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I have read Anne Rice s books, both series, for years Let me just say that this book is disappointing on many levels The writing style, and writing itself is vastly different to Mrs Rice s It is rushed in t Years ago I loved Anne Rice s book The Mummy Ramses the Damned The story of a famed Egyptian Pharoah returning to life was chilling, yet totally engaging It didn t hurt that the now immortal pharoah was incredibly sexy too When I saw that this new book was coming out.bringing back Ramses and adding in Cleopatra.I was on board immediately Oh yeah No question.just gimme the book and I m reading it Even though I initially read The Mummy years ago when it first came out, I was eas Years ago I l From The Iconic And Bestselling Author Of The Mummy And The Vampire Chronicles, A Mesmerizing, Glamorous New Tale Of Ancient Feuds And Modern Passions Ramses The Great, Former Pharaoh Of Egypt, Is Reawakened By The Elixir Of Life In Edwardian England Now Immortal With His Bride To Be, He Is Swept Up In A Fierce And Deadly Battle Of Wills And Psyches Against The Once Great Queen Cleopatra Ramses Has Reawakened Cleopatra With The Same Perilous Elixir Whose Unworldly Force Brings The Dead Back To Life But As These Ancient Rulers Defy One Another In Their Quest To Understand The Powers Of The Strange Elixir, They Are Haunted By A Mysterious Presence Even Older And Powerful Than They, A Figure Drawn Forth From The Mists Of History Who Possesses Spectacular Magical Potions And Tonics Eight Millennia Old This Is A Figure Who Ruled Over An Ancient Kingdom Stretching From The Once Fertile Earth Of The Sahara To The Far Corners Of The World, A Queen With A Supreme Knowledge Of The Deepest Origins Of The Elixir Of Life She May Be The Only One Who Can Make Known To Ramses And Cleopatra The Key To Their Immortality And The Secrets Of The Miraculous, Unknowable, Endless Expanse Of The Universe. Woah I can t believe I got approved for this I ve been enjoying her reboot of the vampire chronicles pretty well, so looking forward to a part two from another old book of hers Thank you Netgalley and publisher for providing a digital copy to read and review I did not like the beginning at all, the writing had a very old fashioned, stilted feel at first and I thought I had make a huge mistake to pick up Rice again after such a long time But once Ramses popped up, the story movedsmoothly for me.The alternating POVs of the various main characters made it lively and added a nice tension to the story The brief recaps of the previous book s plot were nicely done and fitted in well It took me a bit to like the story, but especially the unfolding I did not like the beginning at all, the writing had a very old fashioned, stilted feel at first and I thought I had make a huge mistake to pick up Rice again after such a long time But once Ramses popped up, the story movedsmoothly for me.The alternating POVs of the various main characters made it lively and added a nice tension to the story The brief recaps of the previous book s plot were nicely done and fitted in well It took me a bit to like the story, but especially the unfolding tale of Sibyl made me want to continue Some nice little twists in an overall predictable plot Enough suspense and mystery to make me fear for some of the characters briefly.Unfortunately, once the main I d like to thank Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group and Netgalley for allowing me to read and review this book One s own hand, one s own pen, one s own mind these things are not enough if one is to live for all time Forget Lestat, because Ramases is back in this stunningly passionate long awaited sequel to Anne Rice s The Mummy.Well we ve been waiting for this novel for an age, ever since finishing The Mummy and reading The Adventures of Ramses the Damned Shall Continue Well finally the wai I d like to thank Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group and Netgalley for allowing me to read and review this book One s own hand, one s own pen, one s own mind these things are not enough if one is to live for all time Forget Lestat, because Ramases is back in this stunningly passionate long awaited sequel to Anne Rice s The Mummy.Well we ve been waiting for this n See my full review and muchon my blog KissinBlueKaren THE PASSION OF CLEOPATRA picks up a few months after THE MUMMY I have to admit I didn t re read THE MUMMY before reading this book and I feel like maybe that was a mistake Perhaps a re read of both books would give me a better perspective Honestly, I don t think it matters because the authors have done a great job of explaining, without great detail, how we got to this point in the story I would recommend reading the first book at See my full review and muchon my blog KissinBlueKaren THE PASSION OF CLEOPATRA picks up a few months after THE MUMMY I have to admit I didn t re read THE MUMMY before reading this book and I feel like maybe that was a mistake Perhaps a re read of both books would give me a better perspective Honestly, I don t think it matters because the authors have done a grea If I could name a moment in time that I began reading paranormal, it would be The Mummy by Anne Rice My husband insisted I read the book I only did for him I think I said it was a Christmas present to him, that s how much I didn t think I d like the genre It turns out, I loved that book so much, giving him a win For 25 years, I tried the best I could to follow Anne, waiting for any word on a continuation of the story When social media became a thing, I waited for her to join she was the If I could name a moment in time that I began reading paranormal, it would be The Mummy by Anne Rice My husband insisted I read the book I only did for him I think I said it was a Christmas present to him, that s how much I didn t think I d like the genre It turns out, I love When I was about fourteen or so, I discovered Anne Rice While most Riceophiles started their journeys with Interview with the Vampire, I happened upon the only Rice book in the school library, which just so happened to be The Mummy, or Ramses the Damned I absolute loved it, and couldn t wait for the next installment.Which never, ever arrived.This was the bane of my young life, then the prickly annoyance of my twenties, and eventually settled into a mild disgruntlement and occasional fits of When I was about fourteen or so, I discovered Anne Rice While most Riceophiles started their journeys with Interview with the Vampire, I happened upon the only Rice book in the school library, which just so happened to be The Mummy, or Ramses the Damned I absolute loved it, and couldn t wait for the next installment.Which never, ever arrived.This was the bane of my young life, then the prickly annoyance of my twenties, and eventually settled into a mild disgruntlement and occasional fits of but why, Anne You wrote seventy bajillion vampires novels about every damn vampire in existence, why is there no Mummy sequelOnly a few weeks ago, I was complaining about this very thing to someone at work, and I worked myself up into a tizzy all over again So you can imagine my pleasant surprise and my subsequent muttering about synchronici Slow start, with a complicated plot and many so characters to follow It was intriguing enough to keep me invested in reading but I was thinking it just an okay read And then right around 60% the fruition of the build up came together and BOOM, I was completely and utterly hooked.I received this ARC copy of Ramses the Damned The Passion of Cleopatra from Anchor This is my honest and voluntary review Ramses the Damned The Passion of Cleopatra is set for publication November 21, 2017.My Rat Slow start, with a complicated plot and many so characters to follow It was in