What are the best books of Anne Rice?

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    #1Interview With the Vampire (The Vampire Chronicles)

    Interview With the Vampire (The Vampire Chronicles)
    This thriller written by Anne Rice combines terror, suspense and erotica. The first book of The Vampire Chronicles tells the story of Louis de Pointe du Lac, a vampire who tells the story of his life to a reporter.



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    Humberto Rendón
    Written on April 11, 2018
    "I am a big fan of Anne Rice, and I have to say Interview with the Vampire (Vampire Chronicles) is her masterpiece. It combines terror, suspense and erotica in such away to make it a masterpiece."
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    #2The Vampire Lestat (The Vampire Chronicles)

    The Vampire Lestat (The Vampire Chronicles)
    The man who once was an aristocrat in the pre-revolutionary France, has finally risen from his long sleep. Living the current days as a rock star, he will try to find answers to all his questions, including those about his own existence.





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    Crystal Hughes
    Written on March 22, 2018
    "Anne Rice is an icon for a reason and I will always love 'The Vampire Lestat.' Sexy and intoxicating, both the book and the character will stay with you after reading. Even though these books are ostensibly about vampires, they are truly about what is means to be human, to experience life, and to grow and change. I loved flitting through different historical settings as Rice veers from the sensual to the terrifying. An absolute favorite of mine!"
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    #3The Vampire Armand (The Vampire Chronicles)

    The Vampire Armand (The Vampire Chronicles)
    The Vampire Armand by Anne Rice is the sixth book in The Vampire Chronicles series. This story focuses on Armand losing his religion and how he becomes "the vagabond angel child of Satan".
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    Jose Rice
    Written on March 16, 2018
    "I never heard of this but sounds interesting."
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    #4The Tale of the Body Thief (Vampire Chronicles)

    The Tale of the Body Thief (Vampire Chronicles)
    The Tale of the Body Thief by Anne Rice is the fourth book in The Vampire Chronicles series. This novel focuses on Lestat, a vampire hero, who tries to get away from his loneliness but later realizes that he puts his life in danger.
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    Jack Long
    Written on March 11, 2018
    "Fantastic content in this book if the subject is good for you. She really knows how to write a good vampire book."
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    #5Taltos (Lives of the Mayfair Witches)

    Taltos (Lives of the Mayfair Witches)

    Taltos is written by Anne Rice and is the third novel in the Lives of the Mayfair Witches series. This novel continues the epic of the Mayfair witches in the past centuries.

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    Roy Griffin
    Written on March 12, 2018
    "Taltos (Lives of the Mayfair Witches) by Anne Rice is a decent book. I felt the storyline was somewhat confusing, which may be because I haven't read the other two books in the series. I also felt the ending is a bit underwhelming and seemed to lack closure."
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    #6The Feast of All Saints

    The Feast of All Saints

    The Feast of All Saints by Anne Rice is a historical novel about the four people who are called the Free People of Color and how they live their lives between the master and slave world where privilege and oppression, passion and pain are common.

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    Gerald Perry
    Written on March 3, 2018
    "The Feast of All Saints is a great book and I recommend it to people interested in 19th century race issues. It also has a movie made about it and I loved that too."
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    #7Cry to Heaven

    Cry to Heaven
    Cry to Heaven is a fantasy historical fiction book written by Anne Rice. This horror fiction novel is first published in 1982. 
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    Howard Garcia
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "Cry to Heaven is a horror fantasy historical fiction novel. Overall this is a really solid read and one of Anne Rice's best in my opinion."
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    #8Vittorio the Vampire (New Tales of the Vampires)

    Vittorio the Vampire (New Tales of the Vampires)

    Vittorio the Vampire by Anne Rice is the second novel in the New Tales of the Vampires series. This novel is about the life of a vampire named Vittorio in the Italian Age of Gold. 

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    Harry Long
    Written on March 1, 2018
    "Vittorio the Vampire is the second book in her New Tales of the Vampires series. It is pretty good, but not as good as the original series."
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    #9Blood Canticle (Vampire Chronicles)

    Blood Canticle (Vampire Chronicles)

    Blood Canticle by Anne Rice is the tenth book in the Vampire Chronicles series. This story focuses on Lestat as he fights against Patsy's ghost, uncovers Taltos's mystery and makes a decision about Rowan Mayfair's fate.

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    Helen Smith
    Written on March 11, 2018
    "If you know Anne Rice, you know Vampires. People often ask me, "What is the best Anne Rice novel?". To which, my answer is always the same, Blood Canticle! If you love vampires and mystery, you wont be able to put it down."
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    #10Servant of the Bones

    Servant of the Bones

    Servant of the Bones by Anne Rice is a historical horror novel about the life and identity of an immortal genie named Azriel. Since he is a genie, he must obey the Master. Things become different when he witnessed a young woman's murder.

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    Paul Scott
    Written on March 2, 2018
    "This isn't horrible, but i was looking for the Anne Rice classics. Things that just scream Uncle ben's Rice. I want the best of the best and this isn't it. I think i will continue my search for classic Rice."
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    #11The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty

    The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty
    The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty by Anne Rice is the first book in the Sleeping Beauty Trilogy. This erotic novel is the retelling of Beauty's story in relation to sexual desire. In this novel, Beauty gets awaken by the Prince's sexual initiation.
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    Carol Murphy
    Written on March 7, 2018
    "Pinkalicious (the title character) is a sprightly little girl who lives a very pink existence. With a room covered floor to ceiling in roseate shades and patterns (even the outside of her house is pink!), Pinkalicious delights one evening in her mother's decision to make some cupcakes. Baked, frosted and topped with a brilliant crimson maraschino cherry, they are a bright and cheery confection that makes the mouth water. In her greed to eat as many cupcakes as she can, Pinkalicious comes to find the next morning that it is possible to have too much of a good thing. Peering in the mirror, she sees that her skin has become as pink as the icing on her cupcakes. At first, she delights in the change but when her rosy complexion starts to cause some major problems, she is given a strict order by her pediatrician to fill her diet with green food and completely refrain from eating anything pink. Of course, Pinkalicious is not fond of green foods (big surprise, eh?) and surrenders to temptation, eating more pink cupcakes and turning her skin lobster-red. In a panic, she finally follows the doctor's prescription for green food and is restored to her former glory. Co-authored by siblings Victoria and Elizabeth Kann (with illustrations provided by the former), "Pinkalicious" is filled with brilliant shades of - you guessed it - PINK. Any girly-girl who loves frill, fuss and that delicate hue will delight in this book's ultra-feminine palette, Kann's illustrations spanning the wide spectrum with loads of fuschia, coral, salmon, magenta, mauve, scarlet, blush and powder pinks. Kann's style is basic and slightly pixie-ish, her illustrations giving off an elementary feel which little girls can relate to while offering them a feast for the eyes as far as color concentration. Bottom line: "Pinkalicious" is a whimsical story to read to your "wee Pinkarella" (the Kanns's puckish terminology) if you want to encourage them to eat nutritiously or just for fun. If you're interested in more of what the Kann sisters have to offer, check out their aptly titled follow-up "Purplicious". "
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