Anne Rice, Christopher Rice [Summary] Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra

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Lennia 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 ueen 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 immortalityand the secrets of the miraculous unknowable endless expanse of the univers. No one writes like Anne Rice The threads of history characters and places intertwined with immortal beings build a story that carries over centuries I ve read every one of Anne Rice s Vampire Chronicles and the Mayfair Witches series please give us this series on Kindle and wait anxiously for the next

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Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra

From the iconic and bestselling author of The Mummyand 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 ueen Cleopatra Ramses has. When I first read the Mummy Ramses the Damned I totally loved it the charecters that created the story Having been a fan of Anne Rive for years I thought a second book would soon follow But I guess you can t rush these thingsSo finally I have read Cleopatra s story and found it every bit as enjoyable as the first

review Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra

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 uest 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 mil. In 2014 I emailed Anne Rice to tell her how much I loved The Mummy when I first read it at the tender age of 14 26 years ago and how I have been longing all this time for the promised seuel Imagine my surprise when Anne emailed me back in less than an hour saying she thought of the characters often and was inspired I have been waiting for this seuel for so long and just finished reading and LOVE what Anne and Christopher have done They have created a new world for these characters and I see adventures in their future too I devoured this book At first I thought I could tell the difference between writing styles but I could not in the end The flow and prose was seamless classic the story intriguing and I am again left wanting I hope we will see mother and son collaborate again soon for a third book in this series Thank you so much Anne and ChristopherJules Keith Le NC USA


11 thoughts on “Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra

  1. says:

    I have read and own every book Anne has written, including a signed First Edition copy of The Mummy. Ramses The

  2. says:

    I have been an avid Anne Rice fan since I was a teenager. Ramses the Damned was written the year I was born. I discovered the original book while I was a teenager and absolutely fascinated with Egyptian history and lore.
    This new installment did not disappoint. I appreciated the fact that Anne Rice relied on hey audience having read the previous book. Far too many contemporary authors spend too much time retelling the story

  3. says:

    When I first read the Mummy, Ramses the Damned I totally loved it the charecters that created the story. Having been a fan of Anne Rive for years I thought a second book would soon follow. But, I guess you can't rush these things.
    So finally I have read Cleopatra's story and found it every bit as enjoyable as the firs

  4. says:

    In 2014 I emailed Anne Rice to tell her how much I loved The Mummy when I first read it at the tender age of 14 (26 years ago!) and how I have been longing all this time for the promised sequel. Imagine my surpri

  5. says:

    I have to honestly say that I didn't truly get into this story until I was about half way through it. The start was a lot of bouncing around between characters with each new chapter, and what seemed like a lot of back story. Anne Rice has a way with words, but sometimes ideas can go on a bit too long.

    That being said, I did like the story. Once the characters came together, the switching between chapters wasn't

  6. says:

    The Mummy is one of my favorite Anne Rice books so I was excited to see this sequel. Ugh. What a disappointment.

    It is not a long book but it seemed to take forever to get through it. It was not engaging and didn’t hold my attention

  7. says:

    No one writes like Anne Rice. The threads of history, characters and places intertwined with immortal beings build a story that carries over centuries. I’ve read every one of Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles and the Mayfair Witches series (please give us this series on Kindle! ) and wait anxiously for the next.

  8. says:

    I've enjoyed many of Anne Rice's previous books, but I'm sorry to say this book is a terrible read.

    The st

  9. says:

    I love this story and she writes with just the right amount of fiction and facts entwined, just like the 'vampire chronicles'

  10. says:

    As a massive Anne Rice fan i was really excited for this book, since Ramses was always one of my favourite characters. However, i don;'t feel it had the panache or empathy of her other books so felt a bit let down.

  11. says:

    Good read if you enjoy Egyptian history /fantasy. I enjoyed the first one too

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