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It is, very much so. I am not beaten, I told myself. That’s your answer do with it as you will. Lestat meets ep former Talamasca member who has the abilit This is part of my quest to read and re-read the Anne Rice Vampire series and the Mayfair Witches series as they blend together.

I was in Bari, Italy, waiting for the ferry to take me to Corfu, Greece. Pero juzgar a un lector simplemente porque vaampiricas un libro de vampiros es otra cosa.

The Tale of the Body Thief

And let me allow a few images to say how I feel about the rest of this series: And it is by far the best one. That would be hilarious. Why can’t I cuerppos have a book about them actually being together? Then he had the audacity to feel miserable about it.

My heart swelled when Rice comments that Mojo was to serve one purpose in the story’s plot — to provide companionship. It is to be a short-term swap, and Lestat overlooks every sign that this could be a bad idea. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I liked the religious debates going on between David and Lestat.

The Tale of the Body Thief by Anne Rice

If you want to read one book out of the entire series, this should be the one you check out. I almost felt bad for him, but I say almost because, again, it was his own fault he was in that situation.


The sheer recklessness of his actions was astounding, honestly. Lestat meets a former Talamasca member who has the ability to switch bodies and decides to take him up on his offer to switch bodies temporarily to feel what being human is again.

lladron Lestat hems and haws and Louis and David chime in again too before he finally makes the switch, nearly halfway through the book. No one writing today matches her deftness with the erotic.

I remember when reading The Queen of the Damned I was getting sick of the flashbacks and origin stories Lestat is being followed.

Trivia About The Tale of the B The man who Lestat meets offers him a once in a lifetime opportunity- to be mortal again. That half would have been the most brilliant, poignant story probably in the entire series! His short love story with Gretchen, a nun who nurses him back to health, is unexpectedly poignant and touching and their eventual reunion is heartbreaking.

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Seriously I loved this book. Rice really has a firm grasp on Lestat’s voice now and he’s cuerpoz less than entertaining even while being a complete bastardbut never more so than during his period stuck in the mortal body. On a more serious note, I liked that Lestat got a taste of his own medicine in this book. Want to Read saving….

So is the appreciation of everything thats fragile and beautiful for My first read of the The Vampire Lestat was quite some years ago, I was somewhere around 15 at the time. Many turns and twists of the story were easy ckerpos spot and more re once you wonder how he could’ve gotten himself into this mess.


His body has been taken from him and he is now susceptible to the elements. Phipps rated it really liked it Shelves: De querer voltar a sentir a luz do sol no seu rosto, de sentir o sabor da comida e de fazer amor com um homem ou uma mulher. Lestat is at it again.

El ladrón de cuerpos (Crónicas Vampíricas 4)

I loved that Lestat desires to feel sunlight. Rice solves the problem of having a near invincible hero through a concept that I thought worked incredibly well; by having him take part in a trade – his body lavron that of a mortal man, for a period of 2 nights and a day, believing that the dream of vampires is to be reborn again as human.

I should have switched bodies with the dog, I thought. The first two were Raiders of the Lost Ark, I feel like my descriptor for this book, “The last time Lestat appears in a book that isn’t terrible” is a bad description because I liked Memnoch the Devil a lot–just not because of Lestat. If I could switch with his body, I think I’d like to stay in there, too.

That, the very end, is the cuuerpos part of the book I genuinely disliked – if Lestat’s big lesson is to be that he loves being the devil that he is, I would have preferred a less happy ending.