Bride of the swamp god

It's 276 AD, in the Roman province of Aegypt.
And in a late summer night, the stars are coming right.
In the swamps of the Nile's delta, after strange aeons the sleeping Isfet is about to wake.
Young and ambitious, Aegyptian princess Amunet is here to become the Bride of the God.
But she is not alone, as she descends in the depths of the lost temple: many are seeking the power of Betentacled Isfet to make it their own.
Sestus Aurelius Aculeo, centurion of the Second Traian Legion, is not one of them.
His problems are simple, their solution is equally simple.
But before the sun rises, Isfet will meet its Bride - and the problems of Aculeo & Amunet will become VERY complicated.

5.0 out of 5 stars exciting and funJanuary 9, 2014 
David A. Farnell (Fukuoka, Japan) - See all my reviews
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"The first of a series, this is a tale of Lovecraftian Sword & Sorcery, filled with pulpy goodness. It is a swift but satisfying read, fulfilling it's modest but laudable goal of providing the reader with a thrill and a smile. I look forward to more tales of Aculeo and Amunet. We don't get to know them very well in this short story, but we learn enough of them to want to get to know them better." 

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