Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis PDF ´ Prince

Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis PDF ´ Prince


  • Hardcover
  • 451 pages
  • Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis
  • Anne Rice
  • English
  • 05 October 2019
  • 0385353790

10 thoughts on “Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis

  1. Angela Angela says:

    How I wish I could go back to the days of The Vampire Lestat, or Queen of the Damned, when I loved these books How I wish the magic could be captured again.


  2. Sh3lly Sh3lly says:

    0.99 on US Kindle today February 19, 2017 If you were thinking of giving this one a try, now is the time to do it I liked it shrug 3.5 stars I m not sure where to start Parts of it were amazing, while others parts dragged on This was a very different type of Vampire Chronicle with a distinct sci fi vibe In fact, I liked this aspect best The vampires are missing the excitement and unpredictability from earlier books They seem too domesticated and settled down Lestat is far from the Br 0.99 on US Kindle today February 19, 2017 If you were thinking of giving this one a try, now is the time to do it I liked it shrug 3.5 stars I m not sure where to start Parts of it were amazing, while others parts dragged on This was a very different type of Vampire Chronicle with a distinct sci fi vibe In fact, I liked this aspect best The vampires are missing the excitement and unpredictability from earlier books They seem too domesticated and settled down Lestat is far from the Brat Prince We still have the unapologetic blood drinking and the morally ambiguous behavior at times, but things felt too safe Armand is pretty much the only one now who seems to go against the flow Lestat s mother, Gabrielle, is still her fun abrasive self I enjoyed seeing all the regular characters from previous novels Louis plays a pretty prominent role in this one and he seems to have finally accepted himself He and Lestat are on very good terms now.A lot of the focus of these last two books has been on science and technology and genetics, etc I don t find this to be particularly exciting when reading a vampire book However, there have also been spiritual and metaphysical themes, which I dig It s always a good thing when a book makes you think The main story in this involves a new type of nonhuman being ones who originated from the times of Atlantis It also has a LOT to do with Amel, the creature spirit who originally was in The Queen of the Damned and connects all vampires If you want to know a little bitabout the science fiction vibe, read the spoiler view spoiler This has ALIENS in it There are beings only identified as the Parents from another planet who genetically engineer humanoids to go to Earth to create a cataclysm The Parents claim that mammals were not supposed to rise to supremacy over the planet and are driven by their need to war, murder, and hurt other lifeforms We then find out the Parents are purposely trying to create chaos and pain on Earth in order to feed off the negative energy They somehow can receive sustenance from the nonphysical energy of death, violence, and grief hide spoiler I m actually impressed that Anne Rice decided to do something different I thought this was a good read and I read it quickly I did feel the middle section where Kapetria tells her story and the story of Atalantaya Atlantis went on too long I lost the momentum that I felt in the first half and never quite picked it back up again.This could almost be read as a stand alone as it has a bit of recapping, two appendixes, and even a list of common terms from the series in the beginning I am not sure if fans of the series will like this one or not You still have that same feel and style of writing The nostalgia is there The vampires are still mainly foppish and always musing on intellectual topics and sensuality Sexuality has always been fluid in the Vampire Chronicles and that has not changed If anything, it is evenprominent although as readers know, these vampires cannot have sex, they just seek immortal companions and kiss a lot The ending seemed to wrap everything up If there is another one, I d like to seeof the brash, arrogant Lestat He seemed a little too passive to me Still, it was interesting Original post So this is out now I want it don t ask , but not for 14 goes to check if library has it Annnnd library has it


  3. Tati Tati says:

    July 26, 2016 Based on the blurb, I think it s time for me to give this series up The last one was already pretty bad, this one might be pushing things too far January 12, 2017I ve already read so many bad books this month I decided to take my chances with this one.Full disclosure I m expecting this to be bad After reading 7% of the book July 26, 2016 Based on the blurb, I think it s time for me to give this series up The last one was already pretty bad, this one might be pushing things too far January 12, 2017I ve already read so many bad books this month I decided to take my chances with this one.Full disclosure I m expecting this to be bad After reading 7% of the book


  4. Devann Devann says:

    i love how the reviews for this book seem to be comprised solely of 1 people who actually read the fucking trainwreck and 2 people who will look at any book by anne rice no matter how horrible it is and automatically rate it 4 or 5 stars.this is just god it s so bad like i can t even fully coherently type out how bad it was because 1 it took me over 2 weeks to read and 2 i feel like i ve already blocked out parts that were too ridiculous because i just can t even handle how awful this bo i love how the reviews for this book seem to be comprised solely of 1 people who actually read the fucking trainwreck and 2 people who will look at any book by anne rice no matter how horrible it is and automatically rate it 4 or 5 stars.this is just god it s so bad like i can t even fully coherently type out how bad it was because 1 it took me over 2 weeks to read and 2 i feel like i ve already blocked out parts that were too ridiculous because i just can t even handle how awful this book is i even skimmed like a good third of it and it STILL took me 2 weeks to muddle my way through it the entire tale of atlantis part was just me reading every like 3 paragraph and sighing out loud going WHAT while my roommate who finished the book within like 4 days laughed at me.okfirst, don t try to write sci fi if you aren t going to do ANY kind of scientific research to make things mildly believable the entire alien side of this book is ridiculous and nothing is really explained or makes any sense at all i almost wish it WAS a book about mermaids like we all though bc then at least it still would have been fantasy and it would have been bad but it would have made sense in a way and she wasn t even trying towards the end oh i have to write a brain surgery scene well lestat is having brain surgery and he s unconscious for it and so i ll just make the chapter his pov so i don t have to actually deal with it literally at all REALLY ANNE like she just rambled for half the book, threw in the backstory of atlantis and then thought oh fuck i actually have to finish this somehow second, the only vampire who is even really in this is lestat and while lestat is my favorite it s the relationships between the vampires that used to make this series so compelling but now i feel like they re just a group of really ooc people like standing in rooms together not really connecting or doing anything at all like what the hell was armand s problem for the entire book i m not really surprised he reacted that way but give us some kind of conversation that tells us his motives or something and all of the random new characters from the last book still don t feel like actual people either sigh just please let this be the last one it was so bad and they ve only ever been steadily getting worse since well since memnoch really i don t even want to think what the next one will be


  5. Tammy Tammy says:

    Sometimes it s best not to say anything at all.


  6. Paul Paul says:

    I remember how much I wanted to kick George Lucas for Kingdom of the Crystal Skull A series all about history and myth and religion, then all of a sudden you get smacked in the face with Aliens.Noooooo.Spoilers below And Anne Rice just did the same here We have a deep and meaningful history and mythology to our vampires , then Anne Rice suddenly hits us with a bomb after so many books that its Aliens.So what about the spirits , or Memnoch or Amel All ghosts of synthetic beings built by Alien I remember how much I wanted to kick George Lucas for Kingdom of the Crystal Skull A series all about history and myth and religion, then all of a sudden you get smacked in the face with Aliens.Noooooo.Spoilers below And Anne Rice just did the same here We have a deep and meaningful history and mythology to our vampires , then Anne Rice suddenly hits us with a bomb after so many books that its Aliens.So what about the spirits , or Memnoch or Amel All ghosts of synthetic beings built by Aliens Fuck that.So aliens from a distant planet have being screwing with us to get some sort of kicks from our misery.This is used as a source for Christianity in the book indicating Rice has taken another one of her belief swings which feeds into her book.Like Indiana Jones insane turn of events I still like Lestat and the main crew as much as I still like Indy But with mad Alien created beings called Replimoids and a complete rewrite of the history to hammer in alien infiltration I can t help but think its all gone a bit bat crap crazy.Part of me is hoping Disney will step in and buy the whole lot and get it back to where it was meant to be and Anne Rice can enjoy her retirement years with George Lucas with neither being able to further sully their legacy with Alien twists


  7. Erin Clemence Erin Clemence says:

    Anne Rice s The Vampire Chronicles continues with this fifth instalment, Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis , the follow up novel to Prince Lestat from 2014.In this instalment, Lestat is still the reigning Prince of Vampires, living with the spirit Amel inside him, a spirit that connects him to the rest of the Vampire world, but a spirit that no one not even Lestat truly understands When the Vampires are visited by a small group of beings claiming to have a deep understanding of Anne Rice s The Vampire Chronicles continues with this fifth instalment, Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis , the follow up novel to Prince Lestat from 2014.In this instalment, Lestat is still the reigning Prince of Vampires, living with the spirit Amel inside him, a spirit that connects him to the rest of the Vampire world, but a spirit that no one not even Lestat truly understands When the Vampires are visited by a small group of beings claiming to have a deep understanding of the spirit, Amel, we are then introduced to the Replimiods , the almost human life forms that came from the planet of Bravenna and lived on the long lost city of Atalantaya or presumably, Atlantis Soon Lestat and the survival of his vampires is at risk, and Lestat must make important choices that will deeply affect his own life and the life of his followers I am a die hard, life long fan of the great Ms Rice I cannot turn away from anything she writes, and consume everything she publishes with a passionate voracity This novel was no different Ms Rice continues the story of the much loved Lestat, re introducing us to his past and the important characters in his life, while still keeping the storyline new and exciting Old characters are mixed in with brand new characters, old storylines are continued and new storylines are introduced and never once was I bored or disinterested Each chapter and each page grips a reader in the creatively unique way that only Anne Rice has, and the page turning power of this novel is unmatched The Replimiods are a unique group of characters, ones that could very easily be cheesy or overdone if the writer was someone other than the extremely talented Anne Rice They are creative characters, characters that generate an immediate bond with the reader and are extremely novel, introducing a new level of ingenuity and imagination A reader continues to forge a passionate bond with Lestat and his followers, and this novel generates a new breed for readers to form relationships with This novel is a must read for fans of Anne Rice and The Vampire Chronicles , especially the passionate devotees of Lestat and his brood This page turning, addictive, thrill ride of a novel will draw you in from page one, and keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end The ending is satisfying, leaving a reader wanting foryet leaving no questions unanswered It is written such that another novel could easily come after this one, and I would bethan willing to stand in line and wait for that one too After thirty five novels, Ms Rice continues to blow her readers away, and has not slowed down yet I eagerly await her next novel and encourage any and all of her fans to experience this new novel as soon as possible


  8. Kerri Kerri says:

    I keep reading Lestat books hoping to reclaim some of the magic of the first two in the series, but I m always disappointed, somethan others I should have known not to even pick this one up when I read the title, but I thought I d give it oneshot No Just no I am so tired of the insertion of otherworldly beings into Rice s books I am eventired of the syrupy sentimentality Okay, it s abandoned I ve learned my lesson If I want a Lestat fix, I will go back and re read Inter I keep reading Lestat books hoping to reclaim some of the magic of the first two in the series, but I m always disappointed, somethan others I should have known not to even pick this one up when I read the title, but I thought I d give it oneshot No Just no I am so tired of the insertion of otherworldly beings into Rice s books I am eventired of the syrupy sentimentality Okay, it s abandoned I ve learned my lesson If I want a Lestat fix, I will go back and re read Interview with a Vampire and The Vampire Lestat


  9. Elise Elise says:

    Anne Rice made a mistake by always involving other species into her vampire chronicles, she did this with the witches in Blackwood Farm and Merrick, with the Taltos in Blood Canticle and now there are aliens which she wants us to enjoy People read the Vampire Chronicles because they are about vampires, and most of people don t want to read about other creatures and that s something Anne should finally realize.I recommend reading the spoilers, because it doesn t matter if you re going to be spoi Anne Rice made a mistake by always involving other species into her vampire chronicles, she did this with the witches in Blackwood Farm and Merrick, with the Taltos in Blood Canticle and now there are aliens which she wants us to enjoy People read the Vampire Chronicles because they are about vampires, and most of people don t want to read about other creatures and that s something Anne should finally realize.I recommend reading the spoilers, because it doesn t matter if you re going to be spoiled, this book doesn t have any shocking revelations anyway.SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS To go into the story, this is one of the worst books in the chronicles I never felt I was very interested in the story and I read this purely because I have read all the previous books and I wanted to know what would happen to Louis and Lestat The plot is completely ridiculous and the whole idea of aliens living in atlantis and being able to replicate through amputation is something nobody wants to read.We get multiple different perspectives in this book, just like in Prince Lestat This makes the book evenboring than it already was because I didn t care about 75% of the characters in this book The replimoids are not interesting and the whole 74 pages of description from Kapetria is so redundant This book was only slightly better than Memnoch The Devil, which I gave 1 star because of its endless monologue about religion This book gets two stars, but skip it if you re a fan of the series because this belongs to the list of books of the Vampire Chronicles which are the result of Anne going a bit crazy


  10. Latasha Latasha says:

    OH Anne Rice you had me terrified, enthralled, in love, delighted, scared again then crying I adore you.


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Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis❮Ebook❯ ➠ Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis Author Anne Rice – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk At the novel s center the vampire Lestat de Lioncourt, hero, leader, inspirer, irresistible force, irrepressible spirit, battling and ultimately reconciling with a strange otherworldly form that has s At the novel s center the and the Epub Ý vampire Lestat de Lioncourt, hero, leader, inspirer, irresistible force, irrepressible spirit, battling and ultimately reconciling with a strange otherworldly form that has somehow taken possession of Lestat s undead body and soul This ancient and mysterious power and unearthly spirit of vampire lore has all the force, history, and insidious reach of the unknowable UniverseIt is through this spirit, previously considered benign for thousands of vampire years and throughout the Vampire Chronicles, that we come to be told the hypnotic tale of a great sea power of Prince Lestat eBook Å ancient times a mysterious heaven on earth situated on a boundless continent and of how and why, and in what manner and with what far reaching purpose, this force came to build and rule the great legendary empire of centuries ago that thrived in the Atlantic OceanAnd as we learn of the mighty, far reaching powers and perfections of this lost kingdom of Atalantaya, the lost realms of Atlantis, we come to understand its secrets, and how and why the vampire Lestat, indeed all the vampires, must reckon so many millennia later with the Lestat and the Kindle × terrifying force of this ageless, all powerful Atalantaya spirit.


About the Author: Anne Rice

Anne Rice born Howard Allen Frances and the Epub Ý O Brien is a best selling American author of gothic, supernatural, historical, erotica, and later religious themed books Best known for The Vampire Chronicles, her prevailing thematical focus is on love, death, immortality, existentialism, and the human condition She was married to poet Stan Rice for years until his death in Her books have sold nearly million copies, making her one of the most widely read authors in modern historyShe uses the pseudonym Anne Rampling for adult themed fiction ie erotica and AN Roquelaure Prince Lestat eBook Å for fiction featuring sexually explicit sado masochism.


10 thoughts on “Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis

  1. Angela Angela says:

    How I wish I could go back to the days of The Vampire Lestat, or Queen of the Damned, when I loved these books How I wish the magic could be captured again.

  2. Sh3lly Sh3lly says:

    0.99 on US Kindle today February 19, 2017 If you were thinking of giving this one a try, now is the time to do it I liked it shrug 3.5 stars I m not sure where to start Parts of it were amazing, while others parts dragged on This was a very different type of Vampire Chronicle with a distinct sci fi vibe In fact, I liked this aspect best The vampires are missing the excitement and unpredictability from earlier books They seem too domesticated and settled down Lestat is far from the Br 0.99 on US Kindle today February 19, 2017 If you were thinking of giving this one a try, now is the time to do it I liked it shrug 3.5 stars I m not sure where to start Parts of it were amazing, while others parts dragged on This was a very different type of Vampire Chronicle with a distinct sci fi vibe In fact, I liked this aspect best The vampires are missing the excitement and unpredictability from earlier books They seem too domesticated and settled down Lestat is far from the Brat Prince We still have the unapologetic blood drinking and the morally ambiguous behavior at times, but things felt too safe Armand is pretty much the only one now who seems to go against the flow Lestat s mother, Gabrielle, is still her fun abrasive self I enjoyed seeing all the regular characters from previous novels Louis plays a pretty prominent role in this one and he seems to have finally accepted himself He and Lestat are on very good terms now.A lot of the focus of these last two books has been on science and technology and genetics, etc I don t find this to be particularly exciting when reading a vampire book However, there have also been spiritual and metaphysical themes, which I dig It s always a good thing when a book makes you think The main story in this involves a new type of nonhuman being ones who originated from the times of Atlantis It also has a LOT to do with Amel, the creature spirit who originally was in The Queen of the Damned and connects all vampires If you want to know a little bitabout the science fiction vibe, read the spoiler view spoiler This has ALIENS in it There are beings only identified as the Parents from another planet who genetically engineer humanoids to go to Earth to create a cataclysm The Parents claim that mammals were not supposed to rise to supremacy over the planet and are driven by their need to war, murder, and hurt other lifeforms We then find out the Parents are purposely trying to create chaos and pain on Earth in order to feed off the negative energy They somehow can receive sustenance from the nonphysical energy of death, violence, and grief hide spoiler I m actually impressed that Anne Rice decided to do something different I thought this was a good read and I read it quickly I did feel the middle section where Kapetria tells her story and the story of Atalantaya Atlantis went on too long I lost the momentum that I felt in the first half and never quite picked it back up again.This could almost be read as a stand alone as it has a bit of recapping, two appendixes, and even a list of common terms from the series in the beginning I am not sure if fans of the series will like this one or not You still have that same feel and style of writing The nostalgia is there The vampires are still mainly foppish and always musing on intellectual topics and sensuality Sexuality has always been fluid in the Vampire Chronicles and that has not changed If anything, it is evenprominent although as readers know, these vampires cannot have sex, they just seek immortal companions and kiss a lot The ending seemed to wrap everything up If there is another one, I d like to seeof the brash, arrogant Lestat He seemed a little too passive to me Still, it was interesting Original post So this is out now I want it don t ask , but not for 14 goes to check if library has it Annnnd library has it

  3. Tati Tati says:

    July 26, 2016 Based on the blurb, I think it s time for me to give this series up The last one was already pretty bad, this one might be pushing things too far January 12, 2017I ve already read so many bad books this month I decided to take my chances with this one.Full disclosure I m expecting this to be bad After reading 7% of the book July 26, 2016 Based on the blurb, I think it s time for me to give this series up The last one was already pretty bad, this one might be pushing things too far January 12, 2017I ve already read so many bad books this month I decided to take my chances with this one.Full disclosure I m expecting this to be bad After reading 7% of the book

  4. Devann Devann says:

    i love how the reviews for this book seem to be comprised solely of 1 people who actually read the fucking trainwreck and 2 people who will look at any book by anne rice no matter how horrible it is and automatically rate it 4 or 5 stars.this is just god it s so bad like i can t even fully coherently type out how bad it was because 1 it took me over 2 weeks to read and 2 i feel like i ve already blocked out parts that were too ridiculous because i just can t even handle how awful this bo i love how the reviews for this book seem to be comprised solely of 1 people who actually read the fucking trainwreck and 2 people who will look at any book by anne rice no matter how horrible it is and automatically rate it 4 or 5 stars.this is just god it s so bad like i can t even fully coherently type out how bad it was because 1 it took me over 2 weeks to read and 2 i feel like i ve already blocked out parts that were too ridiculous because i just can t even handle how awful this book is i even skimmed like a good third of it and it STILL took me 2 weeks to muddle my way through it the entire tale of atlantis part was just me reading every like 3 paragraph and sighing out loud going WHAT while my roommate who finished the book within like 4 days laughed at me.okfirst, don t try to write sci fi if you aren t going to do ANY kind of scientific research to make things mildly believable the entire alien side of this book is ridiculous and nothing is really explained or makes any sense at all i almost wish it WAS a book about mermaids like we all though bc then at least it still would have been fantasy and it would have been bad but it would have made sense in a way and she wasn t even trying towards the end oh i have to write a brain surgery scene well lestat is having brain surgery and he s unconscious for it and so i ll just make the chapter his pov so i don t have to actually deal with it literally at all REALLY ANNE like she just rambled for half the book, threw in the backstory of atlantis and then thought oh fuck i actually have to finish this somehow second, the only vampire who is even really in this is lestat and while lestat is my favorite it s the relationships between the vampires that used to make this series so compelling but now i feel like they re just a group of really ooc people like standing in rooms together not really connecting or doing anything at all like what the hell was armand s problem for the entire book i m not really surprised he reacted that way but give us some kind of conversation that tells us his motives or something and all of the random new characters from the last book still don t feel like actual people either sigh just please let this be the last one it was so bad and they ve only ever been steadily getting worse since well since memnoch really i don t even want to think what the next one will be

  5. Tammy Tammy says:

    Sometimes it s best not to say anything at all.

  6. Paul Paul says:

    I remember how much I wanted to kick George Lucas for Kingdom of the Crystal Skull A series all about history and myth and religion, then all of a sudden you get smacked in the face with Aliens.Noooooo.Spoilers below And Anne Rice just did the same here We have a deep and meaningful history and mythology to our vampires , then Anne Rice suddenly hits us with a bomb after so many books that its Aliens.So what about the spirits , or Memnoch or Amel All ghosts of synthetic beings built by Alien I remember how much I wanted to kick George Lucas for Kingdom of the Crystal Skull A series all about history and myth and religion, then all of a sudden you get smacked in the face with Aliens.Noooooo.Spoilers below And Anne Rice just did the same here We have a deep and meaningful history and mythology to our vampires , then Anne Rice suddenly hits us with a bomb after so many books that its Aliens.So what about the spirits , or Memnoch or Amel All ghosts of synthetic beings built by Aliens Fuck that.So aliens from a distant planet have being screwing with us to get some sort of kicks from our misery.This is used as a source for Christianity in the book indicating Rice has taken another one of her belief swings which feeds into her book.Like Indiana Jones insane turn of events I still like Lestat and the main crew as much as I still like Indy But with mad Alien created beings called Replimoids and a complete rewrite of the history to hammer in alien infiltration I can t help but think its all gone a bit bat crap crazy.Part of me is hoping Disney will step in and buy the whole lot and get it back to where it was meant to be and Anne Rice can enjoy her retirement years with George Lucas with neither being able to further sully their legacy with Alien twists

  7. Erin Clemence Erin Clemence says:

    Anne Rice s The Vampire Chronicles continues with this fifth instalment, Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis , the follow up novel to Prince Lestat from 2014.In this instalment, Lestat is still the reigning Prince of Vampires, living with the spirit Amel inside him, a spirit that connects him to the rest of the Vampire world, but a spirit that no one not even Lestat truly understands When the Vampires are visited by a small group of beings claiming to have a deep understanding of Anne Rice s The Vampire Chronicles continues with this fifth instalment, Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis , the follow up novel to Prince Lestat from 2014.In this instalment, Lestat is still the reigning Prince of Vampires, living with the spirit Amel inside him, a spirit that connects him to the rest of the Vampire world, but a spirit that no one not even Lestat truly understands When the Vampires are visited by a small group of beings claiming to have a deep understanding of the spirit, Amel, we are then introduced to the Replimiods , the almost human life forms that came from the planet of Bravenna and lived on the long lost city of Atalantaya or presumably, Atlantis Soon Lestat and the survival of his vampires is at risk, and Lestat must make important choices that will deeply affect his own life and the life of his followers I am a die hard, life long fan of the great Ms Rice I cannot turn away from anything she writes, and consume everything she publishes with a passionate voracity This novel was no different Ms Rice continues the story of the much loved Lestat, re introducing us to his past and the important characters in his life, while still keeping the storyline new and exciting Old characters are mixed in with brand new characters, old storylines are continued and new storylines are introduced and never once was I bored or disinterested Each chapter and each page grips a reader in the creatively unique way that only Anne Rice has, and the page turning power of this novel is unmatched The Replimiods are a unique group of characters, ones that could very easily be cheesy or overdone if the writer was someone other than the extremely talented Anne Rice They are creative characters, characters that generate an immediate bond with the reader and are extremely novel, introducing a new level of ingenuity and imagination A reader continues to forge a passionate bond with Lestat and his followers, and this novel generates a new breed for readers to form relationships with This novel is a must read for fans of Anne Rice and The Vampire Chronicles , especially the passionate devotees of Lestat and his brood This page turning, addictive, thrill ride of a novel will draw you in from page one, and keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end The ending is satisfying, leaving a reader wanting foryet leaving no questions unanswered It is written such that another novel could easily come after this one, and I would bethan willing to stand in line and wait for that one too After thirty five novels, Ms Rice continues to blow her readers away, and has not slowed down yet I eagerly await her next novel and encourage any and all of her fans to experience this new novel as soon as possible

  8. Kerri Kerri says:

    I keep reading Lestat books hoping to reclaim some of the magic of the first two in the series, but I m always disappointed, somethan others I should have known not to even pick this one up when I read the title, but I thought I d give it oneshot No Just no I am so tired of the insertion of otherworldly beings into Rice s books I am eventired of the syrupy sentimentality Okay, it s abandoned I ve learned my lesson If I want a Lestat fix, I will go back and re read Inter I keep reading Lestat books hoping to reclaim some of the magic of the first two in the series, but I m always disappointed, somethan others I should have known not to even pick this one up when I read the title, but I thought I d give it oneshot No Just no I am so tired of the insertion of otherworldly beings into Rice s books I am eventired of the syrupy sentimentality Okay, it s abandoned I ve learned my lesson If I want a Lestat fix, I will go back and re read Interview with a Vampire and The Vampire Lestat

  9. Elise Elise says:

    Anne Rice made a mistake by always involving other species into her vampire chronicles, she did this with the witches in Blackwood Farm and Merrick, with the Taltos in Blood Canticle and now there are aliens which she wants us to enjoy People read the Vampire Chronicles because they are about vampires, and most of people don t want to read about other creatures and that s something Anne should finally realize.I recommend reading the spoilers, because it doesn t matter if you re going to be spoi Anne Rice made a mistake by always involving other species into her vampire chronicles, she did this with the witches in Blackwood Farm and Merrick, with the Taltos in Blood Canticle and now there are aliens which she wants us to enjoy People read the Vampire Chronicles because they are about vampires, and most of people don t want to read about other creatures and that s something Anne should finally realize.I recommend reading the spoilers, because it doesn t matter if you re going to be spoiled, this book doesn t have any shocking revelations anyway.SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS To go into the story, this is one of the worst books in the chronicles I never felt I was very interested in the story and I read this purely because I have read all the previous books and I wanted to know what would happen to Louis and Lestat The plot is completely ridiculous and the whole idea of aliens living in atlantis and being able to replicate through amputation is something nobody wants to read.We get multiple different perspectives in this book, just like in Prince Lestat This makes the book evenboring than it already was because I didn t care about 75% of the characters in this book The replimoids are not interesting and the whole 74 pages of description from Kapetria is so redundant This book was only slightly better than Memnoch The Devil, which I gave 1 star because of its endless monologue about religion This book gets two stars, but skip it if you re a fan of the series because this belongs to the list of books of the Vampire Chronicles which are the result of Anne going a bit crazy

  10. Latasha Latasha says:

    OH Anne Rice you had me terrified, enthralled, in love, delighted, scared again then crying I adore you.

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