Isis Unbound by Allyson Bird

“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, a steampunk version of 1890’s Manceastre, Britanniae…

“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, a steampunk version of 1890’s Manceastre, Britanniae, ruled by a new governor-general related to a descendant of Anthony and Cleopatra, who won the battle of Actium two thousand years ago, and where the ancient Egyptian gods are real.

…Only a god can kill a god. Nepythys has killed her sister, Isis, and therefore the dead cannot pass over to the underworld — their ranks are rapidly swelling and they now roam the streets as zombies. Chief Embalmer Ptolemy Child’s two daughters, Ella and Loli are being instructed in the secrets of mummification, when the dead begin to wake and walk. And eventually lead the sisters to the greatest mystery of all: Isis, herself…”

Isis Unbound by Allyson Bird is published on 20 September by Dark Regions Press.