The Passion of Cleopatra

The Passion of Cleopatra

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-grea From the iconic and bestselling author of The Mummy and The Vampire Chronicles, a mesmerizing, glamorous new tale of ...

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Title:The Passion of Cleopatra
Author:Anne Rice
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:B06XBHW866
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:416 pages pages

The Passion of Cleopatra Reviews

  • Cathy (cathepsut)
    Oct 02, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

  • Doria
    Nov 20, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

  • Teresa
    Feb 13, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

    Never really got going. I re-read before I dug into this and that was a mistake, because I got extremely annoyed by the repetition of 'things that happened in part one'. The plot isn't bad, but writing seemed stiff and forced. Also the explanations kept coming. When explained that immo...

    Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra By Anne Rice & Christopher Rice Genre - Literary Fiction Category - Historical Fiction/Romance/Paranormal/Gothic Pages - 416 Publication Info - Anchor; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (November 21, 2017) Format - ...

    Unos cuantos años han pasado para que hayan sacado una continuación de Ramses. Si lo tuviese que comparar diría que es del estilo de la saga de los longevos de Eva García. Es decir dónde antes estaba Ramses ahora hay una super reina "sientifica" que es la repera limonera mucho má...

    Ramses The Damned, The Passion of Cleopatra: Great for fans, other buyers.. maybe not as much In the mid-1990's, I was an adolescent mess. I wore a studded dog collar and wallowed (happily) in angst. I listened to a lot of Joy Division and Nine Inch Nails; I had eyeliner tattooed on...

    Exciting and fantastic with a brilliant cast of characters. Light years ahead of The Mummy. I would put this Anne/Christopher Rice novel up against The Vampire Lestat, which I believe to be one of the author?s best works of fiction. Everything the reader could want, it?s here. ...

    You know, I'm not completely sure why I'm still reading Anne Rice. I feel like I'm just reading the same story again and again to some degree. There was nothing wrong with this story as such; it reads well, and it's nice that Anne and her son Christopher are writing together these days...

    Decent read but not gripping This didn't enthrall me like The Mummy did. An average paranormal novel from a normally above average author. I didn't ever want to give up on it, but I could put it down. Ramses didn't seem quite as see inspiring, and Cleopatra's passion seemed underwhe...

    This book pulls you in from the very beginning. Action and adventure on every page. Many unexpected twists and turns. I highly recommend it!! ...

    Just when I thought I knew how everything would pan out, everything changed. Kept me on my toes. A pleasure to read. ...

  • Angela
    Mar 31, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

  • Debra
    Dec 14, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

  • Beth
    Apr 30, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

  • La Biblioteca de Atenea
    Feb 03, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

  • Douglas Meeks
    Nov 21, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

  • ☘Misericordia☘ ~ The Serendipity Aegis ~  ⚡ϟ⚡ϟ⚡⛈ ✺❂❤❣
    Nov 10, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

  • Karen
    Nov 21, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

  • Kindle Alexander
    Dec 14, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

  • Kimberly
    Nov 01, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

  • Jessica ☕
    Oct 31, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

  • Holly
    Dec 03, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

    Never really got going. I re-read before I dug into this and that was a mistake, because I got extremely annoyed by the repetition of 'things that happened in part one'. The plot isn't bad, but writing seemed stiff and forced. Also the explanations kept coming. When explained that immo...

    Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra By Anne Rice & Christopher Rice Genre - Literary Fiction Category - Historical Fiction/Romance/Paranormal/Gothic Pages - 416 Publication Info - Anchor; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (November 21, 2017) Format - ...

    Unos cuantos años han pasado para que hayan sacado una continuación de Ramses. Si lo tuviese que comparar diría que es del estilo de la saga de los longevos de Eva García. Es decir dónde antes estaba Ramses ahora hay una super reina "sientifica" que es la repera limonera mucho má...

    Ramses The Damned, The Passion of Cleopatra: Great for fans, other buyers.. maybe not as much In the mid-1990's, I was an adolescent mess. I wore a studded dog collar and wallowed (happily) in angst. I listened to a lot of Joy Division and Nine Inch Nails; I had eyeliner tattooed on...

    Exciting and fantastic with a brilliant cast of characters. Light years ahead of The Mummy. I would put this Anne/Christopher Rice novel up against The Vampire Lestat, which I believe to be one of the author?s best works of fiction. Everything the reader could want, it?s here. ...

    You know, I'm not completely sure why I'm still reading Anne Rice. I feel like I'm just reading the same story again and again to some degree. There was nothing wrong with this story as such; it reads well, and it's nice that Anne and her son Christopher are writing together these days...

    Decent read but not gripping This didn't enthrall me like The Mummy did. An average paranormal novel from a normally above average author. I didn't ever want to give up on it, but I could put it down. Ramses didn't seem quite as see inspiring, and Cleopatra's passion seemed underwhe...

    This book pulls you in from the very beginning. Action and adventure on every page. Many unexpected twists and turns. I highly recommend it!! ...

  • Jason Brown (Toastx2)
    Sep 30, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

    Never really got going. I re-read before I dug into this and that was a mistake, because I got extremely annoyed by the repetition of 'things that happened in part one'. The plot isn't bad, but writing seemed stiff and forced. Also the explanations kept coming. When explained that immo...

    Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra By Anne Rice & Christopher Rice Genre - Literary Fiction Category - Historical Fiction/Romance/Paranormal/Gothic Pages - 416 Publication Info - Anchor; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (November 21, 2017) Format - ...

    Unos cuantos años han pasado para que hayan sacado una continuación de Ramses. Si lo tuviese que comparar diría que es del estilo de la saga de los longevos de Eva García. Es decir dónde antes estaba Ramses ahora hay una super reina "sientifica" que es la repera limonera mucho má...

    Ramses The Damned, The Passion of Cleopatra: Great for fans, other buyers.. maybe not as much In the mid-1990's, I was an adolescent mess. I wore a studded dog collar and wallowed (happily) in angst. I listened to a lot of Joy Division and Nine Inch Nails; I had eyeliner tattooed on...

  • Amanda
    May 02, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

  • Elchamaco
    Aug 20, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

    Never really got going. I re-read before I dug into this and that was a mistake, because I got extremely annoyed by the repetition of 'things that happened in part one'. The plot isn't bad, but writing seemed stiff and forced. Also the explanations kept coming. When explained that immo...

    Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra By Anne Rice & Christopher Rice Genre - Literary Fiction Category - Historical Fiction/Romance/Paranormal/Gothic Pages - 416 Publication Info - Anchor; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (November 21, 2017) Format - ...

    Unos cuantos años han pasado para que hayan sacado una continuación de Ramses. Si lo tuviese que comparar diría que es del estilo de la saga de los longevos de Eva García. Es decir dónde antes estaba Ramses ahora hay una super reina "sientifica" que es la repera limonera mucho má...

  • Maria
    Feb 04, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

    Never really got going. I re-read before I dug into this and that was a mistake, because I got extremely annoyed by the repetition of 'things that happened in part one'. The plot isn't bad, but writing seemed stiff and forced. Also the explanations kept coming. When explained that immo...

    Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra By Anne Rice & Christopher Rice Genre - Literary Fiction Category - Historical Fiction/Romance/Paranormal/Gothic Pages - 416 Publication Info - Anchor; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (November 21, 2017) Format - ...

    Unos cuantos años han pasado para que hayan sacado una continuación de Ramses. Si lo tuviese que comparar diría que es del estilo de la saga de los longevos de Eva García. Es decir dónde antes estaba Ramses ahora hay una super reina "sientifica" que es la repera limonera mucho má...

    Ramses The Damned, The Passion of Cleopatra: Great for fans, other buyers.. maybe not as much In the mid-1990's, I was an adolescent mess. I wore a studded dog collar and wallowed (happily) in angst. I listened to a lot of Joy Division and Nine Inch Nails; I had eyeliner tattooed on...

    Exciting and fantastic with a brilliant cast of characters. Light years ahead of The Mummy. I would put this Anne/Christopher Rice novel up against The Vampire Lestat, which I believe to be one of the author?s best works of fiction. Everything the reader could want, it?s here. ...

  • Nanja Beesknees
    Dec 18, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

    Never really got going. I re-read before I dug into this and that was a mistake, because I got extremely annoyed by the repetition of 'things that happened in part one'. The plot isn't bad, but writing seemed stiff and forced. Also the explanations kept coming. When explained that immo...

  • Paul Nash
    Feb 15, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

  • Juli
    Aug 12, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

  • Katrine Austin
    May 08, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

    Never really got going. I re-read before I dug into this and that was a mistake, because I got extremely annoyed by the repetition of 'things that happened in part one'. The plot isn't bad, but writing seemed stiff and forced. Also the explanations kept coming. When explained that immo...

    Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra By Anne Rice & Christopher Rice Genre - Literary Fiction Category - Historical Fiction/Romance/Paranormal/Gothic Pages - 416 Publication Info - Anchor; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (November 21, 2017) Format - ...

    Unos cuantos años han pasado para que hayan sacado una continuación de Ramses. Si lo tuviese que comparar diría que es del estilo de la saga de los longevos de Eva García. Es decir dónde antes estaba Ramses ahora hay una super reina "sientifica" que es la repera limonera mucho má...

    Ramses The Damned, The Passion of Cleopatra: Great for fans, other buyers.. maybe not as much In the mid-1990's, I was an adolescent mess. I wore a studded dog collar and wallowed (happily) in angst. I listened to a lot of Joy Division and Nine Inch Nails; I had eyeliner tattooed on...

    Exciting and fantastic with a brilliant cast of characters. Light years ahead of The Mummy. I would put this Anne/Christopher Rice novel up against The Vampire Lestat, which I believe to be one of the author?s best works of fiction. Everything the reader could want, it?s here. ...

    You know, I'm not completely sure why I'm still reading Anne Rice. I feel like I'm just reading the same story again and again to some degree. There was nothing wrong with this story as such; it reads well, and it's nice that Anne and her son Christopher are writing together these days...

    Decent read but not gripping This didn't enthrall me like The Mummy did. An average paranormal novel from a normally above average author. I didn't ever want to give up on it, but I could put it down. Ramses didn't seem quite as see inspiring, and Cleopatra's passion seemed underwhe...

  • Llanos
    Jul 22, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

  • William Bitner Jr.
    Oct 08, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

    Never really got going. I re-read before I dug into this and that was a mistake, because I got extremely annoyed by the repetition of 'things that happened in part one'. The plot isn't bad, but writing seemed stiff and forced. Also the explanations kept coming. When explained that immo...

    Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra By Anne Rice & Christopher Rice Genre - Literary Fiction Category - Historical Fiction/Romance/Paranormal/Gothic Pages - 416 Publication Info - Anchor; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (November 21, 2017) Format - ...

  • Gary
    Nov 24, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

  • Dana Aprigliano
    Jul 23, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

  • Emily
    Jul 20, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

  • Luupi
    Oct 27, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

  • Sh3lly (grumpybookgrrrl)
    Sep 07, 2017

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

  • Haldoor42
    May 24, 2018

    3.5 stars Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt became an immortal after drinking the elixir of life. He is engaged and living in Edwardian England with his finance Julie. Julie has changed recently, and no one seems to know why her eyes are now bright blue. Ramses and his immor...

    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 cou...

    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. ...

    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! ...

    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 ba...

    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 moved more smoothly for me. The alternating POVs of the various...

    See my full review and much more on 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...

    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 tone. Gone are her beautiful, languid, descriptive sentences and conjured sce...

    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 l...

    Oof, yet another episode of Lifetimes of the Rich and Immortal. The writing is typical Anne Rice, without much trace of her son, Christopher, so far as I can tell. But, as with so many of her recent novels, she is falling back on increasingly hackneyed descriptions of impossibly gorgeo...

    First: If you have not read book 1 The Mummy then you need to stop here and get it and make sure you are as enamored by this story as I was and still am (this is a sequel that took almost 7 years to be written) I am not going to talk to much about the story itself, the synopsis and ...

    *I would like to thank Penguin First to Read for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Speaking of which, this review will be FULL OF SPOILERS for THE MUMMY, OR RAMSES THE DAMNED!* Even now, as I?ve finished reading Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra, ...

    what to say about this book all I can really say is anne rice has done it again penned a story that the reader gets lost in. a world full of wonder and magic fantastic 5 stars all round ...

    I've gone two the bookstore two times already and both I wanted to buy this one but it's just soo expensive :'( But next month I'll do it no matter what, it sounds so good! ...

    I received an ARC of this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. I chose to not reread the first book before starting this one. I read and adored the first one a decade ago during my high school Anne Rice phase. This book does a pretty good job of reminding the reader of pertinent plot poi...

    Why??????????? I wanted a sequel to The Mummy for YEARS! I absolutely adored that entire book, and it begged for a sequel. But why now??? I just can't. :'( ...

    DNF 90% Creo que es la primera vez que dejo de leer un libro cuando me queda tan poquito para terminarlo, pero es que me estaba aburriendo soberanamente. He intentado leer a ratitos durante semanas para ver si lo terminaba, porque Anne Rice solía ser de mis autoras favoritas,...

    La verdad es que leer la segunda parte de un libro del que leíste la primera parte hace 'veintimuchos' años es un poco complicado. Te acuerdas de que te gustó mucho, de las sensaciones que tuviste leyendo el libro y de que hubieras devorado una segunda parte si hubiese salido al añ...

    This much-anticipated sequel (almost 30 years in the making!) sputtered off to an unfortunate slow start. All characters are meandering about, going somewhere, presumably, do something, I guess. Yawn. (Okay, okay, I'm being too harsh -- Alex and his mother are going to throw an engagem...

    4 stars **What happens to your soul if you are brought back to life...after being dead for over 2000 years?*** This book takes place immediately where book 1 left off. A slow start but it definitely picks up and is pretty damn interesting. All the history Rice displays here sh...

    Q: You will learn as you get older, my dear girl, that not everyone reads as you do. Not everyone has the same encounter with language. There is a heightened sensitivity in you, to be sure, but you can embrace it. It?s far more than just a nervous condition, these tears you shed whe...

    Never really got going. I re-read before I dug into this and that was a mistake, because I got extremely annoyed by the repetition of 'things that happened in part one'. The plot isn't bad, but writing seemed stiff and forced. Also the explanations kept coming. When explained that immo...

    Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra By Anne Rice & Christopher Rice Genre - Literary Fiction Category - Historical Fiction/Romance/Paranormal/Gothic Pages - 416 Publication Info - Anchor; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (November 21, 2017) Format - ...

    Unos cuantos años han pasado para que hayan sacado una continuación de Ramses. Si lo tuviese que comparar diría que es del estilo de la saga de los longevos de Eva García. Es decir dónde antes estaba Ramses ahora hay una super reina "sientifica" que es la repera limonera mucho má...

    Ramses The Damned, The Passion of Cleopatra: Great for fans, other buyers.. maybe not as much In the mid-1990's, I was an adolescent mess. I wore a studded dog collar and wallowed (happily) in angst. I listened to a lot of Joy Division and Nine Inch Nails; I had eyeliner tattooed on...

    Exciting and fantastic with a brilliant cast of characters. Light years ahead of The Mummy. I would put this Anne/Christopher Rice novel up against The Vampire Lestat, which I believe to be one of the author?s best works of fiction. Everything the reader could want, it?s here. ...

    You know, I'm not completely sure why I'm still reading Anne Rice. I feel like I'm just reading the same story again and again to some degree. There was nothing wrong with this story as such; it reads well, and it's nice that Anne and her son Christopher are writing together these days...