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Angel Time: The Songs of the Seraphim - Community Reviews back

by Anne Rice
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A Cruel Man Delighting in Flowers
A Cruel Man Delighting in Flowers rated it 8 years ago
Rice’s narrative flow is effortless and breath-y, as always, and she manages to compel the reader along, sometimes with a whip, sometimes with a carrot, but the energy of this story really flags. There are some gear-shifts structurally, but Rice has often used this kind of technique very powerfully....
Elysium
Elysium rated it 9 years ago
The first half of the book tells how Toby came to be an assasin. About his childhood in New Orleans with alcoholic mother and little brother and sister after his fathers death. He’s practically taking care of his sisters and running the house and the thing that helps him going through al this is pla...
Kwoomac
Kwoomac rated it 9 years ago
This book took me forever to get through. Anne Rice writes about a character, Toby, who needs to be saved from himself. In answer to his prayers, along comes his guardian angel. Boring and slow paced. Story picks up a little when GA reveals his reason for appearing to Toby, which is that he needs s...
Between The Bookends
Between The Bookends rated it 9 years ago
I think I can safely say Anne Rice is one of my favorite authors of all time. The vampires, the witches...I read everything she wrote and loved it all. Then she found Religion, or God, doesn't matter. Bye bye went anything occult and in came God and the angels. This book was just OK for me, I don't ...
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