The Feast of All Saints

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In the days before the Civil War in the old French Quarter of New Orleans there lived the GENS DE COULEUR, the Free People of Colour, a fierce and proud people, descended from slaves and their French and Spanish owners, neither Black nor White, but caught between the two - free and yet not free. Among them is Michael, the mesmeric copper-skinned youth, mercurial, attractive, wild: an artist in the making, he dreams of Paris, and the lure of a brand new art, Daguerreotype. His gentle sister Marie longs for love and marriage ...

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Tarra

May 9, 2008

One of Anne Rice's best!

I have owned three copies of this book and I always try to have one on hand. A far cry from the Vampire Chronicles, this book is about the lives of a New Orleans based family in the 1800's. Anne Rice takes you to the New Orleans of that time- I felt as if I were actually there, and knew the characters personally. Full of exciting drama, this book is definitely worth reading....it will draw you in and make you wish it didn't have to end.

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