Diavolul Memnoch (5) – Ebook written by Anne Rice. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline. Bibliographic information. QR code for Diavolul Memnoch (5). Title, Diavolul Memnoch (5). Author, Anne Rice. Publisher, Gaby. Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote. Diavolul Memnoch îl are ca personaj principal tot pe vampirul Lestat, care de data asta este ‘curtat’ de Diavol însuși, care l-ar dori ca aghiotant. In mare, este o .

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While the writing was as good as I expected it to be, Lestat was reduced to a minor character, having little more than an occasional line of dialogue for the majority of the book. While her stories do seem to progress at a glacial mdmnoch at times, she does still manage to keep the reader hooked.

Chego, assim, quase a meio desta saga. Memnoch finally loses trust in God and demands that He should take human form to understand passion and, in fury, God banishes Memnoch from Heaven.

Some dissipate into nothing, some do not realize or do not accept they are dead. Lestat is a relatively “good” vampire, only feeding on those he deems evil after reading their minds.

Retrieved from ” https: Horia Nicola Ursu Goodreads Author. Mass Market Paperbackpages. Not bad, though it did make me watch that strange Tom Cruise movie. Radu Pavel Gheo Goodreads Author.


God knew he would survive death and could not truly know what it was to be a human. I say this having read ‘Queen memnocg the Damned,’ which also had a lot of flashback but was handled much better. Views Read Edit View history. I really want to read the Armand one.

Diavolul Memnoch (5) – Anne Rice – Google Books

He has also lost an eye in Hell. I have to say, out of all the Rice books that Diavolil read, this one disappointed me the most. The narrator has to this point remained the same and has done an immaculate job bringing all of these characters to life.

Lestat faces a choice between the Devil or God. Read or not to read. So, to say that if the writing were actually good then I would’ve loved this novel even without Lestat’s charm, is actually saying quite a lot of how brilliant Anne’s interpretation of the devil is to me.

Florin Spataru Goodreads Author Contributor. The Vampire Chronicles 5. I’m still looking forward to the next book in the series and hope that it will focus more on those aspects that I love about the series. Unfortunately, the pacing took jemnoch turn for the worse when they started to go through basically thousands of years of religious development.

To be honest, I’m torn about Memnoch – something between ‘He’s a bore’ and his character holds a lot of potentials. Among other things, he believes that he has seen Christ ‘s crucifixion and that he has received Saint Veronica’s Veil.

He could have fight the devil or smile pretty for him instead of begging him constantly and weep. When Diavoll mother tried to take full custody over her, Roger killed her. J’ai lu ce livre deux fois, dans ma vie. At the end of the novel, Lestat and David go to New Orleans. Nicola Griffith Goodreads Author. It was the one thing that took me out of the book.


I didn’t like Armand though. Her penmanship slipped dramatically from the third Queen of the Damned of the installment to the fourth Tale of the Body Thief, which, while not masterfully crafted, was a very fun readand this fifth and supposedly final installment definitely continues the downward trend.

Here we are on book number 5 for the Vampire Chronicles. Trivia About Memnoch the Devil God accepts these souls into Heaven, permanently changing it forever. And actually, I did find it a fascinating, this version of the classi This was a hard book to get through for the diavklul half.

I suspect she intends for us as readers to come away feeling this way, she wants us to think; her stories can be quite cerebral and chock full of symbolism, sadly at times that can make them davolul bit laborious to read but still that golden carrot is dangled in front of us and we continue reading and we wonder…did I like it? The hook that kept me slogging through the dull part me,noch ‘What is Lestat going to do?