Anne Rice Message Board
megan posts on 3/1/2006 3:53:20 PM
i love anne rice and all her work.. but im not to thrilled about the goddly asspect of the newest stuff.. i will of course read it or try to choke it down.. but i truely am seeing the end of a great love and passion that comes with lastat. our immortal lover no more... time to morn lastats final death
daisy posts on 2/21/2006 1:45:54 AM
Can anyone tell me the theme of Anne Rice's book :The Queen of The...
lestats lover posts on 2/19/2006 1:42:48 AM
I read anne rice's Christ The Lord and i liked it, but am extremely saddened to hear that there will be no more vampire chronicles. No more Lestat? How can you leave such a great character and story hanging? I feel like there's a death in the family!
Derek Deitsch posts on 1/19/2006 3:24:19 PM
I need some help on my report about vampire for English. I don't know anyone who I can intervew to get infformation for my report.
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Brian Baxter Smith posts on 1/13/2006 6:28:05 PM
I'm not sure if there's a theme, persay. It was a fictional account of a ficional immortal character's life. Did the part about the mysterious spirit who possessed the bee's collective hive mind throw you off? I think that strange and wonderful bit at the end was meant simply to evoke the sense that life is bizzare and is seeded with many suculant preternatural happenings. But the possessed bees were not really pertinent to the storyline, though that is by far my favorite part.
trobldjoy posts on 1/12/2006 12:28:30 AM
i barely finshed anne rices pandora, and i was wondering if anyone can tell me the theme because i did read it but i do not know any one who has read it too so they can help me on understanding.
Brian Baxter Smith posts on 1/10/2006 5:03:47 PM
Anne, I finished Christ the Lord some time ago and love it, though I assume that the first Christ Chronicle lacked your characteristic eloquent prose because it's from the Christ Child's point of view and not due to your powerful, admireable, and ambitious vision to be accessable to All. I think I know you well enough to know that as Christ grows and matures and blossoms in complexity so will his story/storytelling. I can't wait to read His version of the crucifiction, ressurection, desent into the bowls of hell, and inevitable unity with Yahweh.
scarlettecho posts on 1/9/2006 11:40:33 PM
you obviously have great aste in rading material if you have read Anne Rice. That describe you as a person with imagination compassion and a desire to see the world outside of the box. So as long as you can type or read or listen to a book your fine.
the real rusty shackfold posts on 1/7/2006 10:04:34 AM
Is there anyone here who wants to talk to me I am so boring?
Pyxis posts on 12/28/2005 7:25:51 PM
Lestat starts in present day rising to the sound of a band that he joins after a century in the earth. he finds that louie one of his fledglings has written a book, so he decides to write the story of his life.
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