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The Vampire Lestat ePUB Ò The Vampire  Kindle - Lestat The vampire hero of Anne Rice s enthralling new novel is a creature of the darkest and richest imagination Once an aristocrat in the heady days of pre revolutionary France, now a rock star in the demonic, shimmering s, he rushes through the centuries in search of others like him, seeking answers to the mystery of his eternal, terrifying existence His is a mesmerizing story passionate, complex, and thrilling


10 thoughts on “The Vampire Lestat

  1. Eddie Black Eddie Black says:

    This is one of those books that defined me I don t mean that I turned goth or vampire or whatever No it started me thinking.I was born and raised in the South I didn t read anything else other than fantasy novels like Dragonlance I joined the Marines in 89 and while watching a movie about a teenage vampire it was mentioned that Dracula is good literature I went to the base library to check out Dracula and beside it on the shelf was this


  2. Christine (AR) Christine (AR) says:

    Dear Anne Rice NOT WORTHY.Signed, All Fictional Vampires Who Are Not LestatThis was a re read for me, but in all honesty, I don t think I was ready for this book the first time I read it Or at least, I didn t appreciate it for the sheer masterpiece of storytelling that it is, and it s not just the mood and the world and the mythology and the fast moving plotthan anything, it s the characters Lestat, of course, Rice s brat prince , arrogant and


  3. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    The Vampire Lestat is the second book in The Vampire Chronicles series by Anne Rice I adored the first book, Interview With A Vampire which was told in Louis perspective, a vampire that Lestat made who clung desperately to his humanity The Vampire Lestat is Lestat s story told in his perspective Although I viewed Lestat as somewhat of a villian in the first book, the reader gets a glimpse of Lestat when he was human and first made vampire His story is


  4. Melissa Melissa says:

    Oh, how I love Anne Rice.I actually started reading these books after I read Twilight Yes, surprisingly, I went back to vampire fiction after that Meyer is a good writer, but once you ve met Anne s Vampires, you re never going back Anyhow, this book was great It still has the good kind of vampires the ones that sleep in coffins, drink human blood and burn in the sunlight This second book in the series wasn t disappointing, although I feared it might be, afte


  5. Crystal Starr Light Crystal Starr Light says:

    The year is 1984, and Lestat is the famous lead singer of the group, The Vampire Lestat He stumbles upon a simple little book, Interview with the Vampire , starring Louis, his ersatz lover of sorts because vampires don t exactly have lovers the same way humans do So Lestat sets the record straight and tells the tale of his life as a vampire.When people say this is better than Interview with the Vampire, they are not kidding This book is light years better than Inte


  6. Ashley Daviau Ashley Daviau says:

    Interview With the Vampire is a tough book to beat That being said, I think I actually enjoyed this bookthan Interview And that s saying a lot Rice has such a beautifully poetic way of writing, it s just so rich and you can t help but be hypnotized by the story I think Lestat is probably my favourite fictional vampire to date, there s just something special about him as a character and I adore it For me this book was utterly flawless, I loved every single word of it


  7. J.K. Grice J.K. Grice says:

    A very original take on the vampire tale, complete with a sweeping history and rich locales This was Rice at the top of her game.


  8. Kelly Kelly says:

    It is my suggestion that, if you want to sample Anne Rice, and have never read any of her other works, this may be the book you want to read instead of her most famous novel, Interview with a Vampire let me explain The Vampire Lestat is quite a different novel from the first in the series, because we are dealing with an entirely different vampire than the depressed and vulnerable Louis from Rice s first book Don t get me wrong, Lestat was the antagonist in Interview but towards the end


  9. Gabrielle Gabrielle says:

    I was raised by an unapologetic bookworm with rather eclectic tastes and whether its nature or nurture, I eventually turned into one of those myself During my formative years, if I dared to say I was bored to my mother, she would simply throw a book at me and say Read You won t be bored any It was very good advice, that I keep to this day you will never catch me without a book in my purse But the thing about my mother is that most of her library was not children teenager appropriate, I was ra


  10. Stepheny Stepheny says:

    3.5The second installment of Anne Rice s Vampire Chronicles switches perspective The story is now being narrated by the one and only Lestat de Lioncourt He is outraged by Louis tale and feels the need to defend himself He decides to write a book detailing his long life as a vampire.Lestat runs away with his lover when he is a young man The two men run away to France where they drink wine and cry over the beauty of music and art They re of course madly in love and enjoy nothingthan th 3.5The second i


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