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eBook The Mummy (Point Horror) ePub

by Barbara Steiner

  • ISBN: 0590135953
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Barbara Steiner
  • Language: English Spanish
  • Publisher: Scholastic Point (1996)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1348 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1659 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 868


Point Horror books are simple and easy to read. This book wasn't hugely scary, even though there were a few creepy moments. I had never read anything by Barbara Stein so this was my first taste of any of her books. Although I really enjoyed this one, I felt it was missing something.

Point Horror books are simple and easy to read. Maybe I found this book late in my life because I know my younger self would have squealed in delight with the themes this book presented.

An empty sarcophagus, a dumb jock boyfriend, a girl falling in love with a long-dead Egyptian prince – did Barbara Steiner's The Mummy get ripped off for the 1999 movie The Mummy? We're calling it: yes! Join Kirsty Logan and Heather Parry to lovingly dissect the best (and worst) of 90s teen horror.

Point Horror is a series of young adult horror fiction books. The series was most popular among teenaged girls

Point Horror is a series of young adult horror fiction books. The series was most popular among teenaged girls. The Point Horror series was launched in 1991 by Scholastic Inc, with the publisher re-releasing several of its previous titles under the Point Horror banner. Authors who published under the label of Point Horror include . Stine, Diane Hoh, Richie Tankersley Cusick, Christopher Pike, and Caroline B. Cooney. The series was notable as Blind Date was one of .

Title: The Mummy (Point Horror) Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Author: Barbara Steiner ISBN 10: 0439011639. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Books will be free of page markings. The Mummy by Barbara Steiner (Paperback, 1999). Pre-owned: lowest price.

ISBN 10: 0590135953 ISBN 13: 9780590135955. Publisher: Scholastic Point, 1996. From the moment Lana sees the mummy of the handsome Prince Nefra at the Egyptian exhibit, she gets an eerie feeling. She hears him whisper "Come back, my princess. One misty night she sees the mummy in the park, chanting the same mysterious words.

Related: point horror books lot point horror book lot point horror lot richie tankersley cusick. The Phantom (Point Horror) By Barbara Steiner.

The Mummy - Barbara Steiner. This coffin is empty, Dr. David Walters said, pointing to an ornately painted wooden coffin, because someone robbed the grave of the princess Urbena and took her mummy. Chapter 1. He smiled, tilted his head slightly, and looked at the group gathered around him, especially the reporters. Legend tells us there is a curse on the tomb that will be broken only when the mummy of Urbena is found and returned.

From the moment Lana sees the mummy of the handsome Prince Nefra at the Egyptian exhibit, she gets an eerie feeling. She hears him whisper "Come back, my princess. Come back". One misty night she sees the mummy in the park, chanting the same mysterious words. Soon Lana is trapped between horror and longing, fantasy and reality.


Jozrone Jozrone
I love movie novelizations. I loved this movie. I usually enjoy Max Allan it pains me to say I just didn't enjoy this book. I want 'extras or slight differences' in my novelizations from their movie counterparts. Most are based on the screenplay, not the finished product we see on screen; so I'm not sure I can blame Mr. Collins for how this came across.

Virtually gone was all the humor from every character with minor exceptions; especially Jonathan who was the funny man in the film. I didn't like how Rick kept referring to Evelyn as 'baby'. It sounded too condescending & out of place. I don't mind swearing as a whole; but there was some in this book that wasn't present in the movie. It wasn't needed in the movie & it didn't add to the book. You do get some interesting extra material in the beginning with Imhotep & the rituals. There are also some sections that are great verbal renditions of the movie scenes. I don't want a replay of every scene exactly as it is in the film, but this novelization showed how just slight variances in dialogue changed the whole tone of the narrative.

I loved the movie. After all these years it still holds up as an enjoyable, fun viewing experience. Sadly, the novelization doesn't capture that charm. Despite my disappointment, I may give the sequel a try simply since the characters & their personalities were established, Collins would have a better idea how to write them the second time around.

I think if you've never seen the movie, this would be an entertaining, quick read for sure. If you've seen the film & enjoyed may want to steer clear of this novelization.
Xaluenk Xaluenk
I greatly enjoyed "The Mummy" when it was resurrected several years ago. I recall late hours spent watching Zacherlee and Shock Theater, entranced by the antics of a whole slew of monsters, with The Mummy being one of the most memorable. In those days movies still had to have plots and spooky atmospherics to do what we do with special effects and a truckload of gore today.
What made the new "Mummy" fun was not just the updated effects. It also had just the right tongue-in-cheek attitude. Let's face it, mummy movies are high camp. Abbott and Costello figured it out first, but it took decades before Universal Pictures discovered the same secret.
When I discovered that the novelization of "The Mummy Returns" was available I snapped it up. After all, paperbacks are still cheaper than movies and they can be re-read. Set 10 years later than the original movie, Rick O'Connell and Evelyn Carnahan have married and have an 8-year-old son, Alex. They have returned to Egypt seeking the Bracelet of Anubis, an ancient artifact associated with the legendary Scorpion King of Egypt's fabled past. In doing so they trigger an adventure that will have them chasing all over the Egyptian map. For, not far from the O'Connell dig, a group of nefarious cultists are once again resurrecting the mummy of the evil Imhotep, the real star of the first movie.
Imhotep's has plans for the Scorpion King and his minions which require the bracelet. He would also like to even the score with the O'Connells, who foiled his first return. When Alex inadvertently puts on the Bracelet of Anubis, and is kidnapped, he triggers a chase scene that stretches from England to Abyssinia. Before Alex (and life as we know it) is rescued, our doughty heroes will be treated to every kind of adventure and mishap, including reincarnation, dirigible rides, pigmy zombies, and the Scorpion King himself.
"The Mummy Returns" is an excellent novelization of what is a movie that is long on fun and action even if it is a bit short on plot. Max Collins does a good job of taking a thin script and turning it into something enjoyable. Don't expect deep insights or serious Egyptology. This is simply a few hours of enjoyable, light entertainment. Have fun!!
monotronik monotronik
I love to collect movies and their corresponding novelizations. So obviously this was a must have. Collins captures all the suspense and action of the movie as well as providing unseen backstory. Excellent read.
Villo Villo
I love this novelization. For me, it is enjoyable having been a long time fan of the films. It allows you to re imagine it as if you were the director making a new film version of the movie.
Alsath Alsath
Great book! This book makes it as if you are the director of the film by giving you the opportunity to envision the Mummy through the big screen of your own imagination. I love this!!
Leyl Leyl
Great condition, exactly as I expected
Zainn Zainn
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