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Interview with the Vampire
Anne Rice
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 suspens...

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Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice

I love it so much and can’t wait to read the rest of the series ❤️

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Started: Fiction: Interview With the Vampire, by Anne Rice Non-fiction: Things Hidden: Scripture as Spirituality, by Richard Rohr

Finished: Oathbringer, by Brandon Sanderson Ok, so it's not the greatest thing ever, but it gave me a lot of enjoyment. I still give it 5 stars for being so entertaining. And, man, it is big enough that it could have been a trilogy by itself!

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Finished: Interview With the Vampire, by Anne Rice Personally, I prefer her later works. IWTV is quite good, but she has become much more polished over time.

Started: The Name of the Wind, by Patrick Rothfuss I'm about 15% of the way in. It is shaping up to be very good.

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Finished The Rules of Magic, by Alice Hoffman, which I knew wouldn't be a joyride but man, gloom. I think I like Practical Magic better overall, but the writing was good and as a 'more of the story/universe way after the original' it was good.

Started, Interview with the Vampire, by Anne Rice. Was having a difficult time so treated myself to a reread of the books closest to my heart, hoping to do a whole series romp through into the Summer. So far there's been quite a few unimportant/easily forgotten but nice moments I forgot existed.

Comment from [Reddit user] with 3 upvotes on /r/books/

Currently working on finishing, Interview with the Vampire, by Anne Rice

-Good so far, as an on and off read.

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I started Interview with the Vampire, by Anne Rice this past weekend. It's always been on my list since it's my mom's favorite book, and since I recently had a super engaging conversation about Dracula with someone, I figured now is as good a time as ever to give it a go. I can imagine some of its erotic undertones could put off a good amount of readers, though I think beyond those subtle allusions lies a really engaging question of what it means to be human and a vampire, as well as the true nature of how one's supposed to act as a monster with free will. Definitely not the chick book I expected it to be.

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Finished The Flames of Shadam Khoreh by Bradley P. Beaulieu on Wednesday. Then started Interview with The Vampire by Anne Rice yesterday, and according to my kindle I'm 56% done with it. If I finish it this week then I'll move on to The Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice .

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Finished Interview with The Vampire, by Anne Rice enjoyed the mental torment of Louis, the over-dramatics of Lestat, and the lovely descriptions of a long-gone New Orleans with a flair of mysticism. Finished it in about 10 hours of reading and it was a very easy read. I would recommend if you just need a book to easily pick up and put down when done.

Starting The Picture of Dorian Gray and Other Writings, by Oscar Wilde because I haven't read one of his books before and I finally have some time to read through his works. I've also been doing my re-read of the original Lord of the Rings Series, by JRR Tolkien by listening to the audiobook. I originally read it when I was 12 years old with my father so this is my first time as an adult re-reading it.

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I've started a reread of Interview with a Vampire, by Anne Rice.

I'm slowly working through reading and reviewing (on Goodreads) all of the books in my home library. I'm down to 134 out of 706. My pace has definitely slowed this year compared to last year unfortunately, but I'm still going through them all.

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I just finished Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice. I really wanted to like this book, but it mostly just seemed deliberately vague. The relationships between characters were difficult to believe and overall it was just a slog.

I started The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy today, so fingers crossed I enjoy this one more!