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eBook Interview With the Vampire (Anne Rice) ePub

by Anne Rice

  • ISBN: 0679447644
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Anne Rice
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Random House Audio (July 3, 1995)
  • ePub book: 1205 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1524 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 306

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Rice Anne But how much tape do you have with you? asked the vampire, turning now so the boy could see his profile. Enough for the story of a life? Sure, if it’s a good life.

Anne Rice Interview with the Vampire PART I I see. said the vampire thoughtfully, and slowly he walked across the room towards the window. For a long time he stood there against the dim light from Divisadero Street and the passing beams of traffic. The boy could see the furnishings of the room more clearly now, the round oak table, the chairs. A wash basin hung on one wall with a mirror. But how much tape do you have with you? asked the vampire, turning now so the boy could see his profile.

Interview with the Vampire book. First, I really like Anne Rice's prose. It is so beautiful and enchanting. The whole story comes along with a good measure of dark sensuality, which I particularly like.

Interview with the Vampire is a gothic horror and vampire novel by American author Anne Rice, published in 1976. It was her debut novel

Interview with the Vampire is a gothic horror and vampire novel by American author Anne Rice, published in 1976. It was her debut novel. Based on a short story Rice wrote around 1968, the novel centers on vampire Louis de Pointe du Lac, who tells the story of his life to a reporter. Rice composed the novel shortly after the death of her young daughter Michelle, who served as an inspiration for the child-vampire character Claudia

After the rights had been sold to Knopf, Anne rewrote the book, adding the entire Theater of the Vampires section and bringing Lestat back after his supposed death by fire. Study Questions for Interview With The Vampire. Over the years Rice has been asked why she chose the vampire as her hero. If you were Rice, how would you answer the question? Why did she write a metaphysical thriller using B-movie motif? What is postmodernism? How is Interview With The Vampire a postmodern novel? Discuss in what ways, if any, Rice’s characters transcend gender

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. But Anne Rice created best books about vampires of all times.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. In Lithuania I have no fans to talk about these books, mostly all people do not like fiction books here. But I'm so happy I found this author and can call her my God, my inspiration and creator of immortal characters I will never forget.

Interview with the Vampire. Here are the confessions of a vampire

Interview with the Vampire. Genres : Fantasy, Horror. Here are the confessions of a vampire. Hypnotic, shocking, and chillingly erotic, this is a novel of mesmerizing beauty and astonishing force-a story of danger and flight, of love and loss, of suspense and resolution, and of the extraordinary power of the senses. It is a novel only Anne Rice could write.

There have been a lot of books expounded on vampires. From Bram Stoker, who created Dracula, one of the first awesome classics, to Anne Rice who composed for more present day readers of the vampire m. .

Anne Rice s Past in her novels Describing the mysterious societies of vampires, Anne Rice uses a flamboyant prose style, and .

Anne Rice s Past in her novels Describing the mysterious societies of vampires, Anne Rice uses a flamboyant prose style, and her tragic past to draw. It was Michele’s death that inspired Anne to write Interview With The Vampire (Kakutani 16). The character Claudia, who is the five year old vampire, was based on Anne’s daughter. In a way, Rice’s novels have served as a cathartic outlet for her pain. As a modern author, Rice has contributed many works to literature. Her contribution to literature is vampire lore, which expands our knowledge with facts’ about vampires. These works are found in the Vampire Chronicles, a series of books written about vampires.

Anne Rice (born Anne O'Brien on October 4th, 1941) is a best-selling American author of gothic and religious-themed books. She is best known for her prevailing thematic focus on love, death, immortality, existentialism, and the human condition. She was married to poet Stan Rice for 41 years until his death in 2002. Her books have sold nearly 100 million copies, making her one of the most widely read authors in modern history.

Packaged in a deluxe gold case, Interview with the Vampire, on Compact Disk.2 CDs / 3 hoursRead by F. Murray Abrahamalso available on cassetteInterview with the Vampire is a novel that evokes the brilliance, the decadence, the horror of The Vampire's world - as he pours out the erotically charged confessions of his first two hundred years as one of the living dead.  It is the first of the famous "Chronicles of the Vampires" by Anne Rice."From the beginning we are seduced, hypnotized by the voice of the vampire." --Chicago Tribune"A supernatural thriller raised to the level of literature."-- Philadelphia Inquirer"If you surrender, you will find that you have surrender to enchantment, as if in a voluptuous dream."-- Boston Globe

Comments

MrDog MrDog
Okay, so I was one of those kids in junior high school. You know the type: the teacher gives a reading assignment, and the kid does all he can within his power to be prepared without actually reading. Yeah, Cliff Notes, relying on others who actually read, Internet, etc...I was solidly one of those. Then in eleventh grade something life-changing happened.
There were several friends of mine passing around books like they were some sort of prized possessions. It was odd. Here I was avoiding reading like the plague, but their enthusiasm for reading was catching; it piqued my curiosity. I asked what they were reading, and one of my friends said, Anne Rice! Well, I folded and bought Interview with the Vampire.
WOW, I could not put the book down! I devoured it. I lived it. I breathed it. I had these burning, existential questions that would keep me up at night, and here I was reading conversations between Armand and Louis that hit on life, love, being, birth, death--all those questions that I wanted to ask of someone, some authority figure.
I don't want to go into plot details. I just want to share that this book affected me profoundly. One effect being that now you will rarely see me without a book in hand!
Goldendragon Goldendragon
I wasn't familiar with Anne Rice works since 2010 May. Then I first time saw "Interview with the Vampire" movie and fell in love with "blonde vampire". After that movie on TV, I downloaded that movie to my computer. And found who created this story and started looking for a book. I was very lucky I found that book and ordered. It was simply curiosity to read and see which is better: movie or book. Of course it was book. After reading this book, I found out that there are even 9 more books in this serie. Of course I couldn't find any of them in my country, in any language. I felt so sad... I still was not adult and couldn't order these books from other countries, I also couldn't read in English very good. But I never gave up. I started reading "The Vampire Lestat" online and saw it wasn't that hard to read in English. But I still so wanted paper books. These electronic books are unemotional...so cold... no smell of ink...

I got very insulted by some fans that I didn't have any of Anne Rice books... And in autumn a miracle appeared. They translated "The Vampire Lestat" in Lithuanian. I ordered as soon as it was able to buy and when I got it, I started reading it like a zombie. But it still was not enough. So I found out way to get books from UK by one bookstore. So I bought all serie. Of course that bookstore got closed soon and I was again sad without English books. And well.. I got job, I got credit card and could order anything I wish from all over the world. And I started collecting Anne Rice books in ALL languages, in all covers. I have many editions so far. And this edition of "Interview with the Vampire" was my dream to get because of amazing cover. And here it is- I have it. It was so hard to get these all books, I felt like living in some end of the world where I couldn't get my favorite books.

I still didn't finish reading all Vampires Chronicles serie, I needed rest from these books for a little. But Anne Rice created best books about vampires of all times. In Lithuania I have no fans to talk about these books, mostly all people do not like fiction books here. But I'm so happy I found this author and can call her my God, my inspiration and creator of immortal characters I will never forget.
Chinon Chinon
If you like vampire books then Anne Rice is the best storyteller in the business. Interview with the Vampire is the first of a long line of vampire books, and I would definitely read them in order. This book introduces you to Lestat, who is in so many of Ms. Rice's books, and to some other key characters who have recurring roles in future books. I bought this because I lent or lost my copy and decided to go digital with my kindle and build my library again in a way that's easily moved. You just can't beat Anne Rice's vampire books, they are well written with fully developed characters who draw you into their world so completely it's amazing. This isn't the teenage version of vampires, it's written for adults who are interested in this world that only Anne Rice can write so well.
Rich Vulture Rich Vulture
Anne Rice is the kind of Author that I aspire to be. I was first introduced to Interview with the Vampire through the movie. The whole idea of it was enthralling. I was totally captivated from start to finish. Her characters felt so real that I felt bumping into them on the street was within the realm of possibilities.
I immediately purchased the book and read it, start to finish, in a single sitting. Her prose was so colorful! I could smell the jasmine in the air, see the cypress trees, hear the New Orleans accent of her main character Louis. She brought me into her world of vampires in a way that few novels ever have.
There were times when I would read a sentence so perfect that I had to set the book aside for a moment just to compose myself.
I'm working my way through the rest of the Vampire Chronicles now and each book has been better than the last.

Anne Rice is one of the most talented writers of our time. Her storytelling is unparalleled, her characters are people that I would give anything to meet. She truly has a gift and each of her books has been a gift to me.