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[ Read Online Vittorio the Vampire ✓ literary-criticism PDF ] by Anne Rice ¼ That it I m afraid I m finished with Anne Rice after following her since the first there s only so much angst you can take before depression sets in Early Anne Rice novels, the first Lestat books in particular, carried you along in wonderment at a new view of the world, but that wonder has grown stale and stagnant, and lanquid posing while waiting for the next sexual frisson does not, for me anyway, make for interesting reading.
Wondering about your place in the world is all very well, but most of us grow out of it in our teens Maybe that s why these Vampires do littlethan gaze at their own navels they are emotionally stunted Too much new gothic lounging and not enough plot.
The truth is that I really wanted to finish with all the Chronicles and Vittorio managed to convince me that I am right by doing just that I barely managed to get through the entire book and very often I wanted to put it aside, and only my persistence kept me going I think I got tired of the writing style, with the same descriptions and lack of engaging action The mixing of the vampires and angels is a bit peculiar, for some it all falls in the supernatural category, but for me is a bad mixture for this kind of book It shows too much about the author, the questioning about religion, good and evil, angels, and I was left with the feeling that vampires were just stuffed in the tale However, this time just didn t work for me and I d rather keep the distance from now on Moreover, there was some eroticism involved in the story which seemed awkward and wrong Vittorio was really annoying,
Tiresome so far Vittorio is a weenie.
Vittorio the Vampire is the second novel in the New Tales of the Vampires series by the legendary Anne Rice Honestly, I first read this novel a few years ago, but I fell in love with this story so much that I had to read it again I ve read some love and some hate reviews on this novel and honestly, I don t see why their would be any hate Sure, everyone s opinions are welcome, but I personally think this novel turned me into a vampire lover Yes, I know many will say, Not her Vampire Chronicles novels Come on Well, I admit, her Vampire Chronicles are fantastic and they truly are the heart of vampires Although, I read Interview with the Vampire Queen of the Damned much to young to appreciate it s greatness Yes, I loved them, but what made me beg forvampires and horror was Vittorio I got this novel on a whim from my friend and boy am I glad he lent me this novel Who knows how long it w This is a great novel What I have learned is that by the love a person can be saved and by the love that very same person can be doomed and brought into the world of shadows and blood Living forever and always remembering the sins is the greatest burden because there is no coming back Vittorio s rage to revenge brought him into the hands of those who destroy and kill for living Imagine yourself being in love with someone who saved only one life, yours WHAT WOULD YOU DO Would you continue to hate or never stop loving Vittorio made his firm choice, an interesting solution to a problem that was perceived by Vittorio himself as his new life.
If there was a half a star I would have given it to that silly boring book I am really sorry for this Anne Rice used to take me to places of wonder but in this book she took me to a hell called what the hell is this I wont say much but I really hated this book I really love Anne Rice and all the vampire chronicles but this one is a failure
And I think that s the part of the novel that shines By this time in the series, the vampire thing is kind of old I still enjoy the vampire aspect, but I found the angels in this book to be a refreshing and a complimentary addition to the Anne Rice take on vampires.
Like all of Rice s novels, history and art are important to the story This novel features the work of Fra Filippo Lippi, an artist during the time of Cosimo de Medici, as well as the writings of Thomas Aquinas and St Augustine All of it fl I probably got to page 43 50, and then started to jump around in the book, and decided to read the end of the book Well the first couple chapters I was enjoying, when the character was talking about his about his life, but when his family was slaughtered, he goes out finding the Ursela, who had put the attack on his family, he finds her, is ready to take his revenge, blah blah blah, just to be made into a vampire, then falls in love with her OKAY to me that is just weird, you fell in love with the same person who had slaughtered your family, yeah rather hard to believe, well it is for me anyway Anne Rice obviously did her research for the book dating it back to Florence in the 1400 s The book itself was lacking in plot, and foreshadowing, probably a few other things as well I understand that the character was supposed t With Pandora, Anne Rice Began A Magnificent New Series Of Vampire Novels Now, In The Second Of Her New Tales Of The Vampires, She Tells The Mesmerizing Story Of Vittorio, A Vampire In The Italian Age Of GoldEducated In The Florence Of Cosimo De Medici, Trained In Knighthood At His Father S Mountaintop Castle, Vittorio Inhabits A World Of Courtly Splendor And Country Pleasures A World Suddenly Threatened When His Entire Family Is Confronted By An Unholy PowerIn The Midst Of This Upheaval, Vittorio Is Seduced By The Vampire Ursula, The Most Beautiful Of His Supernatural Enemies As He Sets Out In Pursuit Of Vengeance, Entering The Nightmarish Court Of The Ruby Grail, Increasingly Enchanted And Confused By His Love For The Mysterious Ursula, He Finds Himself Facing Demonic Adversaries, War And Political IntrigueAgainst A Backdrop Of The Wonders Both Sacred And Profane And The Beauty And Ferocity Of Renaissance Italy, Anne Rice Creates A Passionate And Tragic Legend Of Doomed Young Love And Lost Innocence This one was interesting mostly for the section where the main character is held prisoner along with dozens of other humans by a coven of vampires The coven is basically farming the humans keeping them barely alive with vampire blood mixed into their food, harvesting the ones who get too weak and turning the stronger survivors into vampires themselves It s an odd concept The rest of the book Convoluted and boring.