Gregory Linington, Tia Shearer, Michael John Casey, Todd Scofield, James Lewis, Dawn Ursula, Ken Jackson, Scott McCormick, Robbie Gay, Elizabeth Jernigan, Yasmin Tuazon, Jacob Yeh, Christopher Walker, David Jourdan and Christopher Graybill
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

Reviews

Mystic Warrior by Bonnie (Posted on 8/10/2018)
The story was great. Garrin always adds interesting twist to the story. I was a little disappointed that there were very few sword fights.
more of the same by rafael (Posted on 1/19/2017)
I guess I'm tired of the same plot all the time. it was more of the same as that's good as far at it goes
Rogue Angel 57 : Mystic Warrior by Michael (Posted on 1/12/2017)
Mr. Archer creates another great story mixed with history and adventure. Just hope his next work has more descriptors in them. Really miss his wonderful use of vocabulary that appeared in the "beginning". I am sure his next and future works will be well worth the wait.

Mr. Paul Stratton, Dialog & Digital Effects Designer: I will not dispute that Graphic Audio is by far one of the best Audio Book producers in the world. However, the dialog and digital effects mix is still having sound level issues. (No spoilers) Pop in Disc 4 and listen to the scene where Annja's benefactor has the business transaction in front of the gate in the woods. Do not listen to this at the studio with headphones. Listen to this in your vehicles CD player. Can you hear the difference? Hear how the main character and the salesman's voice go so low you have to crank up the volume to hear them?

One of your quality control checks really needs to be listening to the final draft mix on your automobile CD player prior to sending it to production.
great series by Jakob (Posted on 12/4/2016)
I enjoyed the series, I'm bummed they moved the new book further ahead to release, originally it said fall 2016 now says spring 2017, I just got on the site to see if it was out yet.
Mystic warrior by robert (Posted on 7/18/2016)
Can't wait till fall for the next book
Historical Adventure by Daniel (Posted on 4/19/2016)
Sometimes I feel like I read the summaries and they are TOTALLY off, like a bad commercial saying batman loves friends, family and laughs in evils face.

This is a fun one; I loved the history and the treasure hunt feel of the story. I loved the first half when Annja was dealing with the idiot director at the beginning. The pattern was set and repeated, I had moment of okay we know who we just need the why now.

This one of those ones that has a good historical myth to it and nice build up but the big reveal and action scene feels kind of lame. Its hard to have a surprise villain or evil guy when at times it almost felt textbook.

I am kind of disappointed to be honest in that this is the conclusion of the paperback series and this is the final story. I can't wait though for the Graphic Audio story/creation (not sure how to say that) to come out. With doing this series for about 9-10 years the stories they make will be perfect and they won't have to rush their endings. I can't wait to hear the stories they will tell with Annja Creed.
EPIC ROUGE ANGEL ADVENTURE! by Joseph Baneth Allen (Posted on 2/14/2016)
Just finished listening to "Rouge Angel #57 - Mystic Warrior" released by Graphic Audio.
Mom and Dad always enjoyed the Rouge Angel series and listening to each new adventure of Annja Creed when it was released by Graphic Audio.
Annja is serving as a film consultant of the set of the latest ElfWitch movie, when she becomes involved in discovering the reasons behind the theft of a rather ordinary movie prop - an ElfWitch scrying crystal from the set. It turns out that there are two rival groups who are interested in claiming the movie prop for their own because it holds the key to the lost treasure of the Merovingan Kings - the rules of France's oldest dynasty during the Third Century A.D.
Annja calls Rouix for help in escaping from Hollywood, and she soon finds herself in a deadly race was two groups are closing in on her with the intent of discovering where the lost treasure is hidden. And Garin is involved with one of those groups.
I was a bit sad when this Rouge Angel adventure came to an end. For reasons unknown, probably declining book sales, and the expense of paying writers to ghost write the books, Harlequin Books has brought the paperback series to an end - which must eventually come to all Pulp Heroes of the Golden and New Ages of Pulp.
Fortunately Graphic Audio has obtained the rights to release new and original Rouge Angel adventures and I'm looking forward to the first release, which will be #58, in the Fall of 2016.
Still "Rouge Angel #57 - Mystic Warrior" can be enjoyed as a fitting conclusion to the paperback series of books, with the enticing promise of more great original audio adventures to come.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
TEN STARS!
more please by Erica (Posted on 2/11/2016)
I am really enjoying this series and look forward to the next one. the only problem I have is even though it has one other name several authors are writing it and a few places I have noticed they do not keep the consistency of the characters but for the most part this is a very good book series and I would love to see it either as a movie or a television series it is a shame that there isn't more of this out there!

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