Mummy Volume 1: Dark Resurrection Volume (2020)

Mummy Volume 1: Dark Resurrection Volume Michael Paine Mummy Volume Dark Resurrection Volume Ardath Bey is a mystic with secret knowledge about the fates of all those who would pursue a certain fabled priestess in Egypt Bey seems possessed of remarkable powers and an almost supernatural secon
  • Title: Mummy Volume 1: Dark Resurrection Volume
  • Author: Michael Paine
  • ISBN: 9781595820525
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Paperback
Mummy Volume 1: Dark Resurrection Volume Michael Paine Ardath Bey is a mystic with secret knowledge about the fates of all those who would pursue a certain fabled priestess in Egypt Bey seems possessed of remarkable powers and an almost supernatural second sight, and for good reason Bey is the living mummy Imhotep.
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  1. Quentin Wallace

    I think I liked this better than most, at least going from reviews, but it still ended up somewhat lacking.For those of you expecting a mummy in bandages walking around stalking people, this isn t it This relies on mystical powers and Imhotep in his human disguise as Ardath Bey Not that there isn t plenty of mystical horror as well.I recently read Usher s Passing by Robert McCammon, and the vibe of this book was similar There was a very rich and powerful family with many secrets in its past, an [...]

  2. Don Weiss

    Perhaps Universal Studios wrote themselves into a corner when they created Imhotep, the immortal Egyptian high priest portrayed so memorably by Boris Karloff in the original 1932 version of THE MUMMY How can anyone defeat a villain so powerful that he can kill with a single thought from miles away The question was never really answered, and Imhotep was replaced by the bandaged, lumbering, and comparatively easier to destroy Kharis I was hoping the intervening years would allow for enough creativ [...]

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