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"There is a voice in my head, slithering through my mind like a serpent. It whispers dark things. Tells me to feed." (Osiris, Egyptian lord of the underworld.)
Were the Egyptian gods fanciful imaginings of primitive people or something more? Some believe they once walked the Earth as mortals, that they warred and loved just as any of their worshippers.
This is their story--the tale of how Isis gained the power of shaping. How mighty Osiris died and lived again. How they discovered the fabled First Ark, a structure older than man. It is the tale of us all, the story that shaped our race from cave dwellers into the people we are today.
Are these fanciful tales? Or long-lost truth wrapped in myth? Only time knows.
"It's like Clan of the Cave Bear ran right into The Walking Dead." (The author's totally biased friend.)
I recently read/listened to No Such thing as Werewolves, and was DYING for more. As I’m unable to buy No Mere Zombie right this second, I was thrilled to find this prequel novella!!
Isis intrigued me, and so a story of her history and how she came to be in the ark was great. The path she took, and the birth of the flesh eaters was interesting, detailed, and well written. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I hope for another prequel about how the wolves came into play. Or does that already exist?
Anyway, this is a short but satisfying installment to a series I have a feeling is going to be a favorite of mine, and I highly recommend it!
Bob says: 4 Platypires!