Secret of the Slaves - Alex Archer Reviews
Description:ISBN 0373621264 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Alex Archer / Mass Market Paperback / 348 Pages / Book is published 2007-09-11 by Gold Eagle
Newest Review: ... to claim some land in the amazon. They are ill prepared for what is coming for them when they get attacked by locals and some ... more
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by - written on 07/03/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Secret of the Slaves is the eight book in the Rogue Angel series written by pen author Alex Archer. The series follows an archeologist named Annja Creed. Annja carries a magical sword around with her that she can summon at her command. Annja Creed works for a television series called Chasing Monsters. Each book is an individual and has Annja trying to find some kind of Artifact. Plot Secret of the Slaves starts off when a man named Henrique da Silva and several other mercenaries are trying to claim some land in the amazon. They are ill prepared for what is coming for them when they get attacked by locals and some strange ... Read the complete review
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