[Download] ➾ Violin ➹ Anne Rice – Anguillais.us

Violin In The Grand Manner Of Interview With The Vampire, Anne Rice S New Novel Moves Across Time And The Continents, From Nineteenth Century Vienna To A St Charles Greek Revival Mansion In Present Day New Orleans To The Dazzling Capitals Of The Modern Day World, Telling A Story Of Two Charismatic Figures Bound To Each Other By A Passionate Commitment To Music As A Means Of Rapture, Seduction, And Liberation.At The Novel S Center A Uniquely Fascinating Woman, Triana Who Once Dreamed Of Becoming A Great Musician And The Demonic Fiddler Stefan, Tormented Ghost Of A Russian Aristocrat, Who Begins To Prey Upon Her, Using His Magic Violin First To Enchant, Then To Dominate And Draw Her Into A State Of Madness Through The Music She Loves But Triana Understands The Power Of The Music Perhaps Even Than Does Stefan And She Sets Out To Resist Stefan And To Fight Not Only For Her Sanity But For Her Life The Struggle Draws Them Both Into A Terrifying Supernatural Realm Where They Find Themselves Surrounded By Memories, By Horrors, And By Overwhelming Truths Battling Desperately, They Are At Last Propelled Towards The Novel S Astonishing And Unforgettable Climax.Violin Is Crowded With The History, The Drama, The Invention, And The Romantic Intensity That Have Become Synonymous With Anne Rice At Her Incomparable Best.

[Download] ➾ Violin  ➹ Anne Rice – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 289 pages
  • Violin
  • Anne Rice
  • English
  • 08 March 2018
  • 0679433023

    10 thoughts on “[Download] ➾ Violin ➹ Anne Rice – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Crap, crap, crap Quite possibly the worst book I ve ever read Take all of Anne Rice s worst traits as a writer her self indulgence, how long winded and overly detailed she can be, her narcissism all of it comes full circle to create this piece of crap book I think it s her fantasy come to life, which is why it s so bloody terrible The one and only good part of this book is when she tells the story of the violinist Rice is at her best recounting history she does her research and truly lov Crap, crap, crap Quite possibly the worst book I ve ever read Take all of Anne Rice s worst traits as a writer her self indulgence, how long winded and overly detailed she can be, her narcissism all of it comes full circle to create this piece of crap book I think it s her fantasy come to life, which is why it s so bloody terrible The one and only good part of this book is when she tells the story of the violinist Rice is at her best recounting history she does her research and truly l...


  2. says:

    Several years ago, I bought it withthan 70 discount I still wish I could get my money back haha.


  3. says:

    Most boring book I ve ever read I d recommend vcr manuals over this.


  4. says:

    Considering the level of all Anne Rice s books that I have already read, this one was a complete let down Perhaps I was expecting something different, as sexy as the books from her vampires series How upset I was when I found that this book actually tells the story of a woman in such a depression level that it get actually annoying Amidst her sorrow, this woman meets the ghost of a violinist.You hopefully suppose that the story is goi...


  5. says:

    I m currently on a mission to read Anne Rice s entire body of work, and I ve been doing so for a couple months I worked through the Vampire books first, then the Mayfair witches, and moved on to her erotic novels the Sleeping Beauty books, Exit to Eden After that came the singletons Cry to Heaven, Servant of the Bones, Ramses the Damned, etc I m sure there s , this is just off the top of my head The last ones I read were the two books written in first person about the life of Jesus Ch I m currently on a mission to read Anne Rice s entire body of work, and I ve been doing so for a couple months I worked through the Vampire books first, then the Mayfair witches, and moved on to her erotic novels the Sleeping Beauty books, Exit to Eden After that came the singletons Cry to Heaven, Servant of the Bones, Ramses the Damned, etc I m sure there s , this is just off the top of my head The last ones I read were the two books written in first person about the...


  6. says:

    My daughters, one perhapsthan the other, urged Anne Rice and her works on me and I resisted But when this book was out, it pulled me the cover art snagged me, the talk about it, whatever it was I bought it and then gave it to the daughter Years afterward, I sought out a copy and read it and found myself drowning in one of those books which sweep the reader under and into the current before they know what s happening and just as suddenly the reader finds themselves coming up for My daughters, one perhapsthan the other, urged Anne Rice and her works on me and I resisted But when this book was out, it pulled me the cover art snagged me, the talk about it, whatever it ...


  7. says:

    Honestly the worst waste of time a book has ever been Hours of my precious life were wasted reading about a fat middle aged woman sobbing and snotting over a ghost and the violin she stole from him Pointless, meaningless, frustrating and boring Goodness only knows how I found the determinat...


  8. says:

    This is quite literally the WORST BOOK I VE EVER READ evoking the great discomfort that is felt when one stumbles upon the private diary of a twisted, manic depreasive old woman who is as conceited as she is insecure.I hated all the emotional ramblings and the unnecessarily detailed and repetitive intrusion into people s lives while they took a sh t and discarded their period blood It was just too much, and pointlessly so I learned nothing and I felt nothing but a distinct hatred for Triana a This is quite literally the WORST BOOK I VE EVER READ evoking the great discomfort that is felt when one stumbles upon the private diary of a twisted, manic depreasive old woman who is as conceited as she is insecure.I hated all the emotional ramblings and the unnecessarily detailed and repetitive intrusion into people s lives while they took a sh t and discarded their period blood It was just too much, and pointlessly so I learned nothing and I felt nothing but a distinct hatred for Triana and a strong wish that Stefan would find the power and the nerve to strike her dead and impale her with the violin s bow thus ending the awful, awful story Anne Rice should have kept this little self indulgence into her personal life to herself It needn t have b...


  9. says:

    As someone who reads as much as I do people are often surprised at how I haven t read many Classics nor big popular authors This is an example of that Anne Rice is well known, If you have read her stuff or not you know her name or have had a conversation about her at some point I have a great friend who is an Anne Rice lover to the core and she kept telling me You have got to read some of her stuff , I really think you would like Anne Rice, Pick up one of her books and so on My To Read As someone who reads as much as I do people are often surprised at how I haven t read many Classics nor big popular authors This is an example of that Anne Rice is well known, If you have read her stuff or not you know her name or have had a conversation about her at some point I have a great friend who is an Anne Rice lover to the core and she kept telling me You have got to read some of her stuff , I really think you would l...


  10. says:

    Desconcertante Me ha encantado en este libro la capacidad de Rice de sacarte sentimientos, sensaciones.No es una historia t pica que tenga principio, trama y final.Al principio puede liar un poco, por la falta de costumbre, y no saber si se est en la realidad o en los sue os o visiones y no siguen un orden cronol gico los acontecimientos, cosa que ya se avisa al principio del texto.En muchas ocasiones turbador Hay veces que he cerrados sus p ginas sintiendo un poco de agobio o ansiedad En Desconcertante Me ha encantado en este libro la capacidad de Rice de sacarte sentimientos, sensaciones.No es una historia t pica que tenga principio, trama y final.Al principio puede liar un po...

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