Several characters that plan to go to Lestat s concert and there is a lot of suspense and action All the different POVs might slow it down a little bit but it didn t really bother me But I can see it might bother someI think the best part of the entire thing was learning the history of the mysterious ancients I really thought Akasha and
Enkil were positive things I was wrong Akasha angers me a lot towards the end I m happy she s were positive things I was wrong Akasha angers me a lot towards the end I m happy she s Lestat s POV
Later In The Book in the book t very exciting thoughI m going to give the movie a
shot just because i m curious about how just because I m curious about how made it I KNOW I m going to complain but oh wellReview of the movie on my blog A classic trilogy Interview with the Vampire is its own beast while the other two go hand to hand as Lestat s answer to Louis chronicle While Interview with the Vampire is the better nown of all the Vampire Chronicles and the story is very good Louis bleak and whiny vision of the world drags down the reading experience Lestat on the other hand enhances his own story making it a very fun read Best of the three would be the last one The ueen of the Damned but you do need to read the other two to really enjoy it else you will be lost Ok if you are going to read something written by Anne Rice do yourself a favor and read this three books The rest of the chronicles I m afraid are centered in the character s old past dwellings and in case that you like lestat who becomes this super marysue laughable character btw or fancied any of the other characters these are the three books you want to readAbsolutely a must if you like vampire novels Even when the author has grown to be a hated character she redefined the genre and gave to this monster the human uality that persists today Buffy twilight true blood etc wouldn t be here if it wasn t for this trilogyI ve read this three books so many times and I still adore each and every one of them Interview with the Vampire was a twisted and disturbing book and I almost did not read on Since I bought the trilogy all in the same book I felt like I had to finish the whole thing otherwise I d be giving up mid book I m so glad I r This omnibus edition though a bit weighty is a convenient way to carry the first three books in Rice s Vampire Chronicles series It is ideal for reading them back to back but it does still contain three separate and complete books Interview with a Vampire This is another one of the few books that I was familiar with the movie long before reading the book In fact the book has been on my to read pile because of the movie for uite a long time And actually I en. Uncover an underworld of vampire brethrenInterview with the Vampire read by FMurray AbrahamRunning time 3 hours on 2 Audio Cassettes Book 2 The Vampire Lestat brings us up to date with Lestat waking from his earthen slumber to join the ranks of rock superstardom before sitting down to share the tale of his own haunting initiation into the vampire world Michael York Cabaret puts his wonderfully fluid cosmopolitan voice to good use adding a dash of sly humor to this fast paced satisfying blend of sex and blood and rock and rollThe Vampire Lestat read by Michael York Running time 3 hours on 2 Audio Cassettes Book 3 The ueen of the Damned takes us back all the wa. ,
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Vampire Stories Done With Interview With Thestories Done with Interview with the I d read it so long ago that I had forgotten a
great deal of it which left me with the same feeling of satisfaction you get whendeal of it which left me with the same feeling of satisfaction you get when a new book And I really enjoyed it again A reminder that vampires are supposed to be these cold dead murderous creatures and not the pretty young playthings from most contemporary vampire stories Now on to the Lestat novelUpdate Done with The Vampire Lestat Not bad but I have to say it wasn t uite as satisfying as the previous book was There are a lot things going on in this story but it somehow doesn t feel as cohesive as Interview with the Vampire did I also felt that the author was somehow deviating a bit from the original concept that might have helped make the series popular but I m not sure it s made it better Not a bad book but not as good as the first one in the series I ve tried twice now to read Ann Rice books and I just can t do it Interview with a Vampire is so incredibly boring After 100 pages without rousing the slightest interest I canned it Honestly one of the best vampire novels I ve read in a long time It s about time I read it to be honest Anne Rice does a great job at making us feel for even the proverbial bad guys in the book I found myself enjoying the character of Armand the most Although I didn t enjoy the awkward romantic scenes between Louis and vampire child Claudia While the first one is definitely the best they all deserve 5 stars from me I love Anne Rice s dark mystical romantic style Great great stories Just copying my
reviews on the individual books hereI ve actually never read this beforeon the individual books hereI ve actually never read this before right The movie has been stuck in my mind since I was a little girl so it was WAY overdue that I read it I liked it In some parts it gave inside and background story compared to the movie and in some parts not I have no idea what the next books are about so I ll get started on thatA very interesting read You get to see the other side of the story The first book was obviously just Louis point of view and now you get Lestat s as well as other vampires There was a part where I felt it dragged on for a bit but for the most part it was very entertaining I loved the ties to mythology I m very excited to start the next one spoiler alert I loved this one It ept me excited and emotional basically throughout the entire bookFun twist This book tells you that the past books are real The books were actually published Now Lestat has his own band and tells everyone that he s a vampireIn the beginning of the book we meet. The ornate casket like packaging and neogothic graphic design of this immortal trilogy is eerily enticing on its own But just lift the lid slide the first tape from its ghostly sleeve and you'll soon embrace the hypnotic realm of the undeadBook 1 Interview with the Vampire opens with the seductive purr of F Murray Abraham Amadeus stating I was a 25 year old man when I became a vampire and the year was 1791 And so our ultimate antihero Louis begins the elaborate retelling of his long tortured life as a vampire Winding through the ages from New Orleans to Paris we follow Louis and his undying mentor Lestat as they feed on humans whet their carnal appetites and.