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Prince Lestat Audiobook

Prince Lestat: The Vampire Chronicles 11

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Publisher's Summary

The vampire world is in crisis - their kind have been proliferating out of control and, thanks to technologies undreamed of in previous centuries, they can communicate as never before.

Roused from their earth-bound slumber, ancient ones are in thrall to the Voice: which commands that they burn fledgling vampires in cities from Paris to Mumbai, Hong Kong to Kyoto and San Francisco. Immolations, huge massacres, have commenced all over the world.

Who - or what - is the Voice? What does it desire, and why?There is only one vampire, only one blood drinker, truly known to the entire world of the Undead. Will the dazzling hero-wanderer, the dangerous rebel-outlaw Lestat heed the call to unite the Children of Darkness as they face this new twilight?

Anne Rice's epic, luxuriant, fiercely ambitious new novel brings together all the worlds and beings of the legendary Vampire Chronicles, from present-day New York and Ancient Egypt to fourth-century Carthage and Renaissance Venice; from Louis de Pointe du Lac; Armand the eternally young; Mekare and Maharet; to Pandora and Flavius; David Talbot, vampire and ultimate fixer from the Secret Talamasca; and Marius, the true child of the Millennia. It also introduces many other seductive supernatural creatures, and heralds significant new blood.

©2014 Anne O'Brien Rice (P)2014 Random House Audiobooks

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    James 10/03/2015
    James 10/03/2015
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    "Awestruck!"

    I truly can't think of a single criticism of this book, or of this performance. I have heard many books read by Simon Vance and he is consistently excellent. His subtle voice characterisations and his pace and tone are, to me, very easy to listen to.

    The story continues one of which I've been a fan for a long time so any review by me will be heavily biased. It's hard to believe that these are not tales of people who actually exist. Anne Rice doesn't write 'characters', she writes histories. Profoundly attractive ones.

    I enjoyed this immensely and I am sure I'll do so again before long.

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    Richard Glasgow, United Kingdom 06/11/2014
    Richard Glasgow, United Kingdom 06/11/2014 Member Since 2013
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    "Great Idea, Badly executed"

    I love the Vampire chronicles and most of Anne Rice's other books. I was eagerly awaiting this Vampire chronicle but was sorely disappointed. The idea for the story is good but the rambling incoherent path she takes to get to the half decent ending, is very dull and over written. Simon Vance's narration was difficult to understand at times and the accents he used for the characters were just bizarre. What a sad ending to the Great Vampire Chronicles.

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    John 26/04/2015
    John 26/04/2015

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    "A good ending"

    This is the one to tie all those loose ends up.

    Characters you have long missed are brought back for one final outing.

    Overall the story was good but some of the "returns" are a bit forced.

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    Cath Watson Lanarkshire 08/04/2015
    Cath Watson Lanarkshire 08/04/2015 Member Since 2015

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    "Enjoyed this very much."

    First audiobook fiction I've listened to, thoroughly enjoyed it and the narrator's performance. Listened to it whilst training for my next marathon.

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    Richard 14/12/2014
    Richard 14/12/2014
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    "Not the best Anne Rice I've read"
    Would you recommend Prince Lestat to your friends? Why or why not?

    I would recommend Prince Lestat to any fan of The Vampire Chronicles, but I don't think a non-fan would rate it at all.


    Which character – as performed by Simon Vance – was your favourite?

    Simon Vance is a great reader, I love his range of voices even though his Asian characters all sound like the shopkeeper from The Simpsons. The rest of his repertoire is fantastic as always.


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    Unlike Interview with the Vampire, The Vampire Lestat and Queen of the damned; I don't think I could do this audiobook in one sitting, I found my mind wandering and getting a little bored if I am to be honest.


    Any additional comments?

    The story is progressing ponderously, their is an awful lot of padding and going over old ground, it's like the author had a great idea and then was not quite sure where to go with it. I write this having not finished the book yet, I think I've

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    delacy69 03/12/2014
    delacy69 03/12/2014
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    "Amazing book!"
    Where does Prince Lestat rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    One of the best of the chronicles. It brings together all the characters.


    Any additional comments?

    The book is very like Interview in that it deals with multiple characters. This book however goes into more depth and does not just follow central characters but it runs along a single theme that all characters are heading towards! Excellent book from a vampire master!

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    "An excellent read"

    An excellent read. you'll get the best out of the book if you read Lestat The Vampyre and Queen Of The Damned first. There are so many characters in the story it helps if you have been introduced to them before you read this book. Queen Akasha has a plan to take over the world by eliminating all the mortals and the fledgelings. Lestat is called upon by the elders to help prevent this from happening.

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    Cathy Persaud 25/02/2016
    Cathy Persaud 25/02/2016

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    "Awesome as ever "

    just love Anne Race's descriptive abilities and imagination. It is wonderful being immersed in all the familiar characters... feel like I know them over the years.

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    Jennifer 01/10/2015
    Jennifer 01/10/2015
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    "Back to form"

    I must admit by end of the original run of vampire chronicles I was getting a bit disappointed by the hybrid of Mayfair witches and vampire books . they didn't seem to meet my expectations as I had loved both series of books. This book has brought back the series with a great story. The mix of prospects from the all the vampires can get a little confusing but it is part of the reason I do like the books you see things from not just one view. I can't wait for more.

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    Lex Watson 22/07/2015
    Lex Watson 22/07/2015 Member Since 2013
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    "As always another masterpiece"

    Another great book in the chronicles. Getting to know Lestat like you always wanted.

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