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by Anne Rice
Author: Anne Rice
Publisher: B E Trice Pub; Limited edition (March 1, 1999)
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Memnoch the Devil, . Part of The Vampire Chronicles series by Anne Rice. Actually, Mojo created a sense of safety in me. If the Devil came and I had Mojo. But that was the most absurd idea!
Memnoch the Devil, .
Memnoch the Devil, . We don't either of us know what it means to die, no matter what we might say to the contrary. It's a cinch that if we did, I wouldn't be writing and you wouldn't be reading this book. What does matter very much, as we go into this story together, is that I have set for myself the task of being a herb in this world. I maintain myself as morally complex, spiritually tough, and aesthetically relevant a being of blazing insight and impact, a guy with things to say to you. 3. Memnoch, my accuser,' said God, and the words were spoken with the characteristic gentleness and a great effulgence of light. Before you come into Heaven, and you begin your diatribe, go back down to the Earth and study all you have seen thoroughly and with respect¡ªby this I mean humankind¡ªso that when you come to me, you have given yourself every chance to understand and to behold all I have done. I tell you now that Humankind is part of Nature, and subject to the Laws of Nature which you have seen unfold all along. part of The Vampire Chronicles Series.
Memnoch the Devil (1995) is a horror novel by American writer Anne Rice, the fifth in her Vampire Chronicles series, following The Tale of the Body Thief. Many of the themes of this novel and in large part the title are re-borrowed from the 19th-century gothic novel Melmoth the Wanderer by Irish author Charles Maturin. In this story, Lestat is approached by the Devil and offered a job at his side.
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Memnoch the Devil book. This I suppose was Anne Rice's idea behind Memnoch the Devil. I haven't read even one of the Vampire Chronicles and the only other Anne Rice book I read to date was a load of crap named 'Violin'. Memnoch surprised me with its vast scope but starting off with an intriguing plot thread, it soon degenerated to a very flat and predictable ending. Consider this, the devil taking along a When a writer pens down a plot based on the evergreen bestselling book, people are bound to sit up and take notice.
Memnoch the Devil The Vampire Chronicles: Book 5 . In this terrifying novel from the phenomenally successful Anne Rice, the illustrious vampire Lestat makes a Faustian pact with Devil. In this terrifying novel from the phenomenally successful Anne Rice, the illustrious vampire Lestat makes a Faustian pact with Devil The Vampire Armand The Vampire Chronicles: Book 6 .
The fifth volume of Rice's Vampire Chronicles is one of her most controversial books.
Genres : Horror, Fantasy. The fifth volume of Rice's Vampire Chronicles is one of her most controversial books. The tale begins in New York, where Lestat, the coolest of Rice's vampire heroes, is stalking a big-time cocaine dealer and religious-art smuggler-this guy should get it in the neck. Lestat is also growing fascinated with the dealer's lovely daughter, a TV evangelist who's not a fraud. Lestat is also being stalked himself, by some shadowy guy who turns out to be Memnoch, the devil, who spirits him away. From here on, the book might have been called Interview with the Devil (by a Vampire).