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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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  • First Published:
    Oct 1998, 387 pages

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    Sep 1999, 397 pages

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Stephanie
Well, how should I start off? I loved this book! After reading all of the other Vampire Chronicles, I was thrilled about the prospect of a new one. If you've read the others, and were upset at the end of Memnoch the Devil, this book will bring you right back into the vampire coven's world... and even if you haven't read the others yet, this book is a wonderful piece of literature. Armand is an excellent, if somewhat unlikely, lead character, and actually, I feel he should have been written about more earlier! (And, for all you Lestat fans... read this book! Trust me!)

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