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Publisher Description

The previous volume of the Vampire Chronicles, Memnoch the Devil, was called 'a modern Paradise Lost' by the Washington Post. Taking the Vampire Lestat from fiction into legend, it left him lying in a New Orleans convent, at the edge of death. Magnificent and electrifying, this new volume in the Vampire Chronicles returns to the glittering story of Armand, mesmerizing leader of the vampire coven at the eighteenth-century Theatre des Vampires in Paris (seductively played by Antonio Banderas in the film of Interview with the Vampire). Snatched from the steppes of Russia as a child, and sold as a slave in Renaissance Venice, Armand's story sweeps through several hundred years, to New Orleans at the end of the twentieth century, where Lestat lies waiting for immortality, and the legend continues to grow. . . . .

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2009
October 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
528
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House
SIZE
1.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Bambi-barty ,

Brilliant!

Elegantly written in true Rice fashion. No-one can ever out do her in the fantasy/horror genre with the exquisite and majestic descriptions and imaginings that take you wherever she wants.

This is my favourite vampire chronicles story so far.

Just simply breath taking use of the english language and the human imagination.

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