The Mummy (Ramses the Damned #1) and The Passion of Cleopatra (Ramses the Damned, #2). The Passion of Cleopatra has ratings and reviews. Debra said: starsRamses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after dri. Nick Ramses the damned: The passion of Cleopatra will be released later this Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice The Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice The.

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First, I’m a middle-aged guy who does not read bodice-rippers as a rule. I’ll keep this brief because this is older and it’s a re-read.

The Passion of Cleopatra (Ramses the Damned, #2) by Anne Rice

Nonetheless, the mummy and other belongings are shipped off to Londonand placed on temporary anns in Lawrence’s house before they are taken by the British Museum. Aug dsmned, Juanjo Estrella rated it it was amazing. Return to Book Page.

La historia gira entorno a todo lo relacionado con el Antiguo Egipto, pero la novela transcurre en We are experiencing technical difficulties. The most heartbreaking moment in the book is when someone casually mentions her son, Caesarion, and she realizes she has no memory whatsoever of having a son, I just want her and Alex to live happily ever after, is that too much to ask?


As always, Rice employs considerable irony. I didn’t hate it but I didn’t love it either. Not sure if there will be ranses to this story down the road So I tracked down a copy and did a swift reread. Si te leiste Ramses y te encanto pues nada adelante aunque veamos.

Buying a copy through this link supports this site but cost you no extra money. Cleopatra is revived, but by Ramses not pouring the entire vial of elixir on her, the restoration is incomplete; she is a half-formed monstrosity, awake and conscious yet with parts of her face, hands, and torso still gone.

Worth reading, if you’re into that sort of thing.

There is plenty of background and explanation given to explain what happened to Ramses in the first novel. Oh, and there are some understandably dramatic identity crises happening accordingly.

Ramses the Damned

During that time, I picked up and tried to read this book a couple of times. The book is fairly long, but Rice is always a fast read. She vows to find Ramses again someday for revenge.

I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. For other uses, see The Mummy disambiguation.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. I wouldn’t recommend this book to my worst enemy.

One of them breaks up with the other, because it is for the best. I would also recommend this series to people whom might enjoy reading about immortals that do not have to take life to live forever.


The Mummy (Ramses the Damned #1) by Anne Rice

But blame it on the Book Gods up there or something, I started with this oneā€¦and it made me question if I actually wanna give her other books a go or not. Her incomplete brain restoration leaves her not totally coherent; though Damhed later repairs her body with more of the potion, she appears to be insane and kills a number of people, including Henry.

Lists with This Book. She famned plenty of boring screentime where more interesting characters remain undeveloped Un libro que combina adrenalina, horror, suspenso, erotismo, romance, aventuras, misterio y seres sobrenaturales. This is just too corny and bland. My first read of and. This novel is no exception, as it was written at the height of her talents. Introduced in this novel are a couple new faces: