• Rogue, Renegade and Rebel

  • In Her Paranormal Majesty's Secret Service, Book 1
  • By: Michael Anderle
  • Narrated by: Justine Eyre
  • Length: 19 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (265 ratings)

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Rogue, Renegade and Rebel

By: Michael Anderle
Narrated by: Justine Eyre
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Publisher's Summary

She is crass, has attitude, drinks too much, and is the only living agent working for Queen Victoria, the paranormal queen.

In 1901, Queen Victoria passed away and took over the responsibilities of the paranormal court.

When Victoria ascends to the paranormal throne, she acquires the help of a human agent, code-named Rogue.

For well over a hundred years, this human has helped settle problems between the normal and the paranormal worlds. Usually with massive displays of attitude and disrespect. And a really, really bodacious set of...guns.

Now, Rogue has been sent to the Colonies to help stop a paranormal revolution.

Is Rogue over her head, or is someone trying to pull a fast one on her?

Either way, America better be ready, because this paranormal agent parties like it's still 1899!

©2019 Michael Anderle (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Introducing ghost buster - Rouge

I have died and gone to heaven. Genevieve “Jennie” King aka Rouge is the baddest damn paranormal agent in the 19th century. She carries “Big Bitch” her gun, a bad ass attitude, and the authority to be judge, jury and executioner. The authority she gets because she carries Big Bitch and when there are problems Queen Victoria sends her in to deal with them. Jennie has been at her job for a few centuries. She is unique because she can see and interact with ghosts. She has seen a lot and done a lot all in the name of the queen. That is why she can call Queen Victoria, Vicky. So, off to New York she and her ghost side kick, Worthington, goes to kick some ghost ass. Worthington was a Beefeater in service to the queen.
There is gun action, paranormal action and offensive language. Jennie is a badass but what makes her an outstanding agent is her dedication to justice and fairness. She is an intelligent woman who takes immense pride in her work and her country.
Jennie and Worthington meet up with several fractions of ghosts and must determine what action to take. They have their assignment, put down the ghost insurrection. But things are not quite what they were told. There is supposed to be only one paranormal ghost agency and that is the queen’s. Every ghost in the world should be taking an oath to the queen. No exceptions.
There is a war between ghost fractions in the streets of New York and in the palace. The characters are interesting, funny and well developed. The plot was riveting. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.

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Nope..

I've like Michael Anderle books but this is too boring and it's too long.

No sex and the F-bomb was used 98 times.

As for the narration: Justine Eyre is not that good and not that bad.

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A fresh new take on ghosts and the paranormal!

Rogue, Renegade and Rebel
In Her Paranormal Majesty's Secret Service, Book 1
By: Michael Anderle
Narrated by: Justine Eyre
This is the start to a very unusual and intriguing paranormal adventure featuring Rogue, gal with special abilities to not only see ghosts but tap into and use their powers. She can become invisible and walk through walls, and more. She is sent to America to put down a revolt but finds that its the Majesty's Service that is corrupt. There are so many great characters, unpredictable situations, exciting challenges, and love the plot! Good surprises and twists! I enjoyed this and can't wait to read more of this series! What a fun fantasy!
The narrator is super talented!

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Interesting yes but... too repetitive.

"What are you?" " Your worst nightmare " how many times that phrase was uttered was ridiculous.. It made the story a bit annoying. Good storyline tho.

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Wonderfully written

My only complaint is the using the LORDs name in vain constantly in this book.
Other than that complaint I love the balance, witty humor and fresh writing of the author and smooth voice of the reader.
Can’t wait for more but please get more creative with your swearing.

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My First

this is the first audio book I've listened to completely. And enjoyed every minute of it. Thank you!

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Wanted to like it. Can even finish it.

the biggest issue, breathy narration. reading normal conversations like it's a love scene. un-connecting story.

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lots of action

the narrator was good. there was a lot of action and interesting characters. the plot was simple and the character development was shallow. there were a couple of surprises tho.

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welcomed twists

thought it was over and wrapping up a good story, but still 5hrs left. i was confused. then a big twist and it really started to get good! good book!?

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I think I like it?!!!!

i usually love these kind of books, but there is just not enough back story. I a prolific reader I listen to 3 sometimes for books a week. And red at least one a week it's my assicceion but honestly I started from the beginning on this book 4.times
aune its just me but this book just starts.maune a prequal will do the trick or many I should just Finnish. I love the narrator and will stick to it. I love Jenny is good prose bit really ot needs more detail or narrative about the backstorry especially Jenny. please explain why she does this work and hoe she stated. Is it just me or help me out did I miss something??

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  • 05-28-22

Worthington Is NOT a freaking Beefeater

I love the story, I love the performance. The only part of this book that is like nails on a chalkboard to me is the description of Worthington as a Beefeater. Worthington Wears the red uniform and bearskin of a Royal Guardsman and not that of a Yeomen Warder (Beefeater) whose ceremonial uniform is completely different as they are a completely different entity drawn from retired Warrant Officers from different branches of the British Armed Forces. An easy mistake to make if unaware of the history of the garrison, but if you're going to make such a big deal of it throughout the book it would have been wise to ensure that you had at least got the facts about the uniform and the garrison correct beforehand.

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  • Matthew Robins
  • 07-26-22

A fun supernatural feast

This is a fun and entertaining story. Ignore the fact some argue it is not historically accurate at times and just take it as part of the story and enjoy. The story is fun and I would liken it to a summer blockbuster, switch your brain off and be entertained. the narrator is brilliant throughout and her voice for Rogue fits rhe story perfectly. Stick with it and have fun.

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  • NellMcMH
  • 10-20-22

I thought it a bit blah really...

...and thought about scrolling through the last few chapters, though I powered through in the end. At least we'd got past the really really irritating business of the author's mistaking Beafeater for Queen's Guard (as others have said) and 'bearskin hat" instead of just bearskin. Small things perhaps but it would have been so easy to get them right with a quick Google. Otherwise, good to have a kick arse heroine...

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  • TomL
  • 08-11-22

excellent

a great first book in the series. I couldn't put it down. must buy the next one.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-20-22

NOT A BEEFEATER!!!

I enjoyed the story. At times I felt the the writing was a bit clunky and repetitive. But my HUGE issue is the MAJOR inaccuracy of referring (repeatedly and in great detail!) to the tall Bearskin hat wearing, Queen's Guard as Beefeaters!! Even 5 minutes of google research would have clarified to the author that this is not correct! And if it had only been a passing reference, I could probably let it go. But one of the main characters for the first half of the book keeps referring to himself as a Beefeater, when he is actually one of the Queen's Guards. 💂‍♂️
It infuriated me every time!! So a note of warning - if this sort of thing is going to bug you, then rethink the 19hr story, as you'll have to deal with that fairly regularly for about 8hrs.

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  • Nichole
  • 10-27-22

rogue

not bad, other than repeating herself in the same sentence I enjoyed it thanks