Rumors of the discovery of Solomon's Jar--in which the biblical King Solomon bound the world's demons after using them to build his temple in Jerusalem--are followed with interest by Annja Creed. An archaeologist intrigued by the arcane, Annja pursues the truth about the vessel and its ancient... show more
Rumors of the discovery of Solomon's Jar--in which the biblical King Solomon bound the world's demons after using them to build his temple in Jerusalem--are followed with interest by Annja Creed. An archaeologist intrigued by the arcane, Annja pursues the truth about the vessel and its ancient origins. Her search leads her to a confrontation with a London cult driven by visions of a new world order; and a religious zealot fueled by the insatiable desire for glory. Across the sands of the Middle East to the jungles of Brazil, Annja embarks on a relentless chase to stop humanity's most unfathomable secrets from reshaping the modern world.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 12th 2006
Publisher: Gold Eagle
Pages no: 346
Edition language: English
Series: Rogue Angel (#2)
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The second story in the Rogue Angel series. Annja Creed is trying to find Solomon's Jar before someone else does. Things have conspired to make it appear that she's one of the bad guys however she has to keep hunting the jar to ensure that it doesn't get into the hands of the wrong people. She als...
Ugh! This was awful! Terrible writing, editing or both. No continuity, it jumped from locale to locale & from clue to clue without much if any explanation, it was so hard to folllow. Then bam! Right near the end a tryst without any sexual tension or much of an attraction for the first 3/4 of...
I found this book to be alot better than the first one. It had plenty of action and our heroine Annya is awesome. Look forward to reading the next one in this series.
These books are entertaining enough at work, and with the sound effects they are even more so, but I don't think I'd pick up one of these to read it. It's too complex for me, and I don't mean difficult to understand; there is just so much going on with them! And Annja is bad ass but I don't complete...