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Blood Canticle (The Vampire Chronicles, #10) Lestat Is Back With A Vengeance And In Thrall To Rowan Mayfair Both Demon And Angel, He Is Drawn To Kill But Tempted By Goodness As He Moves Among The Pantheon Of Anne Rice S Unforgettable Characters Julien Mayfair, His Tormentor Rowan, Witch And Neurosurgeon, Who Attracts Spirits To Herself, Casts Spells On Others And Finds Herself Dangerously Drawn To Lestat Patsy, Country And Western Singer, Who Was Killed By Quinn Blackwood And Dumped In A Swamp Ash Templeton, A , Year Old Taltos Whose Genes Live On In The Mayfairs Now, Lestat Fights To Save Patsy S Ghost From The Dark Realms Of The Earthbound, To Uncover The Mystery Of The Taltos And To Decide The Fate Of Rowan Mayfair Both Of Anne Rice S Irresistible Realms The Worlds Of Blackwood Farm And The Mayfair Witches Collide As Lestat Struggles Between His Lust For Blood And The Quest For Life, Between Gratification And Redemption

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10 thoughts on “Blood Canticle (The Vampire Chronicles, #10)

  1. Sisi Emm Sisi Emm says:

    Honestly, never in a million years had I ever imagined giving any of these books a 1 out of 5 But Blood Canticle is like Anne Rice woke up one day, smelled the roses, opened the balcony doors to be greeted by the shouts of her adoring fans, and then proceeded to perch on the railing and shit on all of them I m talking diarr

  2. Cyndy Aleo Cyndy Aleo says:

    I swear, it isn t intentional My recent reading of the Beauty trilogy coincidentally led up to picking up Blood Canticle on the bargain rack I m a long time fan of The Vampire Chronicles as well as her tales of the Mayfair Witches, and my lust for this book, the one in which the two series merge, moved it to the top of my rea

  3. Jo Jo says:

    As much of a die hard Anne Rice fan as I claim to be, I have yet to finish this book Supposedly it s the last she ll ever write in her vampire series I got about halfway through and wanted to throw the book across the room It s like a different person is writing. and it seems like Anne just doesn t care about this series or the

  4. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    After finally finishing my journey with Anne Rice and her vampires, something I started at age 14, I come to the end pretty dissapointed with the turn Anne Rice has taken with her writing Theres not much I can say about this book that others havent already said, however I just have to vent about one thing Anne Rice increasingly d

  5. M.M. Strawberry Reviews M.M. Strawberry Reviews says:

    I was a big fan of Ms Rice s books for a long time Blackwood Farm was the first vampire or Mayfair witch novel that I didn t love Actually, she had been declining for a couple of books before that, but it was in Blackwood that I noticed the sharp drop in quality, which only drops even further with this book.Now, I know that Ms Rice

  6. Robert Robert says:

    Anne Rice has said this is the last of the Vampire Chronicles, I m not sure if this is the last of the Mayfair Witches, but this review is written under the belief that Blood Canticle is the end of both Anne Rice is my favorite author The Witching Hour is my favorite book As I reached the end of the chronicles and the time came to re

  7. D.B. Woodling D.B. Woodling says:

    There is nothing to writing, as Hemingway once said All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed Maybe that s the reason I felt compelled to give BLOOD CANTICLE three stars It s difficult to transport a reader into a world that cannot be researched, one created in entirety from the author s imagination Even the most indignant criti

  8. Fangs for the Fantasy Fangs for the Fantasy says:

    Now Mona is a vampire and not facing her inevitable death, she is able to ask hard questions like where her daughter is and what has become of the TaltosThe big dark secret of the Mayfair family is finally open and ready to be resolved.I have a problem.When I reviewed Blackwood Farm I gave it 0.5 fangs I do not regret that rating, it mos

  9. Jessica Halleck Jessica Halleck says:

    Easily one of the single most awful books I ve read The writing was excruciating, the story ridiculous This made me want to flee into the arms of Anne s earlier work, fold myself into the lush, lyrical writing of novels past, and dismiss this book and the one preceding it as cruel jokes as nightmares as phantoms I d never need to acknowled

  10. Troy Blackford Troy Blackford says:

    The peak of Anne Rice s breakdown this is basically an excuse for long atheist characters to pound their fists about religion, to ruminate on how the former, late Pope is doing, and generally a way to pretend that whatever random assortment of stuff she was thin...

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