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The Vampire Armand finished with a tantalising moment - the Vampire Lestat rising from the dead in present-day New Orleans to walk again among Anne Rice's unforgettable undead. Now Lestat lives again but in a twilight world of music and memory. In this volume it is his mesmerizing friend and coeval Louis de Pointe du Lac (originating in 18th century France and Interview with the Vampire) who is tortured by the memory of the child vampire, Claudia, whom he loved and lost. With the help of David Talbot, vampire and ultimate ...

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Oct 11, 2008

I don't know why I bought this. Anne Rice isn't truely a very good writer . I have read I thnk most all of her books , and I haven't found one that I really liked Except for Ramses the Damned .


May 9, 2007

Another hit by Anne Rice

David Talbot finds himself drawn between his mortal life and his new life as a vampire when he finds a woman who infatuated him as a mortal and drives him mad as a vampire. This is a great book that describes the voodoo that is in use even today in New Orleans and other places in the south where things never change much. Merrick is taken in by the Talamasca when she is a young child due to the death of her Grandma and her powers as a witch. Yet again Anne Rice puts out a good trip into her world.

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