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The Vampire Armand

The Vampire Chronicles

by Anne Rice

The Vampire Armand by Anne Rice X
The Vampire Armand by Anne Rice
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    Oct 1998, 387 pages

    Sep 1999, 397 pages


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Anne Rice's novel, The Vampire Armand, is a thrilling masterpiece of lavish and rich images blended together to form a delicious tapestry.
The scenes in the novel are unforgetable, so much so, that when not reading, one is drawn to it, as if ghostly hands are leading them back to the book. "A marvolous piece of work."

PS-If you enjoyed this book, you'll love Pandora, and Vittorio the Vampire.

I love The Vampire Chronicles, and I especially love this edition. Armand is my favorite character. What's not to love? Eternal youth, beauty, determination, love and heartache. He is one of the most beautifuly developed characters in the chronicles, along with this book. I love him!

just the best book ever!

The book "The vampire Armand" is my most favourite book and Armand my most favourite book character ever. Anne Rice describes the story of Armand who is abducted by slaver-traders and is treated brutally by them until he's found by the vampire Marius. I think it's the best book Anne Rice has ever written. The feeling of an ancient and passed culture comes up to the the reader. Anne Rice writes about the dramaticall things that Armand has to go to like the slavery etc. etc. how he has to suffer and the pain he feels. But also how deeply he loves the vampire Marius or his parents.... and about the great times he and Marius had in Rom etc. But see it yourself. I would like to get post of other Armand fans so feel free to e-mail me I allways like to get post of Anne Rice or Armand fans

Anne Rice is my favorite author and I totally idolize her. I have a collection of my favorite series of hers, the Vampire Chronicles, for which this book is my fave. Anne Rice rocks!

I thought this book was rice at her best. it was sexuly nasty but the story it told of the 17 year old vampire with the botticelli face was awsome. armand hads a tough life before he met marius. marius opend his eyes to lif history and most imporntly love. even though the love was nasty it was the love he needed. after he was given the dark gift he was stolen from marius which made me cry it was so emotional. and to top that he then served satan. then the vampire lestat destroyed his woriship. he then loved louis which was one of the best parts. i loved this book i recamend it to any one who loves rices writing

im a young person who loves to read books that r not exactly my age group. i thought this book told a great story and its not gross at all,it tells of love and loyalties and i just love it!

a definite improvement in the way a vampire may see things. full of action and love, a must read for Anne Rice fans

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