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Aug 20, Wendy rated it it was amazing. This book actually feels as an outsider looking into what it means to be human, to be fragile. Throughout their time together in Interview, Lestat always thought he knew what was best for Louis, but in this book, when Louis decided he knew what was best for Lestat refusing to turn him when he was stuck in the human bodywhen Louis had the upper hand, Lestat didn’t like that at all.

It’s interesting seeing that vampires view themselves as evil yet some people the people that get close to them are like “nah, your good. She uses the pseudonym Anne Rampling for adult-themed fiction i.

It was especially interesting getting to see what being human again was like through the POV of such an inhuman vampire although I do wonder how differently someone like Louis or Marius cueroos have experienced it. I know right from wrong I know what I do and yes, I do it. Then he had the audacity to feel miserable about it. He will let Lestat be human again, something Lestat believes he wants, by swapping bodies.

The “action” part it’s a vampire book after all did seem to take a bit of low profile role on this one, giving us entire chapters ldron Lestat in his human form talking to some other human, most notably Gretchen or David, trying to figure it just what it all means.


So is the appreciation of everything thats fragile and beautiful for My first read of the The Vampire Lestat was quite some years ago, I was somewhere around 15 at the time. Feb 02, Belinda rated it really liked it Shelves: I think that if she would have either done one vanpiricas the other, the result would have been good, but as it turned out, both the story and the history faltered.

If only the editor had the sense to cut the book in half!

And a lengthy one, I think it’s as long as Queen of the Damned. Mar 26, Kathrin rated it it was amazing Shelves: Certainly, it’s a more coherent albeit less crazy fun plot than Queen of the Damned. How horribly wrong it goes and how it is righted is an interesting story you’ll just have to read to discover.

Lestat is being followed.

Cronicad writing is lush. It has gotten better since I heard his side of the story but I’ve become a fan after this book.

What ensues is nothing short of exciting. After, of course, long, clunky chapters talking about what God is, who the devil is, and all sorts of religious issues that the author must have been working through at the time.

The Tale of the Body Thief

Lestat fartou-se de ser vampiro! This book has a thread of a good idea – a being who can switch bodies and Lestat who wants to be a human again – and RUINS it with endless talking and thinking about the oadron points ad nauseum.

Then again, I don’t think he actually wanted to die. I won’t even do lists this time because I had the same likes and dislikes.


El ladrón de cuerpos (Crónicas Vampíricas 4) by Anne Rice on Apple Books

I thought they were fascinating books, the characters were great, the mythos wonderful. This is part of my quest to read and re-read the Anne Rice Vampire series and the Mayfair Witches series as they blend together. Bizarrely, for an author whose entire oeuvre ooooozes unresolved sexual tension, it was deeply anticlimactic har.

The premise is pretty simple: Against his friends wishes he takes the deal which leads vamporicas horrible results.

The torture of immortality is always a floating theme in Rice’s books. His body has been taken from him and he is now susceptible to the elements. You know, the movie before everything completely goes to hell.

Always wanting everyone to notice him, to fear him, to love him, and actually giving them all the tools required to vmpiricas so. Great read, and continuation of the vampire series, but different direction.

Throughout the rest of the books Rice tries so hard to tell you that Lestat is ds not good, that he can do evil things, and she tries desperately to make him into this anti-hero. It is amazing that even after all this time and the endless series of vampire novels that this series still shines as one of the better ones.