Interview with the Vampire
or an another book for Pleasure Reading.
Do you believe in vampires? Whether your answer is yes or no, you surely heard about these creatures of the night. They were very popular for some time, and this book is one of the reasons, why.
Interview with the Vampire is a gothic horror and vampire novel written by American author Anne Rice and published in 1976.
Anne Rice is famous for her novels about vampires and other supernatural creatures. “Interview with the Vampire” was her debut novel and the first of Rice’s best-selling Vampire Chronicle, which have had both great mainstream and cult followings.
Anne Rice refreshed the archetypal vampire myth for a late-20th-century audience.
Our protagonist and narrator, Louis de Pointe du Lac, is a vampire who has met with a young human to give him an interview and tell him about his life before and after becoming an undead. He talks about his life in New Orleans, about Lestat, the vampire who turned him into a vampire and how they lived together for a while with the vampire girl Claudia, about how he travels to Europe in search of answers and how his life changes tragically in Paris.
But what is the end of the story? Does it HAVE the end?
Let’s read and find out!