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)
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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