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Isis Unbound

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Winner of the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel.

Inspired in part by Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Percy Bysshe Shelley's, Prometheus Unbound, and the works of Rider Haggard and R. E. Howard, Isis Unbound is set in an alternate history, steampunk version of 1890's Manceastre, Britanniae, ruled by a new governor general related to a descendant of Ant...more
Kindle Edition, 235 pages
Published May 7th 2012 by Dark Regions Press
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Stephen Theaker
Mar 31, 2013 Stephen Theaker marked it as unfinished
I didn’t get very far into this before giving up. Some really dull and clunky passages, a point of view that seemed to wander from a child to a goddess in the course of a paragraph, an Egyptian dynasty that has for some reason adopted a dating system devised (in our world) by a Christian monk in the sixth century; each a brick in the wall that stopped me reading further. Maybe it gets better: there were some good things in the parts I read — the embalming of a pregnant woman in the early pages p...more
Susan
Loved this book. I think one of the things about it is that I don't think I've ever read such a twist before. Cleopatra and Antony do not lose the battle to Octavian and as such, Egypt becomes a mega superpower. Fast forward to 1800s England where the story is set and where the Egyptians still rule and the egyptian gods still walk the earth.
Sarah
I tried to like this book, but only made it 70 pages in before I gave up. It is horribly written and bounces back and forth between character viewpoints within the some paragraph. The story has promise, but ultimately the writing is such a turn off that reading it is a struggle.
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