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Queen of the Damned

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After 6,000 years of horrifying stillness, Akash, mother of all vampires and Queen of the Damned, has risen from her sleep to let loose the powers of ... Show synopsis

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  • 3 and a half stars, if I could Oct 19, 2011
    by Vaughny

    Boy, she really goes on and on in this one. Some parts felt a little like torture. Still, when it worked, it really worked.

  • More like Queen of the mosh pit Oct 31, 2008
    by HesterPrine08

    This book officially killed my interest in Anne Rice's vampire chronicles. Lestat as a rock star? Ha! Too far fetched even for me. Lestat who goes underground for many years is awakened by the local garage band because he digs their music? Um... sure. When he wants to jam with them he discovers they have been reading Louis' tell all about their years together. Okay? Then Lestat is all like "Hey this book is about me, I'm Lestat." And the kids in the band are all like "Oh that is soooo killer dude, be our singer and write the lyrics for all our songs!" Ha ha ha. Meanwhile the Queen of all vampires is getting pretty angry because Lestat is revealing all about them through his lyrics. And fellow vampires the world over are going up into big balls of flames. Alrighty? Now its up to Lestat and some chick with powers of the supernatural kind to stop the Queen. This is some silly stuff, was it meant to be taken seriously? Or was this social comment on people becoming to wrapped up in their own fame?

  • A vampires' history Aug 29, 2007
    by TurningPages

    This book was so compelling that I lost sleep . I just couldn't put it down. You'll find yourself immersed into a supernatural world where Vampires become the good guys to conquer evil and save human kind. The movie barely did justice to Rices' imagination and to the story of the birth of vampires. You feel yourself being transported to a world of glamour laced with bloodlust and bleeding hearts.This is a book that should become a part of your collection to read over and over again.Enjoy your trip into Anne Rice's mind.

  • Outstanding!!!! May 9, 2007
    by Cherish

    If you liked the movie you have to read this book because of the history is revealed of where and how the vampires came to exist. When you read this you will jump into the world of Anne Rice. The twins are explained in this book, where as in the movie they didn?t even exist it was just Maharet. The quest for Lestat to be the brat prince is realized when he becomes a famous rock star and has a huge concert in the desert. You must read this it was a very entertaining book.

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