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At first, I partially disliked Lestat in Interview with the Vampire. After the events of the last novel the few remaining immortals have disbanded and he now wanders the earth alone, again.
Always wanting everyone to notice him, to fear him, to love him, and actually giving them all the tools required to do so. And in his overwhelming need to destroy his doubts and his loneliness, Lestat embarks on the most dangerous enterprise he has undertaken in all the years of his haunted existence. Sure, they are not action! Yes, he’s a flawed character. But a man who physically steals bodies? Drinking human blood isn’t a big deal” I also liked reading about humans who did not take the existence of vampires well.
I could even tolerate Louis even though I still don’t like him, and he’s a dick for most of the book.
The Tale of the Body Thief by Anne Rice
I am the Vampire Lestat. This book was definitely more philosophical than emotional. They spend several long, clunky chapters going back and forth on a “deal” so that Lestat can use a human body for a week.
For centuries, Lestat—vampire-hero, enchanter, seducer of mortals—has been a courted prince in the dark aldron flourishing universe of the living dead. I am still interested in seeing where and what Lestat gets himself into next. On a more serious note, I liked that Lestat got a taste of his own medicine in this book.
Even the Body Thief himself was fairly interesting. And, to be honest, I think I’m more invested in the others than I am in him. I’d like to see you weep. And, to be honest, I think I’m more fampiricas in th 3 Stars Review: 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 almost always leads to series burnout. Lestat fartou-se de ser vampiro! His repulsion is immeasurable and funny as heck.
As one expects, everything does not go as plan, and Lestat has to try and get himself out of the dangerous position he has put himself in.
The Tale of the Body Thief
Refresh and try again. The funny thing is that I completely buy Lestat is so used to reading people’s minds and manipulating them that he misses a psychotic body stealing mass murderer might not want to lose his new immortal vampire superbody. His complete wretchedness and fits of near hysteria every time he has to do something simple like walking on a rug he could fall and smash his head open or shaving his beard he’s bound to slit his throatalong with his temper tantrums his arson attack on Louis’ home during a fit of pique, and his protests of ‘I’m the leader!
Pero juzgar a un lector simplemente porque lee un libro de vampiros es otra cosa.
Jun 16, effie rated it really liked it Shelves: I did like the previous ones but this one finally sold me on the character of Lestat. 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 vampirucas time I drank orange juice for something like six months.
I would, however, recommend not to let this move you away from this one, but to find the simple beauty of humans interacting that Rice presented us with this book. Everywhere he goes he senses that someone is vampiricaw him. So I gave myself a break, to renew my love of this series. Louis and David tell him repetitively and in long, clunky chapters that this isn’t a good idea.
El ladrón de cuerpos (Crónicas Vampíricas 4) by Anne Rice on Apple Books
A good story – interesting and captivating – but it is safe to say that Lestat has to be the world’s biggest moron to not see what happens coming. It glossed over all the feelings and the connection between them, and that relationship was unhealthy anyway. Jun 20, Frank rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is well written and packed of life reflections.
After his failed suicide attempt, Lestat returns to David home and heals. But there’s at least one more to read, so I still have that to look forward to. But come on, imagine even just a short story about a dog running around in Lestat’s body. Bizarrely, for an author whose entire oeuvre ooooozes unresolved sexual tension, it was deeply anticlimactic har. Roquelaure for fiction featuring sexually explicit sado-masochism.
Definitely one of the better sequels I’ve read so far in the series.
Lestat was his usual reckless, selfish, vain, dramatic self, and I’m finding it harder to feel sympathy for him. Reading this book was like wearing a mink coat inside-out i.
One thing in particular that threw me off a bit though was that he seemed to be getting back to his old self when the last book ended, laughing and having fun with Louis even. I savored this tale, reading it slowly each night because I just did not want it to end. And it is by far the best one. And let me allow a few images to say how I feel about the rest of this series: Certainly, it’s a more coherent albeit less crazy fun plot than Queen of the Damned. For hilarity, there’s Lestat in his borrowed human body dealing with the things he’d forgotten, especially the “potty” issues.