Review – Will Solvit and the Mummy’s Curse by Zed Storm

Today we hear from Bookbabbler Luke..

Will Solvit and the Mummy’s Curse – Zed Storm

When Will Solvit is assigned a project on the Egyptians, he didn’t expect to find himself on a real-life trip to Egypt, where he discovers:

One Egyptologist

One cursed tomb

Some very treacherous traps

A temple full of zombie mummies

With the help of a new friend, Will attempts to rescue a long-lost family member while finding the answer to an ancient curse.

Will Solvit needs to complete his project on the Egyptians, and he spends all of his summer holidays on a real life trip to Egypt after using his Morphing Anatomical Dark Energy Device (MORPH) to time travel back to the time of the pharaohs. The MORPH is Wills dad’s greatest invention and can transform into anything he wants it to be. Will needs to use it to find a long lost family member, however it takes him to Egypt where he discovers everything he needs to know for his project work, and gets into some scary escapades. I’ll not say much more as I don’t want to ruin the story!

The great thing about this book is that it is full of fascinating facts on Egyptology and it’s all explained so simply. Even my dad and older brother read through the fact pages! The removable decoder enables you to decode secret messages throughout the book. A great way to learn without actually feeling as though your studying.

Loved the book and would highly recommend.

Thanks, Luke. There are six Will Solvit books out to buy now, with 6 more coming out in September, published by Parragon. They each see Will travelling to different time periods, so to find out more, visit the website here.