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Merrick In this mesmerizing new novel, Anne Rice demonstrates once again her gift for spellbinding storytelling and the creation of myth and magic, as she weaves together two of her most compelling worlds those of the Vampire Chronicles and the Mayfair witches

About the Author: Anne Rice

Anne Rice born Howard Allen Frances O Brien is a best selling American author of gothic, supernatural, historical, erotica, and later religious themed books Best known for The Vampire Chronicles, her prevailing thematical focus is on love, death, immortality, existentialism, and the human condition She was married to poet Stan Rice for 41 years until his death in 2002 Her books have sold nearly 100 million copies, making her one of the most widely read authors in modern history.She uses the pseudonym Anne Rampling for adult themed fiction i.e., erotica and A.N Roquelaure for fiction featuring sexually explicit sado masochism.

10 thoughts on “Merrick

  1. Darth J Darth J says:

    OMFG this one was so good It was a breath of fresh air from the usually Victorian or New Orleans settings of her other novels We get to go to the jungle AND we get so see some ghost shit through a jade mask Are you friggin kidding me, that s awesome I m glad Rice finally touched on a non caucasian character, because her character lineup thus far seemed whiter than milk.Read this.Seriously.I am not even joking.Don t make me cut you.

  2. Gregory Spiker Gregory Spiker says:

    Disappointing, truly First, almost nothing actually happens within the present timeline in which the book is written It s a string of stories told over a glass of rum As a result, it reads like a best of clips episode of a sit com and is about as interesting.You get to hear all about Oncle Vervain, Cold Sandra, Great Nannane, and Oncle Julien This could have been interesting, but because Rice never managed to make me care about any of the

  3. Jess The Bookworm Jess The Bookworm says:

    This is definitely my least favourite in the Vampire Chronicles series by so far Not much happened until much later in the book.This, the 7th installment, introduces us to Merrick, a witch descended from the Mayfair line of witches David Talbot, newly turned vampire, recounts his meeting and subsequent relationship with Merrick, while he was a member of the Talamasca.The novel outlines Merrick s family history and her powers, while dealing with

  4. Cody | CodysBookshelf Cody | CodysBookshelf says:

    After the abominations that were Lasher and The Vampire Armand, I had almost decided to give up on Anne Rice Seriously Though she has written some of my favorite books, she s also penned some stinkers then again, what author hasn t But I m lowkey obsessive compulsive, and I want to finish the Vampire Chronicles I finally decided to solider on with 2000 s Merrick, and color me shocked This short tale of voodoo and spirits stands with the best in Rice s

  5. Wendie Fouard Wendie Fouard says:

    There are two books in the vampire series I hold higher than the others Merrick and Queen of the Damned The story of Merrick and David is a great addition and brings David alive as one of the vampire family What a wonderful addition to the family we get in Merrick as well She is so seductive and intense I love the idea of her and hope that she appears again in future books I also love the story of David in this book Davids mortal years are explained in this s

  6. Alaina Alaina says:

    This is a shout out to my Twin Heard she didn t think I d write this review.Yeah yeah, that hurt me, I ll admitForget that twin, read this shit.Now you d think I would ve read books 1 6 before I dove into this bad boy. and you would be completely wrong Yeah, nope that didn t happen one freaking bit Mostly because of a challenge. where I needed this specific book for it After reading Merrick I can t honestly tell you if I will ever dive into books 1 6 I just can t co

  7. Kathrin Kathrin says:

    After The Tale of the Body Thief this is another favorite of mine in this series You can find my review here my review I am aware that there is a series by Rice focussing on the Mayfair witches and I really look forward to reading it but some part of me wants to finish the existing books in her Vampire Chronicles first To those who read both series Does this make sense or should I read them in another order However, I was happy to see that the Mayfair family played a signi

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

    At Louis request David gets back in touch with Merrick Mayfair, a powerful witch and member of the Talamasca He has known her since she joined the order as a child and knows her long, powerful and often frightening history.But that history may be why she can do what Louis needs and call on Claudia s ghost to confirm for him whether the child vampire has reached a peaceful afterlife or suffers as a ghost And David s connection to Merrick may be why she d want to do it.Though Merri

  9. Stephanie Orban Stephanie Orban says:

    It s definitely not one of Rice s best and in hindsight, it s even a toss up as to why this book was written, other thanroyalties for Rice, because it doesn t add anything valuable to the overall plot of the Vampire Chronicles Much of the book delves into reminiscing about the past and the last three hundred pages or so, it finally tried to lurch into action and falls flat on its face, like a flan in a cupboard.You don t feel for the main characters either all of the known characters ac

  10. Draven Draven says:

    After the first 3 books in the Vampire Chronicles, Merrick is the next dearest tale to my heart Tying together her beloved vampires and beloved witches, producing such a gorgeous, full and sensuous story To see my Louis again, to watch his doomed love affair with Merrick unfold was absolutely exquisite I tore through this book, I was so voracious in my adoration An all time favorite, for sure

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