This book is not reccomended for any fan of Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles. Overly religious, overly emotional, unrealistic and rather disgusting in parts it is definitely enough to put off all but her most ardent fans. Rice abuses the character of Lestat more than ever making him into a shallow, fanatically religious emotional wreck who uncharacteristically falls in love with Dora, the religious and frankly rather dull daughter of a wealthy New York drug dealer. The plot is jerky, sentimental, improbable and uninteresting and the book, overall, seems to be liitle more than a showcase for Rice's religious views.
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