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Vampire Armand, The

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  • Vampire Armand, The
  • Author: Anne Rice
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books
  • Year: 1998
  • Country: US
  • 387 pages
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David Talbot asks Armand about his life. Armand begins his personal tale with his childhood in Kiev and ultimately fifteenth century Constantinople. He was a mortal sold as a boy toy to Marius, a Venetian painter, who happened to be a vampire. Soon after that, he receives the gift of the dark. His haven within Marius' palazzo is destroyed by fellow vampires, killing in the name of God. However, Armand escapes and his escapades continue in nineteenth century Paris and twentieth century New Orleans.

Qvamp says:

For those of your who've read the first books in the vampire chronicles, this book stars Armand, and tells the tale of his life and his relationship with Marius.

I found the book good, but not compelling. The focus of the book is a summary of all the previous vampire books that have been published. But, not enough information is given for you to understand what's being referred to if you haven't read the previous books.

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By: morbid romantic ( angelchildvlt@yahoo.com )
Overall Rating: A+     Queer vampire Rating: A+    

Not only were the intimate scenes shared by Marius and Armand erotic and sensual, they were also intense and layered with an ethereal love for one another. They had an intriguing D/S relationship, stamped by a natural submission on Armand's part. This was one of the best books ever written.


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