Book ð The Vampire Lestat Í 481 pages Download ¾ Anne rice

Epub The Vampire Lestat

Book ð The Vampire Lestat Í 481 pages Download ¾ Anne rice ↠ 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 1980s he rushes tE heady days of pre revolutionary France now a rock star in the demonic shimmering 1980s he rushes through the centuries in search of othe Oh how I love Anne RiceI 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 after reading the amazing 'Interview With The Vampire' It was also uite interesting since I read this book after I'd seen the movie 'ueen of the Damned' which is based on this book and the next book The violin Turns out it didn't belong to a girl at all but to Nicki a boy Damn you untruthful modern cinema The characters in this book were brilliant the story line was good and the ending was awesome I can't wait to read 'The ueen of the Damned' I own all of the books in this series and it's about time that I finish them all Warning Addicting series

Anne Rice ñ The Vampire Lestat Reader

Rs like him seeking answers to the mystery of his eternal terrifying existence His is a mesmerizing story passionate complex and thrilling 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 explainThe Vampire Lestat is uite 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 of the novel you start to think maybe that's not the case That single thought pushed me to read his story to find out why Lestat was the way he wasI LOVED learning about where Lestat came from and also finding out about ALL of the ancient vampires all the way back to the very FIRST vampire In Lestat's story the reader goes throughout the centuries as he meets other vampire's who tell their tales This book feels like a world tour that goes back to Ancient Egyptian times to classical Rome to pagan Europe to the times of the French Revolution to an old decaying slightly creepy I might add Parisian cemetery and back up to the present time It was FUN to follow Lestats journey to find the truththe same truth that Louis was always searching for but never found The entire story is fascinating and spans centuries as Lestat grows from a fledgling vampire into the emotional lonely angry and finally carefree vampire he is upon setting foot on a San Francisco stage to perform his first rock concert in front of 15000 screaming fans Yes Lestat is a Rock star in the 1980's in this book My first thought to that was Whatever But then it made senseLestat now gets a chance to tell his OWN story and it makes us the reader realize that he has suffered even than Louis and shows that he is not a villain; he is the tragic hero of sorts He is actually far aware than Louis something else that Louis doesn't see either He is a gentle innocent thoughtful young man who has suffered so much in his life and then he is forced into becoming one of the living dead who now must kill to survive It is explained to us why Lestat is the way he is and why he does the things he does which is truly interestingWhen you read Interview with a Vampire you don't know then that Lestat is misunderstood by Louis and therefore misunderstood by the reader whom is seeing the story through Louis' eyes The glimpses of Lestat we have in Interview with the Vampire of his relationship with his father of the way he acts of his charm that Louis finds both attractive and repulsive of his love of bright artificial light and his desire to live luxuriously of his friendship with a young musician of his doting upon Claudia and showering her with gifts of his fear to lose Louis of him emotionally distraught and pleading with Louis to come back to him in Paris which I didn't understand at the time and finally of the frail broken and pitiful shadow of a man he has become by the end of Louis's story where Louis finds him again in New Orleans All of these things are hints at the depth and complexity of the character of Lestat In The Vampire Lestat you will finally see the entire picture and see the masterpiece of a character that Lestat is The depth and the multi dimensionality and the humanity of Lestat If you liked Louis before you will still like him But you will like Lestat even because you will see how completely misunderstood he is and learn the story of the pain and sorrow he kept hidden in his heart hidden underneath that charming facade that Louis encountered on his plantation in 1791 You will start to understand HOW Lestat could act the way he did towards Louis and Claudia which was the answer to the uestions I was seeking in this book so I closed the covers of this book satisfied

Epub ð The Vampire Lestat ñ Anne Rice

The Vampire LestatLestat The vampire hero of Anne Rice's enthralling new novel is a creature of the darkest and richest imagination Once an aristocrat in th Dear Anne RiceNOT WORTHYSigned 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 plot than anything it's the characters Lestat of course Rice's 'brat prince' arrogant and compassionate and impossible all at the same time he'd be enough to carry any book imo but the secondary characters are just as layered and bewitching probably because we see them through Lestat's eyes Nicki and his endless internal darkness; Armand who manages to be both tragic and terrifying; Gabrielle who seems like a force of nature; and even Louis the whiny unreliable narrator from Interview comes off as beautiful and mysterious the star crossed love of Lestat's afterlife I swooned through the last chapterI didn't care for the places Rice took this series after ueen of the Damned but for me Lestat continues to define the vampire as anti hero genre No other blood sucker comes close