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And I'd love to know Anne use one of the worst literary tools ever: The Person Shift.

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What the Hell. Your mom taught you how to write, didn't she.

In closing, I guess I'll simply state that I probably won't ever read Blood Canticle. It's not because I don't want to see The Vampire Chronicles end.

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  1. Veronica October 19, 2004 at 3:44 pm Permalink

    This has to be one of the most well-thought out and honest commentaries I have heard about Anne’s latest works. Then again, I am one of the few people in my area who reads any fantasy/horror beyond Stephen King and Dean Koontz. Not only that, but, like you, I have been avoiding any negativity where Anne’s writing is concerned, because I didn’t want to acknowledge her descent into the slippery slopes of crap writing. Good call, too– your decision not to read The Blood Canticle– I just had a root canal operation that was less painful. If you don’t want to hear Anne’s “alter ego” (Lestat, obviously) slanging his way through 320 pages of overly contrived plot, then DO NOT read this book!! And I thought I overused the word “cool.” Jeez, I borrowed this book to a friend of mine before I read it. Her only introduction to the Chronicles had been Blackwood Farm. She even warned me that it wasn’t worth the read, but I guess I’m just a glutton for punishment, cause that’s exactly what it was.

  2. Teresa October 28, 2004 at 1:01 am Permalink

    I’m offering a suggestion from a relatively unbiased chronicle reader. Read Blood Canticle.

    I know a lot about Anne Rice, as my interest in the author herself has become far more passionate as of late than my interest in her old vampire books. Now and then i focus my energies on predicting what the author is writing at present, and with the close of the Vampire Chronicles, what the entire body of work represents as a whole. I’ve been thouroughly uplifted by such books as Memnoch the Devil and perhaps my old favorite, The Vampire Lestat. And then I’ve been thouroughly dissapointed by such drivle as Pandora and Blood and Gold, those two books that may have been marked as her ‘decline’? Blackwood Farm I found to be of good calibre. But what happened with Blood Canticle? Can its contents really constitute a book? I almost gave up reading it, in truth the “final moral evolution” of Lestat was shaking me up. Pressing on, however, the book became Anne Rice again. It was different, a turn in her writing style, but it left you with things to think about. I began recalling random details from random books and thinking how nice just parts of a book could be, even it the rest of it was bad. Blood Canticle; I’ll admit it, I was offended. This is how the series ends? Please no. But an odd, clashing book like that might be the right ending for the vampire chronicles after all. It’s the way Anne insists she wanted it to be. Absolutely deliberate.

    I can’t help but admire such deliberation, the way on the radio she spoke of how she was happy with the neat package that becomes the vampire chronicles. There’s something I’m not really seeing yet.

    But if your interested in finding out true meaning of her chronicles that Anne so nicely alluded to in her defensive response on Amazon, go re-evaluate the chronicles. All of them.

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