Amara, Princess of Egypt, lies in her coffin in the Charles Wood museum.
She's been dead for 4000 years. Or has she? Barney, the nightwatchman, is the first to discover the mummy's coffin has been broken open.
It seems grave-robbers are at work, so it's a pity that Barney can't tell the authorities - the dead can't testify to anything.
Now Amara is free again and nothing can kill her...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 448 pages
- Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
- Publication Date: 01/12/2003
- Category: Horror & ghost stories
- ISBN: 9780747267317
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Review by pussreboots
Amara was one of the first book rings I signed up for through BookCrossing. The ring got stalled or lost along the way, so I purchased my own copy. Finally after having the book sitting on my shelves, I've bothered to read the book. Frankly, I wish I hadn't.Amara the rampaging, blood thirsty mummy has very little to do with the over all plot of the book, save for killing off a bunch of otherwise pointless characters late in the book. The bulk of the story is actually a bunch of poorly written, ill-conceived erotica. There's a house with a basement where kidnapped people (of both genders) are being raped through plastic barriers but the experience is so pleasurable that they actually enjoy their situation (um, yeah, sure) and there's an Egyptian Copt who is apparently God's gift to womankind. So in between the Copt's sexual exploits and the torture in the basement, the actual plot of the curator and her detective boyfriend tracking down Amara before she can kill again lumbers along.Frankly the book bored me to tears. Erotica. just isn't my thing and the sex in this book seemed to be the only point. Of all of the books I've read this year, Amara is one of the worst.