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Anne Rice

Anne Rice created The Vampire Chronicles, and later went on to write about the Mayfair Witches. Her novels are set in this world and mix horror with supernatural fantasy.

Book Reviews

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The Wolf Gift
4 star rating
A young reporter wonders whether he has been handed a gift or a curse in this modern-day werewolf story.
Released in 2012.

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Servant of the Bones
3 star rating
A spirit from the time of ancient Babylon recounts his life story and his attempt to redeem himself by solving the mystery of a recent murder.
Released in 1996.

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Interview With The Vampire
5 star rating
In the first episode of The Vampire Chronicles a reluctant vampire recounts his life story to date.
Released in 1976.

Anne Rice's major characters


First appearing in The Vampire Chronicles, Lestat is like a demon playboy, a vampire without any normal morals or sense of moderation.


Another character from The Vampire Chronicles, Louis is a thoughtful and reserved vampire who is ill at ease with his thirst for blood.

Similar Works

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Interview With The Vampire: Claudia    
Interview With The Vampire: Claudia's Story by Anne Rice and Ashley Marie Witter
This graphic novel tells the story of a child vampire destined never to grow to adulthood.

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Carpathia by Matt Forbeck
Passengers on the Titanic have more than shipwreck to deal with when come to prey on them.

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A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
Diana Bishop is determined to keep magic out of her life when she discovers an old, enchanted book full of secrets and hidden text.

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Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris
Sookie Stackhouse can read minds. But can she uncover the identity of a murderer before she becomes the next victim?