Blood Canticle

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Ballantine Books, 2004 - Fiction - 416 pages
9 Reviews
Fiery, fierce, and erotic, Blood Canticle marks the triumphant culmination of Anne Rice’s bestselling Vampire Chronicles, as Lestat tells his astounding tale of the pleasures and tortures that lie between death’s shadow and immortality. . . .

Surrounded by its brooding swampscape, Blackwood Farm is alive with the comings and goings of the bewitched and the bewitching. Among them is the ageless vampire Lestat, vainglorious enough to believe that he can become a saint, weak enough to fall impossibly in love.

Gripped by his unspeakable desire for the mortal Rowan Mayfair and taking the not so innocent, new-to-the-blood Mona Mayfair under his wing, Lestat braves the wrath of paterfamilias Julien Mayfair and ventures to a private island off the coast of Haiti. There, Saint Lestat will get his chance to slay his dragon. For Mona and the Mayfairs share an explosive, secret blood bond to another deathless species: a five-thousand-year-old race of Taltos, strangers held in the throes of evil itself.

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Review: Blood Canticle (The Vampire Chronicles #10)

User Review  - Aenea - Goodreads

Fortunately it's the last of the Vampire Chronicles, as it certainly continues the downward spiral that began with Queen of the Damned. Read full review

Review: Blood Canticle (The Vampire Chronicles #10)

User Review  - Samantha - Goodreads

What a load of drivil this was somehow worse that Blackwood Farm it took me almost a week to read 350 pages, shocking really shocking I am glad this series is finished. But somehow this series feels unfinished I just cant fathom this is how a series is supposed to end a real anti climax. Read full review

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Anne Rice is the author of more than twenty-five books. She lives in New Orleans.

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