Fury from the Tomb by S.A. Sidor

Fury from the Tomb

Mummies, grave-robbing ghouls, hopping vampires, and evil monks beset a young archaeologist, in this fast-paced Indiana Jones-style adventureSaqqara, Egypt, 1888, and in the booby-trapped tomb of an ancient sorcerer, Rom, a young Egyptologist, makes the discovery of a lifetime: five coffins and an eerie, oversized sarcophagus. But the expedition seems cursed, for after unearthing the mummies, all but Rom die horribly. He faithfully returns to Ame...


Details Fury from the Tomb

TitleFury from the Tomb
ISBN9780857667618
Author
Release DateMay 1st, 2018
PublisherAngry Robot
GenreFantasy, Horror, Historical, Historical Fiction, Northern Africa, Egypt, Historical Fantasy, History, Archaeology, Science Fiction Fantasy
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Reviews Fury from the Tomb

  • Dan Schwent
    1970-01-01
    Romulus Hardy, Egyptologist, heads to Egypt to go a-digging and unearths a sarcophagus and six caskets. Upon getting them to America, the mummies are stolen by ghouls and hauled off to Mexico. Will Rom ever find his mummies?This was a Netgalley find, chosen by my love of Indiana Jones and similar tales.Okay, I didn't technically finish reading this book but I'm finished for all intents and purposes. I'm not going to tear into the book. I'll just ...
  • Josh
    1970-01-01
    Horror, adventure, the supernatural, and Egyptology seasoned with a spice of the wild-west fuel this journey into the unknown. Romulus Hardy, an eager Egyptologst is commissioned to travel to Egypt to unearth the tomb of a mysterious yet powerful Pharaoh - he ultimately succeeds but success comes at great cost with the band of men on his expedition loosing their lives. On bringing the sarcophagus back to America, his mysterious benefactor remains...
  • Chad
    1970-01-01
    A Mummy story set in the Old West. Romulus Hardy, burgeoning Egyptologist, sets out on his first expedition and uncovers more than he bargained for. While bringing the mummies to California, they are stolen and he has to track them down before they are used to take over the world.This is setup as some kind of Indiana Jones, pulpy adventure. The problem is that it's told first hand in letters from Romulus Hardy. He's a huge windbag and drones on f...
  • Dana Kenedy (Dana and the Books)
    1970-01-01
    3.5 -- review to come
  • Paul
    1970-01-01
    Take it from me, I work in higher education, Dr Romulus Hugo Hardy is your quintessential academic. He is the consummate scholar, happy to wax lyrical about bygone ages and learn the secrets of times past. He dreams about travelling to Egypt and discovering what once was lost. Enter mysterious benefactor, Montague Pythagoras Waterson. Hardy is offered the opportunity of a lifetime. Throwing caution to the wind Hardy embraces his inner explorer an...
  • Robert Bose
    1970-01-01
    I fantastic cross between weird western and classic pulp. Loved it.
  • Elaine Aldred
    1970-01-01
    It’s 1888. A time when it was still possible to make wondrous discoveries of antiquities in ancient Egyptian tombs.When young Romulus Hugo Hardy sets forth to make his name in the world of Egyptology, little does he know what remarkable and terrifying events his uncovering of a booby-trapped tomb of an ancient sorcerer will set in motion.After surviving a near-death experience, Rom makes it to America with his cargo of mummies, only to have the...
  • Tim
    1970-01-01
    I want my mummy! And S.A. Sidor's novel provides; there's more than one ancient, enwrapped, dead mofo a-lurchin' about in "Fury From the Tomb" (no, that's not a side project of band Rocket From the Crypt). A title like that and a B-movie-poster cover promise fun — and it is, though maybe not quite as much fun as it thinks."Fury From the Tomb" is an unholy (of course; there's mummies brought back from the dead!) fusion of old-school pulp fiction...
  • Sheldon Wiebe
    1970-01-01
    Not to oversell Fury from the Tomb, but it's a novel to rival H. Rider Haggard's SHE and A. Merritt's The Ship of Ishtar.It's got an intrepid Egyptologist, mummies, a god-slayer (evil, of course0, worm creatures that can take human form, a beautiful (and resourceful) young woman, a Chinese boy with a secret and even a gunslinger/bounty hunter.The writing is superb (little period details like saying "sooner said than done" instead of today's "Easi...
  • Amanda
    1970-01-01
    I believed I only barely just liked this book, but when I thought I'd accidentally deleted it from my device before finishing it I was surprised at how crestfallen I was. I really wanted to know what happened next! Sure, the main character/narrator was kind of annoying (and had a ridiculous habit of waxing rhapsodic over the virtues of the cowboy guide out of nowhere in the middle of the action), but the plot and creepy supernatural elements kept...
  • The Irregular Reader
    1970-01-01
    In 1888, young Egyptologist Romulous Hardy is offered a vast sum of money by a reclusive millionaire to search for ancient tombs in Egypt. Hardy jumps at the chance to get out of the library and into the field, but soon finds himself dealing with things no one could have forseen. After tragedy befalls his expedition, Hardy is charged with bringing the mummies he recovered (six in all, though one sarcophagus is twice as big as any normal human) ...
  • Daniel
    1970-01-01
    A short take:After a strong, swift start that successfully mimicked the pulp adventure of yesteryear, the plot slowed down to a lazy shuffle. By the halfway point, I was sad to find my attentions wandering. There are some fun moments to be had (I especially liked how Sidor worked in Chinese vampires), but they got lost in the lag. I might have liked this more at half it’s published length.
  • Marcia Ditter
    1970-01-01
    There was some of the Raiders of the Lost Ark and some of The Mummy.Interesting read.
  • Ashley
    1970-01-01
    Weird and creepy and different. Not at all what I was expecting, but very good.
  • J.D. Dehart
    1970-01-01
    Fury from the Tomb is a modern-day pulp novel, something in the line of The Spider, The Shadow, and Indiana Jones. It's easy-to-read adventure and most entertaining. Recommended for readers looking for a good time and some fun fantasy.