|I thought this was a good adaption of the story. Your story flowed well it was easy to read.
I have a couple of comments to make. These are just observations so please forgive me if I missed something which is easy to do.
When the original owner of the Eagles claw smiles at Roger, the smile that doesn't reflect in his eyes, I think it would be better to play out the sinister aspect of that more. I am thinking of perhaps 'Finally he snapped back, giving a smile that didn't reflect in his eyes'. I think you can play that again when the seller talks to Roger for the last time. Just to add a touch of suspense.
I did like the reference to the Eagle you kept bringing up in the child's dream and with the gamboler. That was good symbolism.
How did Wade know where Roger worked if he only used his last name? Did I miss something? If I didn't you might want to reword that section a little.
Overall, I enjoyed the story. I wonder what would have happened if Roger's wishes weren't so selfish.