The Spider Stone #2020

The Spider Stone By Alex Archer Mel Odom The Spider Stone In the crumbling remains of a tunnel that was part of the Underground Railroad a mysterious artifact reveals one of the darkest secrets of Africa s ancient past Intrigued by the strange encrypted st
  • Title: The Spider Stone
  • Author: Alex Archer Mel Odom
  • ISBN: 9780373621217
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Spider Stone By Alex Archer Mel Odom In the crumbling remains of a tunnel that was part of the Underground Railroad, a mysterious artifact reveals one of the darkest secrets of Africa s ancient past Intrigued by the strange, encrypted stone, archaeologist Annja Creed opens a door to a world and a legend bound by a fierce and terrible force She is not alone in her pursuit of the impossible A bloodthirstyIn the crumbling remains of a tunnel that was part of the Underground Railroad, a mysterious artifact reveals one of the darkest secrets of Africa s ancient past Intrigued by the strange, encrypted stone, archaeologist Annja Creed opens a door to a world and a legend bound by a fierce and terrible force She is not alone in her pursuit of the impossible A bloodthirsty African warlord, and an international corporate magnate exploiting a land, a culture and a people, are equally anxious to stake their claim on the relic s unknown power Annja s odyssey deep into the primeval jungles of Senegal becomes a desperate race to stop those eager to unleash the virulence of the Spider God.
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    1. Alex Archer Mel Odom

      A house name for the Rogue Angel series, published by the Harlequin Publishing s Gold Eagle division.The first eight novels were written by Victor Milan and Mel Odom New writers joining the series starting with book nine include Jon Merz and Joseph Nassise.

    222 thoughts on “The Spider Stone”

    1. 4 This was another fun one I love the TV Adventure Show vibe and the fact that after you read the first book you can pretty much read the rest in whatever order you like or as standalones As long as you know the story of the Sword and the connection with Rue and Garin, you are good to go Once again, this is made for pure entertainment, but there are always stories of legends and myths which are real and they base the episodes on I love those, and I love the constant change of scenery You never g [...]


    2. These are getting better and better Or maybe I m growing attached It s known to affect the way I perceive a book DThe thing I liked most about this instalment was the mythos around which the story is based I m unfamiliar with African mythology and this book got me curious so as soon as I log off I ll do some quick search to familiarize myself with at least the most popular legends of the area At the same time The Spider Stone brought me much sadness because I was reminded of how horrible human b [...]


    3. So much happened in this book that I will just have to break it down to my opinion Wow That about sums it up.Can t wait to see what Wonder Woman Annja Creed has going in the next book Once again thank you to my friend, Choko for loaning this graphic audio to me You rock


    4. The Alex Archer Collective barrels forward with The Spider Stone, the third entry in the Rogue Angel series In this episode Annja is called into the American South to investigate a mass murder at the beginning of the Civil War Discovered during the excavation of a warehouse, they were all killed horribly when the building above them collapsed One of the slaves was the guardian of the Spider Stone , and ancient holy relic of the Hausa nation of Africa, given to them by the spider god Anansi The s [...]


    5. I love pulp style adventure novels, with books in the Rogue Angel series holding a special place for me in particular They are fast paced, action packed and have some rather interesting dialogue The third book in the series is no exception, and Graphic Audio does another great full cast adaptation for the series GISTWhen Annja Creed is asked to help with long dead warriors found in a site about to be demolished, she is placed in the sights of a group of mercenaries charged with retrieving an Afr [...]


    6. The third daft but fun, action heavy instalment in the Rogue Angel set about Annja Creed the archaeologist who d be Lara Croft if it wasn t for that annoying issue of copyright.In this one, she s tracking down the treasure from a Hausa a West African culture artifact known as the Spider Stone There s very little in the way of thought required to read this book, although it s possible to learn a little about the culture of the novel which changes in each instalment in the series It s light, undem [...]


    7. Archaeologist, and host of Chasing History s Monsters, Annja Creed finds herself on a major dig that was once part of the Underground Railroad in downtown Kirktown, Georgia Intent on finding out who the dead bodies are, instead she finds in the debris, the Spider Stone, a mythical rock that was taken from Africa and brought to America during the time that slavery was part of the southern cultural The back story on the stone was really interesting I read these books because the authors actually u [...]


    8. The Spider Stone is the third book in the Rogue Angel series I actually liked this one better than the first two.It s been a while since I started this series and I wasn t too sure if I should continue with it after the second book Solomon s Jar But, I thought, why not After all, I like series books and I needed something that wasn t a book for reviewing So, I took it up.I m glad I did The book consists of the typical badassery of Anja Creed, but has a history twist that I liked It consisted of [...]


    9. This book had a very good plot, it had all the elements The characters were believable Alex Archer has established Annja Creed as a woman who follows the clues no matter where they lead, and sometimes even at her own peril She is a great fighter and the enchanted sword thst belonged to Joan of D arc It has been both a blessing and a curse, but they are stuck with each other.The spider stone has traveled to America in the stomachs of young men for generations until a jealous 11 year old who kille [...]


    10. In the crumbling remains of a tunnel that was part of the Underground Railroad a mysterious artifact reveals one of the darkest secrets of Africa s ancient past Intrigued by the strange, encrypted stone, archaeologist Annja Creed opens a door to a world and a legend bound by a fierce and terrible force She is not alone In the pursuit of the impossible A bloodthirsty African warlord, and an international corporate magnate exploiting a land, a culture and a people, are equally anxious to stake the [...]


    11. Listened to this book with my husband 1 I don t like the over production of GraphicAudio corporation 2 It got really cheesy on several occasions that I was embarrassed I ve read 15 books by the author, and this was the first I was able to get my husband to listen to and it wasn t near to the author s best 3 I seriously don t like the author s early works I m inter library loaning all of the Rogue Angel series, and I accept that the books under 2006 should just be ignored Now I need to contemplat [...]


    12. Well book 3 managed to come back from the disjointedness of book 2 and felt a lot flowing and enjoyable Annja stopped taking intuitive leaps and rather followed a trail this time, although she was helped along by the mysterious spiritual woman of the Hausa tribe I liked the investigation of the mythology and history of the Hausa people of Africa along with the very frank and brutal discussions around slavery and the slave trade that Annja has in this book both with the students at the dig site [...]


    13. This was written better than the second book but the author still has to elaborate and only insinuates that there are powers from the sword of Joan of Arc than Annja has discovered This one takes place in Africa so it seemed fresh than the previous biblical artifact quest done to death Still lots of Gun Opera


    14. A Movie in your Mind Female Indy Jones Joan of ArcA bloodthirsty African warlord, and an international corporate magnate exploiting a land, a culture and a people, are equally anxious to stake their claim on the relic s unknown power Annja s odyssey deep into the primeval jungles of Senegal becomes a desperate race to stop those eager to unleash the virulence of the Spider God


    15. This, the third offering in this great series, was much better than the second book The story was cohesive, and flowed nicely Annja meets yet another lamppost as she tries to find her way along the darkened path created by the sword, and its two protectors I enjoyed the story and look forward to reading her next adventure o


    16. This was a very good book, I find I prefer it over Solomon s Jar, the subject of slavery is always a hard one to read about, your own tribesmen selling you as if you were theirs to sell I loved that Garin was in this book, I have a fondness for him.


    17. 3rd book of the series, and I find myself really enjoying them Annja Creed is like a young female Indiana Jones History, thriller, detective work all rolled in Definitely looking forward to reading of the series.


    18. I really enjoy this book Lots of suspense but at times it is a bit tedious Overall rating 1 10 would be a 9.5 I LOVE that it is just a suspense story not mixed up with romance Kind of feel like you are getting a history lesson at the same time LOL.


    19. To really experience this series at its best I highly recommend listening to the graphic audiobook I couldn t stop listening and it was over before I realized it Great action, good storyline and interesting characters What could you want.


    20. I like the concept of the book series, they re fun, quick to read, and tend to wander into some obscure mythology archaeology But this one was awful The story was just horrible, the action s primary goal was to gross out the viewer, and to be frank it was boring.


    21. Not spectacular, but pretty good I liked the characterization, but some things were a little odd Like the fight sequences Reminded me of the Loch Ness monster I just don t know enough about the subject to definitively say it works, but it definately seems unlikely.


    22. Another exciting adventure I was worried that it might disappoint as the second book did compared to the first, but I was sucked into the excitement of the chase all the way through Onto the fourth book now


    23. With much of the starter slowing down and the initial points of whatever mystery being the big story I found this third one quite interesting A bunch of stuff I have not quite read before I guess this kind of this is either not written about much or I have just missed out on it.


    24. This series is a cross between Indiana Jones Laura Croft tomb raider Adventure mystery abound in this archeological tale Annja Creed is caught in the middle once again The characters and storyline are well developed The story was intriguing and engrossing.


    25. I don t know much about the history, but the settings were just awesome I take interest in the african gods so this was pretty cool to learn about , if some of it is accurate, and who knows, some of it might be It can t all be false.


    26. Annja s archeological adventures take her from solving how the mysteries of why the bodies of slaves found buried in an old factory in the South connect to an ancient legend in Africa Indiana Jones style, Annja encounters her share of murderous thugs, mercenaries, and paranoid industrialists.




    27. This book seemed like the first to me Definitely a much quicker and better read than the second was Here s hoping that the rest of the series continues to be as good



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