Servant of the Jackal God: The Tales of Kamose, Archpriest of Anubis

Servant of the Jackal God The Tales of Kamose Archpriest of Anubis Night Black Sorcery and the Wrath of Malevolent Gods More than any writer since Robert E Howard Keith Taylor has a unique ability to evoke sheer terror amid the remote and haunted reaches of the anci
  • Title: Servant of the Jackal God: The Tales of Kamose, Archpriest of Anubis
  • Author: KeithTaylor
  • ISBN: 9781617207297
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
  • Servant of the Jackal God: The Tales of Kamose, Archpriest of Anubis
    Night Black Sorcery and the Wrath of Malevolent Gods More than any writer since Robert E Howard, Keith Taylor has a unique ability to evoke sheer terror amid the remote and haunted reaches of the ancient world His tales of Kamose, archpriest of Anubis, the Egyptian god of death have been among the most popular features of the modern Weird Tales magazine Kamose awe Night Black Sorcery and the Wrath of Malevolent Gods More than any writer since Robert E Howard, Keith Taylor has a unique ability to evoke sheer terror amid the remote and haunted reaches of the ancient world His tales of Kamose, archpriest of Anubis, the Egyptian god of death have been among the most popular features of the modern Weird Tales magazine Kamose awesomely powerful, yet scarred, cursed, and nearly driven mad by forces even he cannot control for long Here are eleven of his supernatural adventures, two of them published for the first time nvincing and authentic, revealing a deep knowledge of the history and cultures of the period The Encyclopedia of Fantasy Keith Taylor s fiction won two Ditmar Awards, and was nominated for four , as well as for two Aurealis Awards.
    Servant of the Jackal God: The Tales of Kamose, Archpriest of Anubis By KeithTaylor,
    • DOWNLOAD PDF ✓ Servant of the Jackal God: The Tales of Kamose, Archpriest of Anubis - by KeithTaylor
      268 KeithTaylor
    • thumbnail Title: DOWNLOAD PDF ✓ Servant of the Jackal God: The Tales of Kamose, Archpriest of Anubis - by KeithTaylor
      Posted by:KeithTaylor
      Published :2019-012-27T09:10:55+00:00

    About " KeithTaylor "

  • KeithTaylor

    Keith John Taylor is an Australian science fiction and fantasy writer.Born in Tasmania, Taylor now resides in Melbourne, Australia Getting his start in Ted White s Fantastic magazine, Taylor went on to collaborate with Andrew J Offutt on two novels based upon the Robert E Howard hero, Cormac Mac Art His series of novels centering around the Irish bard, Felimid mac Fal, was published throughout the 1980s Much of Taylor s fictional output in the 1990s was in the Arthurian fantasy sub genre Many stories featuring his character, Kamose the Magician, were published in Weird Tales in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

  • 700 Comments

  • Servant of the Jackal God The Tales of Kamose, Archpriest of Anubis by Keith Taylor is highly recommended for the Weird Fiction Sword Sorcery reader Skelos is a magazine of Weird Fiction launched via Kickstarter Summer 2016 inside is great Viking horror Novelette by Keith Taylor called The Drowned Dead Shape It is great to know that he is still active I hope he revisits Kamose Taylor is also known for Cormac Mac Art Pastiche of REH with Andrew Offutt A Sword Sorcery Group Read made me aware that [...]


  • This is a interconnected set of 11 short stories that together form an overall story arc, even though the stories stand alone pretty well, too Many were previously published in Weird Tales , with 2 new ones.I m not quite sure if I d call these stories horror or dark fantasy What s to the point is that they re set in ancient Egypt, which makes a nice change from most of such books I ve read I m not at all an expert on ancient Egypt, but it seems to me that Taylor did a lot of research, and the s [...]



  • A collection of interconnected short stories about Kamose, archpriest of the Egyptian funerary god Anubis They or less follow Kamose s attempts to discover who tried to frame him in the first story, but if he solves the mystery I missed it All the same, the stories are interesting and a nice blend of Egyptian history and mythology My favorite stories involved Si hotep His tales strayed a little bit from the main story arc, but the creatures and magic involved were great If you love ancient Egyp [...]


  • Dark humor fantasy horror in a fabulous rich setting of mythic ancient Egypt My biggest beef was that these interconnected short stories are disjointed and rather narrow in their scope I think I would rather have read a novel about the character Kamose instead of these short stories, something where he s challenged, something where he actually struggles.Recommended to any fan of Egyptian mythology.My copy of this book was provided by the publisher through the LibraryThing Early Reviewers Program [...]



  • Post Your Comment Here

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *