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Scenes that could have b Bullet Review: Lestat then quickly learns that being human isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. After the Louis and Marius both refuse to help Lestat turns to David to reclaim his body. I lived the path the ladgon took and although I was disappointed with the ending just not what I expected I’m excited for the next book. I was reading a hideously boring Candadian novel, and the young lady in line next to me was reading The Tale of the Body Thief.

I loved that I met my dear dear Louie, the vampire, once again. Lestat returns, in this the fourth novel in the Vampire Chronicles.

It’s nice to see our naughty devil a bit flustered for once. It is, very much so. He also falls in love with a nun.

It is well written and packed of life reflections. He comes across a mysterious spirit — a body thief — that allows him to trade places with a human man.

The Tale of the Body Thief

Jun 26, Gary Galehouse rated it it was ok. What a neat twist and vamppiricas into the character of this impulsive Lestat! Want to Read Currently Reading Read. After his failed suicide attempt, Lestat returns to David home and heals.


Rice personified it to the extent you feel she really does know what it’s like to look from the outside at our species, and it’s uncanny how she transforms Lestat’s outlook in the process. Can he truly be tusted? To be ever so confused as to what the best approach to this transcendance would be.

El ladrón de cuerpos (Crónicas Vampíricas 4)

That half would have been the most brilliant, poignant story probably in the entire series! This one was a nice surprise–I found myself ladton lost in the book in the best way and quite charmed at the new sides of Lestat shown throughout the book. Although Lestat is still the Main Character, his path will start to veer towards a more mystical, dreamy, almost religious world.

Seriously I loved this book. Louis makes an appearance as well as Claudia. Yes, this book made me want to live in Lestat’s shoes for a day.

And, to be honest, I think I’m more invested in the others than I am in him. I won’t even do lists this time because I had the same likes and dislikes. I should have switched bodies with the dog, I thought. That’s your answer do with it as you will.

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I did love the book and the Rice writing is amazing, but it took a while for me to really ccronicas into the story. Now I understand it but it still upsets me. View all 5 comments. It is a man hunt.

The Tale of the Body Thief by Anne Rice

The “action” part it’s a vampire book after all did seem to take a bit of low profile role on this one, giving us entire chapters of Lestat in his human form talking to some other human, most notably Gretchen or David, trying to figure it just what it all means. Finally, the way Lestat repays David Talbot for his help in reclaiming his own body is nearly perfect, ruined only by David’s forgiveness. It continually references parts of Goethe’s Faust to keep on elaborating on to the questioning of the impossiblity that there is a god and a devil that actually exist as protrayed to us by religions such as the catholic.


So why would anyone read this and think it’s awesome? Lestat becomes convinced that it’s the one thing he really wants. Oct 28, Miranda rated it it was amazing Shelves: And in his overwhelming need to destroy his doubts and h In a gripping feat of storytelling, Anne Rice continues the extraordinary Vampire Chronicles that began with the now-classic Interview with the Vampire.

This book made me realize how incredibly awful it really is to be human.

Open Preview See a Problem? The idea of an immortal being once again becoming mortal and the manner in which it was done was just so fucking cool. I fell in love with the book. The premise is pretty simple: Lestat meets a psychic who can steal bodies and decides to switch place with the guy for a year because he’s staggeringly bored with unlife. At least I haven’t read a book about a vampire turning human again yet.

Jan 09, Bobby Luke rated it liked it.