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Tangled Webs (The Black Jewels, eVen heard about blogstc so it was interesting to read it again And it seems my book taste hasn t changed since I was 15 And oh why it s so hard to write about books you lovedWhen Armand lived in Kiev as a child he painted beautiful icons and was meant to join the monks so he had pretty religious upbringing which shows through his life and is constant theme through the book I ve always loved the chapter where Marius takes Armand back to Kiev after turning him He could let the past go little after meeting his family and his father who was such a huge presence in his lifeThey didn t have that many years together with Marius but it was a big part of his life when he was loved and relatively safe And I was dreading to reach the part where it would all be ruinedIt s been told in previous books that he was the leader of the vampire cult that imprisoned Lestat but now we see how he became part of it You can see the growing theme with Christianity on Rice s books here and while I m not A Fairly Honourable Defeat even remotely religious it didn t bother me I love the writing style and the descriptive writing but that may not be toveryone s
liking I m completely unable to like this book I just can t I only read I m completely unable to like this book I just can t I only read because I m a fan of Anne Rice s Vampires series I was never really Armand s fan and this book only made me hate him ven I ven tried to see the story through his and Marius point of view but no matter how beautiful may be the story of a mature man trapped in a angel like boy the constant and xhaustive repetition of this fact is simply annoying Armand himself thinks he is too much of an adult but during the WHOLE BOOK his acts contradict simply annoying Armand himself thinks he is too much of an adult but during the WHOLE BOOK his acts contradict thoughts And there are too many things that Armand does that you just can t understand and not ven his moments of supposedly insanity The Man Without a Face explain unlike what happens with Lestat The little flashback scenes of the red haired baby vampire were onlynough to increase my hatred towards this childish character that did nothing than cry for his master during than half of the book so that he would abandon him for no plausible reason The only thing that made me want to finish reading this book was nearly the nding when he finally realizes his own mistakesAbsolutely awful I d ven read VIOLIN again but won t Gone (Gone, ever want to look at this bookver again HorridEgg yoke Seriously She doesn t know the difference between yoke and yolkArmand is in a new roomShe spends an hour describing #that roomThen spends an hour describing the clothes they wear while standing in that roomThen spends an hour xplaining how #roomThen spends an hour describing the clothes they wear while standing in that roomThen spends an hour xplaining how feels about the clothes they are wearing while standing in that roomHalfway through the chapter she reminds you why they are in that roomWhich is good because after all that useless filler bullshit I ve completely forgotten that Armand and Marius are still playing cat and mouse about their attraction to All Seated on the Ground each other as they have been doing throughout thentire first half of the bookI didn t finish For all I adore this book and reread it whenever I feel down underline some thought provoking passages and short phrases Anne Rice uses and admire her writing style for it s uniueness I still believe that Anne Rice showed her cra. Njene najveće moći i slave Dospijeva u dom vampira Mariusa koji ga ugrizom svojih vampirskih očnjaka pretvar. For me The Vampire Chronicles are the be all nd all of vampire #Novels And While I #And while I my favorites within the series I find myself comparing very other vampire novel I read to the ntire set So if you want to discuss them go ahead and send me a note And if you re new
to the vampire genre you can t go wrong with Anne Rice This one is my second favorite of the vampire genre you can t go wrong with Anne Rice This one is my second favorite of series What I got from this Novel is that it is a book about Love and secondary of Faith Now u may be saying wait a minute oh no must of have been a pre cursor to Twilight which BTW I have not read yet This is hardly a book bout Puppy Dog teenage loveAlso I have noted some controversy am Well this is my second favorite book in the Vampire Chronocle series the first is Blackwood Farm then this then The Vampire Lestat The reason I love this book is not only the character Armand who is without a doubt my favorite Sorry Lestat You re second but also the fact that he dictates his story from when he was a boy and how he grew up f This is where I stopped in the series Anne Rice had the habit of making all her characters xtremely homo Against All Odds erotic from the beginning but I could deal with it because the stories werexcellent I had to draw the line at this book though Reading about ancient vampires giving and receiving head from little boys is not my idea of Jingling Daddys Bells BDSM Menage entertainment I am giving this book two stars only because Anne Rice is a talented author and I can t bear to give this a single star rating though honestly it might deserve it Man what a bummer I loved the last four volumes in this series but this was a mess Written after a short hiatus from the Vampire Chronicles this volume follows Memnoch the Devil which Rice said was supposed to be the series finale That would have made sense and it would have been a fine note tond on Instead three years later this mess hit bookstore shelves First off Lestat is almost nowhere to be found here I think because up to this point the Brat Prince features heavily in all the vampire novels that Rice wasn t sure where to go with this story Armand is certainly one of the interesting immortals for his age if nothing The DOS else but he makes for a booooooring narrator He lacks all the wit and humor of Lestat he has no personality of his own What a dud And don t get me started on the disjointed feel of the story first half is littered with awkward heavy handed sex second half is I don tven know dude Boring AF I can t remember a thing that happened Maybe that s for the
bestThey can t all be winners I will be taking an can t all be winners I will be taking an break from this series Lestat lies in a coma like sleep in a chapel and while vampires gathers around him Armand tells his story to David Talbot Lestat s former Talamascan fledgling Armand takes us with him through his childhood in Kiev from where he is kidnapped and sold to slavery to Venice where Marius saves him and ventually gives the dark gift and to Paris where he led his Satanic Vampire cult Maybe I should start this telling that this was 4th or 5th time reading this and yep I still love it Armand s always been my favourite so it s no surprise I love this It s been over 8 years since I ve last read this and long before I had Priča je to o Armandu prelijepom dječaku koji je otet iz rodne Rusije prodan u roblje dospio u Veneciju u doba. ,
Zy in the second half of The Vampire ArmandArmand is the Botticelli angel as many call him and he delights in it I think purely so Rice can start the book by having him rip a victims scalp off and stomp on it to spite David Talbot who asks his to stop He does present a rather interesting character of the Chronicles He is perhaps the personification of Rice s duality in religion He was a child of Satan at one point akin to the yezedi muslims
who worship a Satan like figure knowing that without bad there is worship a Satan like figure knowing that without bad there is good and that Satan tests all and thus works for God He does horrible things #And Yet He Believes Himself #yet he believes himself of conscience Armand is uite mad Becomes so as he ages into the New World He s very uniue character in the series if not for his age then his personalityHowever the narration dissolves into religious raving at the oddest of times from mid way on At some points Armand is pulled from recounting his story to comment on things to David and it isjarring At this point Rice had no ditors I think and it really does show Half way through the uality drops considerably and I ve found a few spelling Sleep, Circadian Rhythms, and Metabolism errors Sentences that make no sense and the like Over time Rice has become as much of a character of these books as she is the author It s hard to ignore the religious overtones with Armand because religion played such a huge role in his life She sverywhere in the characters and locations It s like she s sorting out her own philosophical and religious dilemmas through the characters I don t see the characters sometimes I only see her It makes it hard to relate to the characters understand their reverence or fear I do not recommend this book to those who are new to the series The Christian influence is thick within the third section of the book but the first sections of Armand and Marius formative years in Rome is very much something I adore and would like to think of as dear to me and I hope to others Theirs is such a strong bond at that point in time and it s clear that Anne njoyed writing it Her grasp on history and atmosphere is as always absolutely wonderful
She describes paintings rooms halls people with such an interesting way that it describes paintings rooms halls people with such an interesting way that it t come of as fantasy type scenery porn at all This is the part I love to go back to and rereadFor writers like myself it s uite soothing to thumb through her pages and try to break down the book The paragraphs and sentences I could compare her prose to Stephen Kings and yet she is somehow a little better paced than he is Not so drawn out but still descriptive It may also be the subject matter but I still would ask if one likes the way Stephen King writes before recommending Rice for all she is to me an ssential read to those wanting to know about the rise of vampire fictionI can read this book again and again and feel the same heartache for Armand very time It never gets old There s an incredible amount of charm to the book despite its brutal nature in parts and other shortcomings that just really confused me I have no words for how unendurably horrible and boring this book is Armand knows only how to cry beg people to love him and seemingly can t get his head around Christ He is a pathe. A u neumrlog vampira Armand se predaje svim užicima raspojasane Venecije i otkriva sve ljudske i vampirske slas.