The Other Crowd

The Other Crowd In a remote part of Ireland two archaeological teams dig for the find of a lifetime the legendary Spear of Lugh Folklore claims the magical weapon was forged in the time of the ancient Tuatha de Dana

  • Title: The Other Crowd
  • Author: Alex Archer Michele Hauf
  • ISBN: 9780373621491
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a remote part of Ireland, two archaeological teams dig for the find of a lifetime the legendary Spear of Lugh Folklore claims the magical weapon was forged in the time of the ancient Tuatha de Danaan But as the search intensifies, people begin disappearing from the dig Faeries, whisper the locals The Other CrowdInstructed to travel to Ireland and return withIn a remote part of Ireland, two archaeological teams dig for the find of a lifetime the legendary Spear of Lugh Folklore claims the magical weapon was forged in the time of the ancient Tuatha de Danaan But as the search intensifies, people begin disappearing from the dig Faeries, whisper the locals The Other CrowdInstructed to travel to Ireland and return with faerie footage, archaeologist Annja Creed figures it s a joke assignment But people have vanished and she soon realizes there s in play than mythical wee folk With the unsettling notion that something otherworldly is in the air, Annja is torn between her roles as an archaeologist and a warrior But can her powerful sword protect her from the threat of violenceor the Other Crowd

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    1. I love Annja!Another great yarn from the many pens of Alex Archer. This one even takes place in Ireland, a place often visited in my own books. Does Annja find the Fae Folk? After a dozen adventures, you'll just have to read it to see.

    2. Thirtieth in the Rogue Angel urban fantasy series about an archeologist/TV host who "inherited" the broadsword of Joan of Arc.My TakeThis story was all over the place and doesn't really hold together. Supposedly NewWorld is running this dig but Pierce has made so many phone calls to them protesting, attempting to inform them of Michael's actions, and gotten nothing back from them. Does he pursue it any further than this? No. Why not??? This is pretty serious business. Annja has remarked on how s [...]

    3. *Rating* 3.0*Genre* Science Fiction/Fantasy*Review* Annja Creed is a world-traveling archaeologist with a penchant for adventure, lost cities, mysterious codes and puzzles, and shadowy history that was never recorded. Heir to Joan of Arc's mystic sword, Annja finds herself drawn into the webs of darkest villainy with lives on the line. *The Other Crowd*, Rogue Angel #30, brings Annya to Ireland after Doug Morrell, her producer on the TV show Chasing History's Monsters, reads about fairies kidnap [...]

    4. Well, the latest installment in the Rogue Angel was a solid entry.Annja Creed gets dragged out of her bed and sent to Ireland by her producer to cover the story of people being abducted from an archaeological dig, with rumor saying that it was Faeries (aka The Other Crowd). Oh yeah, and her cameraman for the trip is the son of a major funder, who turns out to still be in high schoolIt's nice to see Annja actually doing the job that presumably pays the bills (the television show Chasing Histories [...]

    5. Audio book I picked up last summer when I had a long drive on vacation. Very much enjoyed it and it was my introduction to the Rogue Angel series. SO glad I picked it up, have since listened to 2 others in the series and love them! I love Annja Creed and the world she lives in. Would recommened it to people have long car rides or even that love books. To those that don't like it? It's fiction people, read it, listen to it, enjoy it for what it's worth :)

    6. Listening to an audio book by GraphicAudio and HATE it. Cheesy accents, the mixing of British, Irish, and Australian accents, over loud celtic music so you can't even hear the readers wish I could find a different audio book producer because I like listening to the stories when I drive.Now about the book interesting. Sad that one of main characters dies,but nice that the author doesn't always give the reader what they expect.

    7. I love this series, this one is about fairies! Annja the skeptic is on the hunt for the other folk in this one set in Ireland.

    8. Thought this book was brilliant. Really loved the character Annja Creed. As soon as i got it and started reading i really liked the theme about the archeaology side. Can't wait for the next book.

    9. By this time in the series, the books have become so-so. With this book, I didn't read all of it and skipped about fourty pages in the middle.

    10. Enjoyed the book but was a little dissapointed the fairies were only hinted at and didn't really make an appearance. Still a pretty good book tho.

    11. Felt like there were a lot of loose ends in this one and the bad guy got away! At this point, I'm just hanging on because Annja is so cool.

    12. Enjoyed this one so much more. Felt like the main character eas on top of her game finally. Loved seeing Roux and Garin again. I do so enjoy them.

    13. I found the ending to be a bit of a letdown; maybe it's because it's part of a huge series and this is the only one I've read

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