Fury from the Tomb: The Institute for Singular Antiquities, Book I Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Great pulpy adventureReviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 July 2020
From the awesome cover to the brilliant voice and storytelling inside, this is an action adventure with great characters, diabolical evildoers, and a huge sense of fun. Loved it.
B-Movie feel... excellent!Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 May 2019
I just loved the B-Movie feel to this book. Complete escapism. Not to be taken seriously, I enjoyed it immensely.
Michael R. Rousseau
Scratches that "fantasy archaeology" itchReviewed in Canada on 25 September 2018
Great fun for anybody who grew up with Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider, and for anybody who enjoys a good, pulpy good time. Features strong female presence, a likable protagonist, and the most unsettling tomb-diving sequence I've ever read. It's hard for written words to scare me, but I was squirming at my seat at more than one point. Sidor is great at playing on common fears, executing on them to keep readers morbidly curious at what horrors he'll sick on them next.
An absolute must-read wild adventure!Reviewed in the United States on 11 May 2018
Sidor’s books have a lean, vivid writing style: “waterless seas...crushing waves of granular yellow death.” I find myself holding my breath to see what happens next. Fury From The Tomb is a fun, action-packed, pulp adventure. From the opening letter to Rom, the Egyptologist, you’re drawn right into the action. Spanning the globe, this wild tale begins in the sands of Egypt but soon leads to the scorching deserts of Mexico. The tension builds and builds. Kek the Sorcerer is one nasty Big Bad. You'll meet mummy henchmen, ghouls, and nightmarish pitfalls that will keep you riveted until the satisfying conclusion. Bravo, SA Sidor! More please!
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Engaging, thrilling, compelling pulp weirdnessReviewed in the United States on 29 August 2019
FURY FROM THE TOMB is a welcome surprise and addition to my pulp genre collection of books. Told from the perspective of Romulus Hardy, archaeologist, the story opens in the 1920s and flashes back to the late 1800s, telling a grisly tale of excavation, escape, and elevated action. I haven't had this much fun with a novel in a long time; blending weird horror and westerns with the traditional "mummy" tale truly makes this a read that pulls the reader in and rarely releases the tension. SA Sidor's prose is quick, pointed, and brisk. Each new chapter brings a new twist to the story, none of which feel too out-of-left-field. Stakes are continually raised, oddities get odder, and I wanted a big bowl of popcorn the whole time. I've got a big to-read pile, but I'm going to be bumping up the second entry in this series very soon.