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I think when I picked this up I had made an assumption, I must not have either read the back or looked closely enough at the picture, because I had assumed it was a bout a kid whose mother was a secret agent, then I realised it was the whole Egyptian thing wring Mummy Anyway a reasonably entertaining book and start to the series. I love Egypt, I love mysteries and detectives, so what do you get if you combine them This great book I really enjoyed this book, the only reason I didn t rate it higher was because of the puns they do get a bit lame and how is it that SAM doesn t get life on earth, even after so many years on it and also because of all the coincidences that happened I just wish it was a bit magical, and less following a path.While Niall is the only one who tells us the story, and shows us what happens through his POV, I would say SAM is also a main character.Niall was a great character, a typical boy though, with a sister he dislikes but it is mutual, as expected and a love for electronics But with what happens in this book, he becomes a typical boy with something extra I loved that even though that happened, he still remained pretty much the same as he was It is refreshing, not a character that instantly gets annoying or thinks he can do anything and everything phew I did like the fact his name was also a pun and matched with the whole Egypt theme SAM or Secret Agent Mummy was a great character, though I do wonder how he survived through the ages He is quite an idiot, doesn t get word puns, takes things a bit too literal and tends to lose all his battles It is a miracle that he is still alive well, as much as you can call a mummy alive But, I could also see that he tried, that he just went for it and tried to capture people, tried to do his job And in the end and with some help he gets really far with stuff I really hope we will find out about his past in the next book We do get some information, but I am still curious and want to know The only recurring character I didn t like was Mew if the sister kept popping up, she would have gotten that place I get she is a goddess or a reincarnation of a goddess, but dear Lord, was the attitude truly needed I know that in ancient Egypt cats were worshipped, but this cat took it way too far for me Mumbum was interesting, but it also shows that this is a kids book Mumbum is what it says, a dog with a bandaged bum and an electronic body He often shoves his bum into peoples hands or heads, shakes with his bum It was just a bit weird.The story was really great, it introduces us to basic Egyptian stuff with a hint of something else , we got a big enemy to destroy, mystery to solve Slowly, you get to learn about the characters, learn about their pasts and I am really glad that the author did this And while at times it is a bit slow, it has some very fast paced parts that will make you wish you held onto something There is also a last chapter part that explains some stuff about Egypt I didn t really read it, as I already know that stuff, but I am sure that others who don t know much about Egypt will love that part.All in all, I would really recommend this book to everyone Review first posted at What Could Be Crazier Than A Year Old Egyptian Mummy Detective Moving In Next Door How About An Army Of Brainwashed Baboons A Flying Bandaged Dog S Bottom A Talking Cat Goddess An Evil Sorcerer From Another World Somehow, Niall Rivers Has Got To Deal With All Of ThemStill, It S Not The End Of The World Is It Packed With Black And White Illustrations, Real Facts About Ancient Egypt, Plus Fun And Action On Every Page, This Is The First Book In A Brilliant New Series By Steve Cole Secret Agent Mummy (Secret Agent Mummy, #1)


About the Author: Steve Cole

Stephen Cole Steve Cole is the slightly crazy, highly frantic, millions selling, non stop author of Astrosaurs, Cows In Action, Astrosaurs Academy, The Slime Squad, Z Rex and many other books including several original Doctor Who stories.He used to edit magazines and books but prefers the job of a writer where you can wear pyjamas and eat chocolate all day.Steve just can t stop writing if he does, strange robots appear and jostle him vigorously until he starts again.In his spare time he loves making music, reading old comics, thinking up ideas for new books and slumping in front of a warm TV.


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