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Vittorio The Vampire

New Tales of The Vampires

by Anne Rice

Vittorio The Vampire by Anne Rice X
Vittorio The Vampire by Anne Rice
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  • First Published:
    Mar 1999, 292 pages
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    Feb 2001, 304 pages

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alexandrea

i thought this book was ok it was so diffrent. i dont know there was something about this book that bugged me. but i give it credit it was a good tale of a vamprie the world dos not know. but i did love the angels
Amadeo

I think this book could have gone a lot farther. IM a major fan of Rice's first four books, but afterwards her books became way to relegious for my taste. Now I could stand Memnoch THe Devil because it portrayed the devil in a unique light, but this book has a pooprly written plot, little chemistry between the two lovers, not to mention the three angels that Vittorio could suddenly see really screwed up a plot that had some promise. The ending was also horrible. The book didnt even explain how Vittorio survived the vampire apocolypse in "Queen of the Damned". I rated this book a two becaus it had promise, but like most of Rice's newer additions to the Vampire Chronicals, it is boring, long, and doesn't have enough about vampires.
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