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The Mummy Ramses the Great has reawakened in opulent Edwardian London Having drunk the elixir of life, he is now Ramses the Damned, doomed forever to wander the earth, desperate to quell hungers that can never be satisfied He becomes the close companion of a voluptuous heiress, Julie Stratford, but his cursed past again propels him toward disaster He is tormented by searing memories of his last reawakening, at the behest of Cleopatra, his beloved queen of Egypt And his intense longing for her, undiminished over the centuries, will force him to commit an act that will place everyone around him in the gravest danger


10 thoughts on “The Mummy

  1. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    Now a novel which includes Cleopatra VII and Ramses II, the greatest pharaoh in history has a certain amount of intrinsic interest, especially the Egyptian queen with little native blood, almost all Greek when she plays one of the evil ones Not a beauty as portrayed in films but attractive, intelligent and a bold capable ruler.Multimillionaire Lawrence S


  2. Madeline Knight-Dixon Madeline Knight-Dixon says:

    I give you the book the movie The Mummy was SUPPOSED to be based off of In the end they butchered the story so much Anne Rice wouldn t put her name on it Which is a shame, because this book is if not better sexier than the movie.A lot of reviews call it vintage Anne Rice and I couldn t agreeIt gets back to the feel of Interview with the Vampire darkly sex


  3. Gina Gina says:

    Loved this bookcouldn t put it down once I started it I really wish she would have done a series out of this story.


  4. Gabrielle Gabrielle says:

    I read a lot of Anne Rice in my late teens I think I was hoping for another Lestat somewhere in her cannon, but alas, there is only one The Mummy interested me because it reminded me of those super cheesy B horror movies la Hammer, but with sex I was 17, cut me some slack Flipping through it now, I can t help but think of how my tastes and standards for boo


  5. ✨Sumi& ✨Sumi& says:

    HmmmmRamses the Great or Ramses the Damned is discovered in The Valley of the Kings He has risen from the his immortal sleep to fall in love with Julie But when people start turning up dead Ramses raises the seductive Cleopatra from her grave.Um Ok So I read this in October as a good monster read Unfortunately I didn t really get that I have a few problems w


  6. Sh3lly Sh3lly says:

    Apparently, I never added this, even though I read it ages ago Huh Anyway, re reading now because I got approved for The Passion of Cleopatra at Netgalley and am so excited Apparently, I never added this, even though I read it ages ago Huh Anyway, re reading now because I got approved for The Passion of Cleopatra at Netgalley and am so excited


  7. Marianne Marianne says:

    Before I rant, a little background I ve always enjoyed horror stories, in particular, vampire and mummy stories As a young teen my favorite author was H.P Lovecraft, and one of my most favorite horror stories was The Jewel of Seven Stars by Bram Stoker which is a mummy story Starting in 1984 I began reading what came to be known as The Vampire Chronicles by An


  8. Kerry Kerry says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here OK, I m giving it one star but I did read it all the way through.I thought this headed towards pulp, not up to the quality of her other books and a bittowards porn lit.Also, I guess I can be nit picky, but Ramses claims that his cells can t die He gives an example of using the elixi


  9. vex vex says:

    I was stuck in a library waiting and had nothing to read I picked this up thinking Ancient Egypt, the undead, how can it be bad without looking at the author.After first few pages I checked Oh dear.I really do not like Anne Rice.It was in reading this book for a few hours stuck in a library and continuing out of an awful sense of self harm that I realised that A


  10. Darth J Darth J says:

    I really like when Anne Rice takes a supernatural creature and puts her own spin on it This novel is no exception, as it was written at the height of her talents There s something glamorous about this book and how it was written I wish the author still wrote like this, to be honest as herrecent novels have been of much lesser quality Does anyone else notice how h


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