Book Review: Alex Archer’s Seeker’s Curse

Posted December 29, 2010 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

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Book Review: Alex Archer’s Seeker’s Curse

Seeker's Curse


Alex Archer

in a paperback edition that was published by Gold Eagle Books on July 7, 2009 and has 320 pages.

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Other books by this author which I have reviewed include The Soul Stealer, Gabriel's Horn, The Golden Elephant, Swordsman's Legacy, Polar Quest, Eternal Journey, Sacrifice, Footprints, Paradox, The Spirit Banner, Sacred Ground, The Bone Conjurer, Phantom Prospect, Restless Soul, False Horizon, The Other Crowd, Tear of the Gods, The Oracle's Message, Cradle of Solitude, Labyrinth, Fury's Goddess, Magic Lantern, Library of Gold, Matador's Crown, City of Swords, The Third Caliph, The Babel Codex, Sunken Pyramid, Staff of Judea

Nineteenth in the Rogue Angels magical realism/urban fantasy adventure involving an archeologist who has Fated with Joan of Arc’s sword.

My Take

A second story with no hint of Garin. Although, I gotta say, Annja is hard on her men..! It starts out rather familiarly with Annja getting rousted from a clandestine meeting in a Greek warehouse by armed forces. Most of the story occurs with a trek up a mountain in Nepal with three separate groups of bad guys on her tail as she goes through test after test searching for a lost lamasery. For some reason, Seeker’s Curse feels particularly militant…I do feel as though I’m learning quite a bit.