E–pub/Pdf [Footprints] ß Alex Archer
OK I read revious reviews about this book and nearly didn *t read it I am so glad I chose to read *read it I am so glad I chose to read I thoroughly enjoyed the adventure Especially since it was set in the Pacific Northwest and related to a creature that a town just a few miles from me has a festival every year to celebrate LOVED the 14 year old young man character I could totally be his friend DON T ay attention to the negative reviews of this book I have read all of the books in this series thus far and I LOVED THIS ONE 5 STARS from me Pretty typical Rogue Angel fare On to the next It was so hard trying to finish this book especially after you find out that it is the elusive big foot that you are reading about but the greed and selfishness of humans through drug dealing After that moment I was really bored started skipping lines and then eventually ages Really disappointing I wont be reading any others from the series since other readers have commented that this book is actually one of the better ones in the series I shudder to think how badly written the others are This one was one of the interesting ones It took a while to get to this next book in the series but I enjoyed this one Joey was "a neat character and the twists this one took were less redictable than other books in the series Her friend "neat character and the twists this one took were less Tales from the Ballpark Tales from the Ballpark Tales from the Ballpark: More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told predictable than other books in the series Her friend was a sad story The whole thing had aersonal touch to it went a little deeper into the lives of the characters Footprints is the 20th installment of the Rogue Angel series featuring Annja Creed Annya is a world traveling archaeologist with a Isocrates I (The Oratory of Classical Greece, vol. 4) penchant for adventure lost cities mysterious codes anduzzles and shadowy history that was never recorded Heir to When her longtime friend claims to have evidence of Big Foot's existence archaeologist Annja Creed can't resist checking it out for herself she's been debating the subject for years Annja's curiosity leads her deep into the. Oan of Arc s mystic sword Annja finds herself drawn into the webs of darkest villainy with lives on the line Holding the sword itself she finds that she has better agility strength and uicker reflexes The sword seems to find ways in saving Annya s life and this story is no different She is also host of Chasing History s Monsters but finds herself uestioning whether or not she wants to continue workingAnnya is asked by her friend and former college friend Jenny Chu to come to the Pacific Northwest in order to search for the mythical Sasuatch "Jenny unwittingly walks into a situation that is entirely too familiar to sub "unwittingly walks into a situation that is entirely too familiar to sub in this series Jenny is one sighted and that is totally on the discovery of Sasuatch She doesn t see that things aren t always black and white having been a rofessor for too longAnnya on the other hand is completely cynical it exists at all You would think that with Annya holding a mythical sword and her travels over the last 20 books she would be less skeptical about things like Sasuatch Seriously she was just in Tibet and *found a lost city and then told nobodyProbably the most interesting character of this book was a 14 year old * a lost city and then told nobodyProbably the most interesting character of this book was a 14 year old named Joey or Creeping Wolf Yes this book does actually delve into several Indian mythologies including skin walkers and spirit travels Joey s keen awareness of the woods that Annya and Jenny find themselves in is masterful If you are a fan of Roux and Garen you will be sadly disappointed that they don t show up again Yes Annya mentions them in Versailles passing but that s it This story turns from the hunt of a mythical creature into betrayal liesossible government coverups ossible alie. Woods of the Pacific Northwest to meet Jenny where the supposed trail has been left by the one and only SasuatchBut when Annja arrives at the destination a group of armed thugs warn her to leave the area and her friend is. Ns and in the end drugsAnnya Joey and Jenny find that not everyone is who they say they are including the mysterious Sheriff David that Jenny finds so attractive If you are looking for a wonderful ending to a story one that has lots of action and a twist then you will enjoy this one The ending actually throws readers for a loop at what eventually happens with Annya and Jenny We also learn about Joey and how for *a loop at what eventually happens with Annya and Jenny We also learn about Joey and how is able to uickly *loop at what eventually happens with Annya and Jenny We also learn about Joey and how is able to uickly the woods at easeOverall just an okay story but not the worse I ve read either 3 starsI took half a star off for the ending Not only is Annja hard on her men she s also hard on her friends If "she s a real erson I d avoid her like the "s a real The Mystery of the Two-Toed Pigeon person I d avoid her like the For once we have a fairly mundane storyline with some mysticism thrown in But Joan s Sword does some interesting things that I hope the later books will follow up on Absolutely terrible I have read therevious 19 Rogue Angel books and this is the worst of the lot It is so bad in fact that I recommend that RA fans give it a miss as it contains no information Good up until the end I have to agree with some of the less Rack Ruin positive reviews in that ourrotagonist seemed a bit off compared to her Espenlaub previous adventures While the story itself wasretty good I continued to ask myself why she wasn t using any of the disciplines learned in her Splendid Solution past journeys Such are theitfalls of using different authors each with a slightly different view of the continuing story I was disappointed in this one because I was hoping for a good Sasuatch adventure This is my least favorite of all the ones I ve read so far Annja Creed is a good character but she seemed a little weak in here. Nowhere to be found Now the search for Sasuatch turns into a rescue mission and Annja has only her instincts to guide her in a forest full of redators scavengers and spirits And someone or something does not want her there. .