Of Love and Evil by Anne Rice
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Of Love and Evil Summary
"I dreamed a dream of angels. I saw them and heard them in a great and endless galactic night. I saw the lights that were these angels, flying here and there, in streaks of irresistible brilliance ... I felt love around me in this vast and seamless realm of sound and light ... And something akin to sadness swept me up and mingled my very essence with the voices who sang, because the voices were singing of me ..."
Of Love and Evil Reviews
"Readers who enjoy Rices larger-than-life tales and elegant writing will find much to appreciate here, and the cliff-hanger ending will leave fans eager for the next installment." - Booklist
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Anne Rice Author Biography
Born Howard Allen O'Brien on October 4, 1941 in New Orleans, LA. Anne Rice
chose the first name "Anne" as a child. she married Stan Rice in 1961, and
their daughter Michele was born in 1966. Sadly Michele died of leukemia at the
age of 5. Anne wrote her first published novel, Interview With A
Vampire, in 1973. A son, Christopher, was born in 1978 (now an
established author in his own right). After living in Texas and San
Francisco, Anne settled in New Orleans. However, after Stan died from a
brain tumor she moved to California, where she currently lives.
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