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The Tale of the Body Thief

Depressed, lonely, and constantly haunted by visions of Claudia, he attempts suicide in the Gobi Desert. Lestat hems and haws and Louis and David chime in again too before he finally makes the switch, nearly halfway through the book.

It’s nice to see our naughty devil a bit flustered for once. Great read, and continuation of the vampire series, but different direction.

We soar to Paris, the Bahamas, New Orleans. Sep 14, C. Jun 26, Gary Galehouse rated it it was ok. This book, however, takes it a little bit further. So, being Lestat he goes. Feb 02, Belinda rated it really liked it Shelves: It involves taking a p! So I gave myself a break, to renew my love of this series. Published December 13th by Ballantine Books first published October 4th It’s full of long descriptions, winy vampires and humans, and a old man that somehow captured Lestat’s attention.

After his failed suicide attempt, Lestat returns to David home and heals. What ensues is nothing short of exciting. Rice solves the problem of having a near invincible hero through a concept that I thought worked incredibly well; by having him take part in a trade – his body for that of a mortal man, for a period of 2 nights and a day, believing that the dream of vampires is to be reborn again as human. Raglan is a kickass weirdo of a character and her descriptions of his movements in the fantastically creepy lead-up to his introduction have stuck with me for half a decade now ; she’s still obviously a liiiittle bit too obsessively in love with her own Lestat, to the point the brattiness he and she takes such pride in gets annoying, but his first re impressions of the human world are, like everything Ricean, so expertly crafted and weirdly insightful that I ended up thinking of this book every time I drank orange juice for something like six months.


Her books have sold nearly million copies, making her one of the most widely read authors in modern history. And a lengthy one, I think it’s as long as Queen of the Damned.

My heart swelled when Rice comments that Mojo was to serve one purpose in the story’s plot — to provide companionship. Why did I like this book so much?

Raglan is a kickass weirdo of a character and her descriptions of his movements in the fantastically creepy lead-up to his introduction have stuck with me for half a decade now ; she’s still obviously a liiiittle bit too obs Why did I like this book so much? The “action” part it’s a vampire book after all did seem to take a bit of low profile role on this one, giving us entire chapters of Lestat in his human form vamplricas to some other human, most notably Gretchen or David, trying to figure it just what it all means.

The Vampire Chronicles 1 – 10 of 13 books. I love the long ass descriptions about food and mansions. She was married to poet Stan Rice for 41 years until his death in There are a few wonderfully well written parts – most happening while Lestat is human. Phipps rated it really liked it Shelves: It is to be a short-term swap, and Lestat overlooks every sign that this could be a bad idea.

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Paperbackpages. There was one scene that probably didn’t need to be crinicas in complete detail, which knocked this down a star. I fell in love with the book. The premise is pretty simple: Once again, Lestat does what he wants and goes vampiircas into the endeavor. I didn’t want this book to end.

Lestat is at it again. Along with his close friend, David, they chase this man down. And let me allow a few images to say how I feel about the rest of this series: Because Interview was not that book.


Even when I didn’t like The Queen of the DamnedI blamed that on the terrible Mary Sue character, Jessie, and the fact I had read the first three books straight through, which cronidas always leads to series burnout. Even the Body Thief himself was fairly interesting. You encounter the topic of longing to be human again a lot. The storyline feels laxron an excuse for all the pondering, deliberating and meditating that the characters do.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It is a man hunt. Lestat is once again our narrator and cronifas attachment to the Talamasca leader David Talbot takes a central role in the story. Jun 16, effie rated it really liked it Shelves: I thoroughly enjoyed the descriptions of Lestat’s rediscovery of human life, although it made being human suddenly seem disgusting to me, and made me, much like Lestat, wish to be the immortal undead.

This book was definitely more philosophical than emotional.

To me the actual story ended with the third book, so it took me a while to get into this one, it took me three separate tries actually, but I finally se. Is he being lured in under false pretenses?

I lived the path the story took and although I was disappointed with the ending just not what I expected I’m excited for the next book.

El ladrón de cuerpos (Crónicas Vampíricas 4) by Anne Rice on Apple Books

This book has some small problems, but the last chapters 32 and on really made me want to throw the book at the wall the first time I read it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This makes me want to read more about Lestat.

I absolutely loved the ending to Queen of the Damned.

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