Prince Lestat: The Vampire Chronicles
Publish date: 2014-10-28
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Series: The Vampire Chronicles 0 (#11)
"So where is this all going?" I asked. I tried not to sound exasperated. Answer: nowhere fast. Every time I thought things were going to pick up and actually GO somewhere, we ended up right back in the same place. I feel like every chapter repeated the same thing, from the view of a different vampir...
Well, I was right to be wary. I think I knew in my heart that this book wouldn't hold a candle to the original. Don't get me wrong, Lestat is still the Brat Prince of the Vampires and does not let the reader down, and it was wonderful to see Louis and Armand and other favorites. The parts of the ...
I was thrilled to find out what Lestat and the other vampires in Anne Rice's world were up to. The first few chapters were hard for me to read. Perhaps it's been so long since I read an Anne Rice novel that I had to readjust to her writing style once again. After I managed to get over that hump, I f...
For better or worse, depending upon your perspective,Prince Lestat is well-and-truly an Anne Rice novel in all respects. It's long and meandering, but lush and full of detail. It's full of heavy prose that invites you to linger, but scarce on plot development. It has a cast of characters that will c...