Rogue Angel
Last Post 3/19/2013 3:16 PM by RPGjunkie. 6 Replies.
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silentalbino
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3/18/2013 12:57 PM
    Does any of the gang read these?????
    Ron Miles
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    3/18/2013 3:07 PM
    I read the first dozen or so, but haven't read any from the last several years. (For that matter, I am just finally catching up on Outlanders - two more to go to be current - and I have only read ten out of the last thirty Deathlands books)

    Generally speaking I liked most of the Rogue Angel books that I read. A couple duds, but some pretty good ones in there as well.
    "Sadly then I knew the answer. All her life she was a dancer, but no one ever played the song she knew." - The Residents
    Maximus
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    3/18/2013 3:28 PM
    I read the first couple of books, but it didn't keep my interest. For me personally, I'd probably watch it if it were  a TV series.
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    3/18/2013 3:30 PM
    Sure. That TV series was called "Witchblade", back in 2001-2002. ;-)
    "Sadly then I knew the answer. All her life she was a dancer, but no one ever played the song she knew." - The Residents
    silentalbino
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    3/18/2013 4:19 PM
    I think I might give it a miss for now then!
    The Phantom
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    3/19/2013 12:18 PM

    I have read the first 27 books in the series so far. I have enjoyed the vast majority of them, they are fun reads that I mix in with my usual reading. Like the Axler books, there are multiple authors on the series, some are better than others, but they all have produced entertaining stuff, and I am glad that I have read them.

    Mel Odom and Victor Milan have written quite a few in the series, You might be familiar with their work if you have read a lot of DL/OL. Odom penned my favorite, Forbidden City, and another favorite, Paradox, was by Milan. I have not reviewed any RA books yet, I wish I did.



    RPGjunkie
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    3/19/2013 3:16 PM
    I read them, and adore them. They're actually my favorite of the Gold Eagle titles. And I'm very happy that Mel Odom has started writing for the series once more.


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