Armand el Vampiro (Crónicas Vampíricas, #6)
Publish date: November 15th 2008
Publisher: Ediciones B, Zeta
Pages no: 527
Edition language: Spanish
Series: The Vampire Chronicles 0 (#6)
I am giving this book two stars only because Anne Rice is a talented author, and I can’t bear to give this a single-star rating (though, honestly, it might deserve it). Man, what a bummer. I loved the last four volumes in this series, but this was a mess. Written after a short hiatus from the Vamp...
It is Armand’s turn to recount his history to David to be recorded for posterity If Lestat and Louis’s books are digitised, he could always just copy and paste the relevant sections. I am not a fan of this book, there’s very little about if I find even remotely enjoyable and the few steps forw...
The best book in the Vampire Chronicles thus far. And to think I was super bummed that Lestat wasn't the star of the story. LOVE the story of Amadeo.
Lestat lies in a coma-like sleep in a chapel and while vampires gathers around him, Armand tells his story to David Talbot, Lestat’s former Talamascan fledgling. Armand takes us with him through his childhood in Kiev; from where he is kidnapped and sold to slavery, to Venice where Marius saves him a...
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