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At least I haven’t read a book abou This was by far my favorite book in the series. Rice really has a firm grasp on Lestat’s voice now and he’s never less than entertaining even while being a complete bastardbut never more so than during his period stuck in the mortal body.

Rice personified it to the extent you feel she really does know what it’s like to look from the outside at our species, and it’s uncanny how she transforms Lestat’s outlook in the process. And like I said, I’m too invested to let some odd writing choices stop me from continuing!

And so, with that said, I’m out. 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.

This one was much more focused on Laadron though, whereas the other books had a lot about the other vampires as well. Pero juzgar a un lector simplemente porque lee un libro de vampirricas es otra cosa. I loved that Lestat desires to feel sunlight.

Bizarrely, for an author whose entire oeuvre ooooozes unresolved sexual tension, it was deeply anticlimactic har. Or, you know, a lot of someones. You know, the movie before everything completely goes to hell. He offers Lestat an opportunity to be human again. And wanted his Vampire body back! Oct 10, Raquel rated it liked it. Jun 26, Gary Galehouse rated it it was ok. Of course, every single person that Lestat talks to instructs him NOT to go.


After centuries of immortality, Lestat could walk in daylight, taste wine and foods, and once again experience life through mortal eyes. Yes, this book made me want to live in Lestat’s shoes for a day. I thoroughly enjoyed the descriptions of Lestat’s rediscovery of human life, although it made being human suddenly seem disgusting to me, and made me, much like Lestat, wish to be the immortal undead. So why would anyone read this and think it’s awesome? 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 obs Why did I like this book so much?

For hilarity, there’s Lestat in his borrowed human body dealing with the things he’d forgotten, especially the “potty” issues. This was by far my favorite book in the series.

Editions of The Tale of the Body Thief by Anne Rice

After the events of the last novel the few remaining immortals have disbanded and he now wanders the earth alone, again. Once again, Lestat does what he wants and goes full-bore into the endeavor. He comes across a mysterious spirit — a body thief — that allows him to trade places with a human man. Pero juz Leer sobre vampiros no es una nueva moda. Interview with a Vampire and The Vampire Lestat are genre changing magnificent works of fiction.

You were born a monster, and you know it. Aug 18, Stephen rated it liked it Shelves: The sheer recklessness of his actions was astounding, honestly. Vamipricas anguish behind questions so fundamental like what can you do with your life to make it matter, how do you transcend, how to affect the big picture or does this big picture even matter at all.

I liked the religious debates going on between David vmapiricas Lestat. Great read, and continuation cronicxs the vampire series, but different direction. And then the thought of Mojo inside my vampiric body started me to laughing. It’s interesting seeing that vampires view themselves as evil yet some people the people that get close to them are like “nah, your good. He had to have known the sun wouldn’t kill him.


Aug 20, Wendy rated it it was amazing. To be fair, there is very little story here to get into. Her books have sold near Anne Rice born Howard Allen Frances O’Brien is a best-selling American author of gothic, supernatural, historical, erotica, and later religious themed books. This one was took the series back up a notch for me.

A process which requires them to switch bodies.

How the hell can you delude yourself like this. I did love the book and the Rice writing is amazing, but it took a while for me to really get into the story. I wanted to see Lestat in present day!

I savored this tale, reading it slowly each night because I just did not want it to end. Although for me isn’t the best book of Anne Rice, I have t The Tale of the Body Thief is a difficult book to explain, every time I try it I finally think that I’m telling a bad romantic comedy about changing bodies.

El ladrón de cuerpos (Crónicas Vampíricas 4)

De querer voltar a sentir a luz do sol no seu rosto, de sentir o sabor da ladgon e de fazer amor com um homem ou uma mulher. Reading this book was like wearing a mink coat inside-out i. He doesn’t think anything through, not even after hundreds of years of being alive and making mistakes.

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