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Interview with the Vampire (The Vampire Chronicles, Book 1) eBook Kindle

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Número de páginas: 353 páginas Dicas de vocabulário: Habilitado Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
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This is the book that started it all. We are in a small room with the vampire, face to face, as he speaks--as he pours out the hypnotic, shocking, moving, and erotically charged confessions of his first two hundred years as one of the living dead.

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In celebration of the 40th anniversary of its publication

Here are the confessions of a vampire. Hypnotic, shocking, and chillingly erotic, this is a novel of mesmerizing beauty and astonishing force—a story of danger and flight, of love and loss, of suspense and resolution, and of the extraordinary power of the senses. It is a novel only Anne Rice could write.

Look for a special preview of Anne Rice’s Prince Lestat in the back of the book. The Vampire Chronicles continue in Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis, available for pre-order now.

Praise for Interview with the Vampire
 
“A magnificent, compulsively readable thriller . . . Rice begins where Bram Stoker and the Hollywood versions leave off and penetrates directly to the true fascination of the myth–the education of the vampire.”Chicago Tribune
 
“Unrelentingly erotic . . . sometimes beautiful, and always unforgettable.”Washington Post
 
“If you surrender and go with her . . . you have surrendered to enchantment, as in a voluptuous dream.”Boston Globe
 
“A chilling, thought-provoking tale, beautifully frightening, sensuous, and utterly unnerving.”Hartford Courant


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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
  • Tamanho do arquivo: 3544 KB
  • Número de páginas: 353 páginas
  • Editora: Ballantine Books; Edição: Reissue (17 de novembro de 2010)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B004AM5R20
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  • Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
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Em uma época como a nossa, em que o conceito de vampiro foi totalmente deturpado e que o que atende por esse nome mal pode ser reconhecido como tal, ler "Entrevista com o vampiro" de Anne Rice é como respirar um sopro de ar puro e fresco depois de um longo período inalando ar poluído.

O livro conta a história de Louis de Point du Lac, um vampiro de mais de 200 anos, nascido na França, mas que emigrou ainda jovem para Nova Orleans, EUA. Nos dias atuais, ele relata a um jovem jornalista a sua trajetória como vampiro, suas paixões, decepções e tragédias.

O que mais me chamou a atenção no livro é que, a despeito da óbvia fantasia presente em uma história em que vampiros realmente existem, a narrativa de Louis é consistente e coerente. Ao contrário do que pregam filmes como a saga "Crepúsculo", ser vampiro não é fácil, muito menos divertido. Ao longo de suas incontáveis noites, Louis vai, pouco a pouco, abrindo mão daquilo que o liga à vida mortal: sua família, suas raízes e, por fim, sua aversão a tirar vidas humanas. Mas esse descolamento da humanidade tem como consequência um crescente sentimento de solidão e falta de perspectiva, quem nem mesmo a companhia de outros vampiros parece suprir a médio e longo prazo. Seguir "vivo" noite após noite exige dele e de seus pares, uma força de vontade que nem todos possuem ou conseguem manter indefinidamente.

"Entrevista com o vampiro" não é um livro fácil. Quando chega ao fim, não há catarse ou final feliz e o sentimento que fica é de melancolia e reflexão sobre o que é realmente importante na vida. Ainda assim, é uma ótima história de vampiros "como eles devem ser". Ao menos na minha opinião...
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5.0 de 5 estrelas One of my all-time favorites 19 de dezembro de 2012
Por Latin Boy - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
Okay, so I was one of those kids in junior high school. You know the type: the teacher gives a reading assignment, and the kid does all he can within his power to be prepared without actually reading. Yeah, Cliff Notes, relying on others who actually read, Internet, etc...I was solidly one of those. Then in eleventh grade something life-changing happened.
There were several friends of mine passing around books like they were some sort of prized possessions. It was odd. Here I was avoiding reading like the plague, but their enthusiasm for reading was catching; it piqued my curiosity. I asked what they were reading, and one of my friends said, Anne Rice! Well, I folded and bought Interview with the Vampire.
WOW, I could not put the book down! I devoured it. I lived it. I breathed it. I had these burning, existential questions that would keep me up at night, and here I was reading conversations between Armand and Louis that hit on life, love, being, birth, death--all those questions that I wanted to ask of someone, some authority figure.
I don't want to go into plot details. I just want to share that this book affected me profoundly. One effect being that now you will rarely see me without a book in hand!
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Book that made me fall in love with vampires 23 de janeiro de 2013
Por Dorian - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa comum Compra verificada
I wasn't familiar with Anne Rice works since 2010 May. Then I first time saw "Interview with the Vampire" movie and fell in love with "blonde vampire". After that movie on TV, I downloaded that movie to my computer. And found who created this story and started looking for a book. I was very lucky I found that book and ordered. It was simply curiosity to read and see which is better: movie or book. Of course it was book. After reading this book, I found out that there are even 9 more books in this serie. Of course I couldn't find any of them in my country, in any language. I felt so sad... I still was not adult and couldn't order these books from other countries, I also couldn't read in English very good. But I never gave up. I started reading "The Vampire Lestat" online and saw it wasn't that hard to read in English. But I still so wanted paper books. These electronic books are unemotional...so cold... no smell of ink...

I got very insulted by some fans that I didn't have any of Anne Rice books... And in autumn a miracle appeared. They translated "The Vampire Lestat" in Lithuanian. I ordered as soon as it was able to buy and when I got it, I started reading it like a zombie. But it still was not enough. So I found out way to get books from UK by one bookstore. So I bought all serie. Of course that bookstore got closed soon and I was again sad without English books. And well.. I got job, I got credit card and could order anything I wish from all over the world. And I started collecting Anne Rice books in ALL languages, in all covers. I have many editions so far. And this edition of "Interview with the Vampire" was my dream to get because of amazing cover. And here it is- I have it. It was so hard to get these all books, I felt like living in some end of the world where I couldn't get my favorite books.

I still didn't finish reading all Vampires Chronicles serie, I needed rest from these books for a little. But Anne Rice created best books about vampires of all times. In Lithuania I have no fans to talk about these books, mostly all people do not like fiction books here. But I'm so happy I found this author and can call her my God, my inspiration and creator of immortal characters I will never forget.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Sometimes a book comes along.... 26 de outubro de 2014
Por Phillip C. the Artist - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Sometimes a book comes along that pulls you in, and takes you far away from what you know, opening doors to other worlds and a life you had never dreamed of. A book that will haunt you for the rest of your life 'Interview With The Vampire' is one of those novels, like Wuthering Heights, Phantom of the Opera, Dracula, Frankenstein, that sweeps you away in it's twists and turns challenging ones psyche with it's soaring breadth of incredible storytelling and imagination.
Well, I will tell you, this novel is right at home with these classics.
As I read this novel the main story blazed like a great flame and magically lit my imagination and memory leaving an indelible and endearing mark .
"Anne Rice's indomitable spirit shines and here you see how her intricate descriptions and talent of invoking deep emotions could fuel a literary career of legendary proportion."
In this story Louis relates a tale of his reluctant immortality, a morose and emotionally frail man who has suffered great loss. Taken over by a force a charisma embodied in the likes of the vampire Lestat, a vain, selfish, sadistic, and 'even' *gasp* ..sardonic individual driven by his mercurial and unbridled whims. This book transformed the typical sinister vampire of mysterious gloom and doom into a wild byronic character full of philosophy and ideas, topped with a stylish and dramatic flair. An entrepreneur of acquiring property and means of great wealth. Never mind the old dark and dank castles of old, these immortals live in the lap of luxury in every way. Lestat ,you see, though not the main character somehow seems to dominate the narrative and oddly Lestat has forever seemed to be present in the chronicles even when he is not. I believe he is one of the greatest literary characters of our time and is forever entertaining in his adventures good and bad.
In the tale we are transported to New Orleans 200 years ago. In Anne's words gabled houses come to life and you feel as if the tension is real. You can practically hear the crickets chirping in the night and feel the sensation, the desperation Louis conveys. There is a kind of preternatural longing in the progression of the events. Events addressing deep seated subjects that we have at one time or another felt in our psyche and maybe could not articulate?
What I found most interesting is this novels structure. It is quite different from any I have ever read. On contemplating this I realized there are passages in 'Interview' that are very like our deep unconscious dreams, so real and full of odd circumstances you wake remembering the whole but then small fragments come back during the day. There are so many odd occurrences a doll shop, a tower, a subterranean lair, Armand scaling a tower with Louis, fighting monstrous creatures, along with surprising and terrible incidences that fill the whole. There is the main events that shift and change place but will end up uniting in a surprising way.
I think it would not be too far fetched to compare this work to a surrealist painting such as Dali. You have the basis of a regular painting. When viewing his work it draws you in, you start to realize a clock is not just a clock it is melting on the landscape in which it lay and is quite altered and with a title like 'Persistence of Memory' the painting stirs the imagination to no end.
Here in IWTV you have man transformed to something unnatural a creature seeking comfort and there are relationships but they are severely altered by the vampiric natures of these individuals. The whole question of death and our existence is challenged and begs for conversation on the subject of immortality.
Claudia is a lovely young girl eternally trapped in a childs body and the limitations of her stature brings terrible frustration. Those who fall for her compulsive charms are usually teetering on the threshold of doom. Louis is repulsed by his need to kill and tries in vain to fight it with alternatives. His relationships crumble and his inner drive to survive propels him forward. Torn by his desire to love and his circumstantial and inner fluctuating need for independence.
One of the greatest inventions that I feel seals this story into immortality is the blending of Theatre and Vampirism. The reality of the vampiric condition is portrayed in a theatrical production luring a mortal audience into an entertainment that is a true twist of the ordinary suspension of disbelief.
In Interview Anne Rice raises a production that envelopes you in layers of atmosphere and longing. Many authors draw from deep pain and here Anne Rice transformed hers into a masterpiece.
This book prompted me to attend the 'Anne Rice Vampire Lestat Ball'. Check it out @ http://www.arvlfc.com I was amazed at the people who loved her work. It was incredible to walk the streets of New Orleans and get a feel for what she was talking about. 'Interview With a Vampire' opened up a world I never knew. Her presence on Facebook and Amazon has taught me so much about her process and the art of writing and for this I am forever grateful. This year is a banner year for Anne Rice fans in that there is a new book arriving called 'Prince Lestat.' I highly recommend attending the ball if not this year then next. You will most likely see Anne Rice there and see the place where it all began.
Did I fail to mention.... I love this book!
Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 6 de 6 pessoa(s):
5.0 de 5 estrelas There were times when I would read a sentence so perfect that I had to set the book aside for ... 28 de março de 2015
Por Rachel - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Anne Rice is the kind of Author that I aspire to be. I was first introduced to Interview with the Vampire through the movie. The whole idea of it was enthralling. I was totally captivated from start to finish. Her characters felt so real that I felt bumping into them on the street was within the realm of possibilities.
I immediately purchased the book and read it, start to finish, in a single sitting. Her prose was so colorful! I could smell the jasmine in the air, see the cypress trees, hear the New Orleans accent of her main character Louis. She brought me into her world of vampires in a way that few novels ever have.
There were times when I would read a sentence so perfect that I had to set the book aside for a moment just to compose myself.
I'm working my way through the rest of the Vampire Chronicles now and each book has been better than the last.

Anne Rice is one of the most talented writers of our time. Her storytelling is unparalleled, her characters are people that I would give anything to meet. She truly has a gift and each of her books has been a gift to me.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice 17 de dezembro de 2011
Por Margaret A. Foster - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
I had the opportunity to read through all three of the Vampire Chronicles recently in the Kindle Format. I had seen the movies, but had not read the books before this. I was overall very pleased with the Kindle series and it proved to be entertaining and enjoyable.

To her credit, Anne Rice deserves the praise she has received for her writing style. She is descriptive, she does her research and she knows, for the most part, the locations and histories she writes about. She gives just enough fact to tie the reader to the story, but injects some very imaginable fiction that puts her out in front of the pack of vampire writers.

Interview with the Vampire is a masterpiece. The characters of Lestat, Louis and Claudia are classics! Tormented Louis, daring Lestat and precious but tragic Claudia are so well worked that they tear at you and they keep you turning the pages to see what happens next. The historical period of the late 1700's is realistic enough to be believable. New Orleans is the young city that shows promise and holds some of the beauty and mystery that it will become known for. The story, told by Louis, covers the making of Louis by Lestat in the last 1700's in old Louisiana and their adventures through some 60 plus years. Along the way, Lestat also makes Claudia, a 6 year old child dying from the plague. He uses Claudia to keep Louis as his companion, as he knows that Louis, who is a sentimental fool for humanity, will never leave her even if he wants to leave Lestat. Their story also takes them to Paris, Lestat's home, and they encounter traditional Vampires and Armand, their leader. To make a child so young is a sacrilege. And the story becomes a tragic opera, as all operas are destined to become. I was genuinely fascinated with this work.

OK, a side note - the Kindle edition appears to have minor editing issues. I found about half a dozen spelling errors and a couple of he's that should have been she's. As this book was written in 1976, chances are it was done pre-word processor and had to be re-typed, which always ends up giving the Kindle version some issues. But overlooking this, it is clearly a classic Vampire fiction novel.

I love the characters. Their stories were wonderfully told. You will love Lestat, Louis, Armand, and Claudia and will remember them for a very long time.
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