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Interview with the Vampire mobi ✓ Paperback ´ ➸ [Reading] ➺ Interview with the Vampire By Anne Rice ➭ – This is the story of Louis as told in his own words of his journey through mortal and immortal life Louis recounts how he became a vampire at the hands of the radiant and sinisThis is the story of Louis as told in his own words of his journey through mortal and immortal life Louis recounts how he became a vampire at the hands of the radiant and sinister Lestat and how he became indoctrinated unwillingly into the vampire way of Interview with PDFEPUBlife His story ebbs and flows through the streets of New Orleans defining crucial moments such as his discovery of the exuisite lost young child Claudia wanting not to hurt but to comfort her with the last breaths of humanity he has inside Yet he makes Claudia a vampire trapping her womanly passion will and intelligence inside the body of a small child Louis and Cl ”People who cease to believe in God or goodness altogether still believe in the devil I don’t know why No I do indeed know why Evil is always possible And goodness is eternally difficult” It’s been ages I first saw the movie but I still remember how much I enjoyed it How sorry I felt for Louis when he told his story and how much I loved Lestat for being the evil manipulator that he is lol By now I even have “Interview with the Vampire” on DVD and every once in a while I re watch it and glory in the amazingness of this film They did a great job with the film adaption that’s for sure but to be entirely honest Anne Rice did an even greater job writing the book XD ”I’d like to meet the devil some night” he said once with a malignant smile “I’d chase him from here to the wilds of the Pacific I am the devil”I don’t know why it took me so many years to read this especially because I already read “ueen of the Damned” and “The Vampire Armand” and loved them both but sometimes it just takes a little longer until the inevitable happens and as it seems to read “Interview with the Vampire” was one of those special cases ; So what can I say about this book that hasn’t been said already I loved Louis He’ll always have a special place in my heart because he’s the embodiment of the fight of good against evil No matter which vampire you encounter throughout the course of this book they all lost their humanity their compassion for their victims and their sense of justice ”I saw you in the theatre your suffering your sympathy with that girl I saw your sympathy for Denis when I offered him to you; you die when you kill as if you feel that you deserve to die and you stint on nothing But why with this passion and this sense of justice do you wish to call yourself the child of Satan”Louis Nope never He’d been turned into a vampire decades and centuries ago but he still managed to preserve his humanity and to some degree even his innocence He has to drink blood in order to stay alive but he certainly doesn’t enjoy it In fact he condemns himself for being too weak to go without it he despises the weakness of his nature and he most definitely loathes the creature that lives within him In short I’m pretty certain he’s the worst vampire ever lol ”He loves you He loves you He would have you and he would not have me stand in the way”And because of this he attacks Claudia and makes her a vampire in the end Well actually Lestat turns her but those are just semantics ; P Maybe it was her innocence that drew him maybe it was her young blood her strong will to survive but whatever it was it caused him to drink from a child and Lestat in his endless cruelty and cunning persuaded him to kill her only to take it from there and to make her a vampire instead ”Monsters To give me immortality in this hopeless guise this helpless form”Oh how I felt with Claudia Just imagine being imprisoned in a body that is so young and frail I mean in the book she’s only five when she’s turned and her mind grows but her body never changes A 65 year old woman living an eternal life in the body of a five year old How cruel how horrible this existence must have been Alone to feel sexual desire but never to act on it to be trapped in a body that isn’t made for anything of it Poor Claudia It’s no surprise she despised them both for it Lestat she hated with a passion but Louis How could she hate him She was torn because she loved him but also detested him for what he had done For how he treated her As a child even though she was already a grown up woman ”For you see” I said to her in that same calm voice “what died tonight in this room was not that woman It will take her many nights to die perhaps years What has died in this room tonight is the last vestige in me of what was human”And so the story unfolds and the repercussions their actions entail eventually catch up on them sighs By the end of the book I actually felt sorry for all of them Not only Louis and Claudia but also Lestat and Armand It made me sad to see what happened to them and I’m really sorry that Armand and Louis never got a chance to work out ”I want you I want you than anything in the world”They had such a great chemistry but the price to be together was just too high To destroy the one thing Louis loved the most sort of destroyed Louis as well So basically everything Armand loved about him was snuffed out the moment he set things into motion The irony isn’t lost on me ConclusionI really enjoyed reading “Interview with the Vampire” Sometimes it felt like watching the movie and at other times I appreciated the additional info that always seems to get lost in film adaptions no matter how decent they are lol Some things you can only glean when you read the book and for me this alone was enough reason to give it a try XDPS I think I’ll have another movie date with Louis Lestat and Armand tonight ; PDid anyone say vampires are outNope they are definitely not because this little gem existed way before “Twilight” was even a thought ; PI wanted to read this ever since my young and innocent me watched “Interview with the Vampire” on TV That rhyme wasn’t intended I swear lolWell anyway I always loved the movie A sexy and broody Brad Pitt a wicked and cunning Tom Cruise what’s not to love XD Plus they are so beautiful that it hurts 3coughs Okay back on trackI saw this at the library I snatched it from the shelf I giggled gleefully and rather maliciously and now I’m going to read it End of the story Let’s hope it’s a good one fingers crossed XD

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Ngs them into a whole society of vampires But Louis and Claudia find that finding others like themselves provides no easy answers and in fact presents dangers they scarcely imaginedOriginally begun as a short story the book took off as Anne wrote it spinning the tragic and triumphant life experiences of a soul As well as the struggles of its characters Interview captures the political and social changes of two continents The novel also introduces Lestat Anne's most enduring character a heady mixture of attraction and revulsion The book full of lush description centers on the themes of immortality change loss sexuality and power annericec I admit that I couldn't get through the rest of The Vampire Chronicles but this one stays a favouriteWhy do you like it so oh vampire crazy Vessey Really I do like vampires Even though I'm not a Twilight fan I even have my own set of teeth A real goth girl inhabits my body and she hungers for dark adventures I'm a sinister person I know 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 What is important to me though is that it presents in a very captivating way problems which have been haunting humanity since for ever How many people in reality live tortured by guilt and loneliness and feel different than everybody else the way Louis does Or how many people are tormented by the thought that their looks do not show their true self and that the others are unable to see past the surface Claudia Or how many people are forced to live and suffer with someone they can never uite connect to out of necessity loneliness because they love them despite all or all three at once I think many people can relate to the heroes I should say anti heroes really of this dark taleWhat is loneliness What is the world What is eternity What does it mean to be immortal What is the nature of existence Is there God What does it mean to be good What does it mean to be evil And which is the bigger evil to be the actual committer of a crime or to allow it What is life what is death It speaks not only of and the value of life and death of humans as individuals but of the life and death of beliefs values possibilitiesIt is told through the POV of one narrator but it has a really big scope Anne Rice shows an amazing skill in reflecting people's feelings and struggles What is fiction if not a mirror to reality Two opposite concepts which are not that opposite after all Every creation of art is a message born out of its creator's experience and inner worldRead count 4

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Interview with the VampireAudia form a seemingly unbreakable alliance and even settle down for a while in the opulent French uarter Louis remembers Claudia's struggle to understand herself and the hatred they both have for Lestat that sends them halfway across the world to seek others of their kind Louis and Claudia are desperate to find somewhere they belong to find others who understand and someone who knows what and why they areLouis and Claudia travel Europe eventually coming to Paris and the ragingly successful Theatre des Vampires a theatre of vampires pretending to be mortals pretending to be vampires Here they meet the magnetic and ethereal Armand who bri Damn you straight to hell 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die for what you made me do You made me read a goddamn vampire book Not only that you made me read a vampire book with a cover made entirely of shiny ostentatious material that shouted to everyone in the library as I checked this out Look everyone Madeline is reading a book about vampires SHINY SHINY SHINY LOOK AT ME I CONTAIN SEXY BROODING VAMPIRES AND I AM SO EFFING SHINY I cannot stress how shiny gold this cover is Like the ancient Egyptians would look at this cover and say That's a bit much It was awfulOkay so the book itself isn't bad really hence my rating of two stars which Goodreads classifies as it was ok That's what the book is just okay Maybe I would have been thrilled by the story if I hadn't seen the movie even though there's stuff in the book that didn't make it into the movie none of it is particularly thrilling At least the movie made the wise decision to keep the blatant in your face but unacknowledged homoeroticism seriously this book is and I mean this in the most literal way possible the gayest thing I've ever read but changed the fact that a Claudia is only five years old in the book and b she and Louis do everything except actually have sex with each other They're always kissing and caressing each other and Louis is calling her his lover and his paramour and it is so fucking creepyBut lest we forget vampire books are supposed to be creepy In these post Twilight days it's easy to forget that there was once a time where vampires fucked and killed and were a general amoral all around good time and if one of them chose to be all broody and sad about being a vampire he was the weird one that no one else wanted to hang out with God I miss those days to the point where I considered giving this an extra star just because I was so grateful to read a story about vampires who do actual vampire stuff and it's sexy and scary instead of boring and schmoopy Also good was how in depth Rice goes into the psychology of vampires and I loved her explanation for why they haven't overrun the planet most vampires are miserable and end up killing themselves Explains Armand who I will continue to picture as Antonio Banderas and you can't stop meHow many vampires do you think have the stamina for immortality They have the most dismal notions of immortality to begin with For in becoming immortal they want all the forms of their life to be fixed as they are and incorruptibleWhen in fact all things change except the vampire himself; everything except the vampire is subject to constant corruption and distortion Soon with an inflexible mind and often even with the most flexible mind this immortality becomes a penitential sentence in a madhouse of figures and forms that are hopelessly unintelligible and without value One evening a vampire rises and realizes what he has feared perhaps for decades that he simply wants no of life at any costThat part was pretty cool But as for the rest I'll just watch the movie thanks Or not because if we're going to be honest I don't even like the movie that much It's probably time to admit to myself that I have no interest in reading aboutwatching any vampires not created by Joss Whedon Sorry Ms Rice but if my vampires must be broody I at least want them to be funny and charming too or Alexander Skarsgard because god damn