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Summary

The 10th novel in Anne Rice's internationally best-selling Vampire Chronicles is an erotic tale of immortal love.

The dazzling vampire Lestat was once the epitome of evil. But now he struggles with his immortality, yearning for a more saintly path. His chance comes when he rescues a witch from death by turning her into a vampire. But the repercussions are swift as the powerful Mayfair family rally to punish Lestat for creating a killer from one of their flock.

Yet in the midst of this schism comes a passionate love affair as Lestat becomes dangerously drawn to Rowan Mayfair, a brilliant neurosurgeon and a true witch. However, the fates are cruel, and in an intense finale he must decide on the destiny of his beloved.

©2016 Anne Rice (P)2016 Random House Audiobooks

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Boring story...

I'll be honest, this was boring. I fell asleep several times and didn't bother to rewind it to where I remembered listening to. There was literally nothing going on in the story that was at all interesting. Mona became whiny and I couldn't stand her anymore. Quinn wasn't interesting at all like he was in the last one. Lestat was quite boring, and I didn't ever think I could say that of him!

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Hard to stop reading as it draws you in

Another great book telling about the vampire chronicles including the Mayfair family which I grew to love