Memnoch der Teufel (The Vampire Chronicles, #5)



Der F Nfte Band In Rices Reihe Chronik Der Vampire Ist Eines Ihrer Kontroversesten B Cher Die Geschichte Beginnt In New York, Wo Lestat, Der Coolste Von Rices Vampiren, Einem Gewichtigen Kokaindealer Und Schmuggler Religi Ser Kunstgegenst Nde Auf Den Fersen Ist, Um Diesem Mal Eben An Die Gurgel Zu Springen Gleichzeitig Wird Lestat Immer Mehr In Den Bann Der Wundersch Nen Tochter Des Dealers, Einer Aufrichtigen TV Evangelistin, Gezogen Lestat Wird Jedoch Auch Selbst Gejagt, Und Zwar Von Irgend So Einem D Steren Typen, Der Sich Schlie Lich Als Der Teufel Memnoch Entpuppt, Der Lestat Wegzaubert Von Da An K Nnte Das Buch Ebenso Gut Den Titel Interview Eines Vampirs Mit Dem Teufel Tragen Eine Packende Geschichte, Die Von Einer Langen Diskussion Mit Dem Teufel Unterbrochen Wird Memnoch Ist Jedoch Nicht Der Teufel, Wie Man Ihn Sich F R Gew Hnlich Vorstellt Weil Er Gegen Die Herzlose Gleichg Ltigkeit Gottes Gegen Ber Dem Elend Der Menschheit Protestierte, Feuerte Dieser Ihn Memnoch Nimmt Lestat Mit Auf Eine Reise In Den Himmel, Die H Lle Und Durch Die Geschichte Zwar Packt So Manchen Leser Das Blanke Entsetzen, Als Lestat Seine Vampirz Hne In Die Kehle Von Jesus Am Kreuz Bohrt, Doch Will Die Szene Nicht Einfach Nur Schockieren Indem Jesus Lestat Sein Blut Zu Trinken Gibt, Will Er Ihn F R Sich Gewinnen, Und Mit Der Schlacht Um Lestats Seele Meint Es Rice Todernst In Der Szene Beschreibt Rice Eine Ihrer Kindheitserinnerungen, Als Sie Als Junge Fromme Katholikin Einmal Ihre Vorstellung Von Den Leiden Jesu Christi Genauer Beschreiben Sollte Und Ihre Phantasie Eben Ein Wenig Mit Ihr Durchging Falls Sie Ein Fan Von Ereignisreichen Abenteuerromanen Sind, Werden Sie Wahrscheinlich Eher Das Erste Drittel Genie En Falls Sie Eher Auf Professionelle Streitgespr Che Mit Gott Stehen, Werden Sie Hingegen Die Kapitel Mit Memnoch VorziehenTim AppeloMemnoch der Teufel (The Vampire Chronicles, #5)

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  • Paperback
  • 477 pages
  • Memnoch der Teufel (The Vampire Chronicles, #5)
  • Anne Rice
  • 26 June 2018
  • 344244196X

10 thoughts on “Memnoch der Teufel (The Vampire Chronicles, #5)

  1. says:

    Memnoch the Devil was nothing like what I was expecting as the next installment of The Vampire Chronicles Absolutely drenched in theological argument, Memonch the Devil is not for anyone who dislikes religion in their fiction.Only two things happened in this entire book Lestat stalked a victim for the first third of the book He then spent the last two thirds of the book talking to the devil and occasionally God It was written as what appeared to be an extremely long winded interview think Memnoch the Devil was nothing like what I was expecting as the next installment of The Vampire Chronicles Absolutely drenched in theological argument, Memonch t...

  2. says:

    This is one of Anne Rice s best works in my opinion It is part of the vampire series, but you should be able to understand enjoy the book without reading the others.The vampire, Lestat, is taken to heaven, hell, and back in time to creation and during the Christ era by Memnoch, the devil The story told is one very different than the Bible, but it s good I love Anne Rice s books because she tells the story in a way that it could be true Anyways,...

  3. says:

    At the time that I read this book I was an agnostic, pagan, ex catholic, confused about religion person Anne Rice s technique and passion is so persuasive that I was a true believer after reading this book And this was before she converted back to Catholicism She is just so powerful, her narrative technique is, I want to say, loving towards her reader I think her love for the characters she s created makes that happen Anyway, this one is a must for followers of the chronicles and fans of Le At the time that I read this book I was an agnostic, pagan, ex catholic, confused about religion person Anne Rice s technique and passion is so persuasive that I was a true believer after reading this book And this was before she converted back to Catholicism She is just so powerful, her narrative technique is, ...

  4. says:

    Memnoch the Devil takes Lestat on an extremely long tour of the past, creation, angels, evolution, the passion of Christ andbecause he has a job proposition for the Brat PrinceMemnoch the Devil, also known as the Bible according to Anne Rice or Anne Rice s theological musings Perhaps even Memnoch lectures you endlessly while Lestat practices his melodrama.What it isn t, is much of a story or a plot For a story or a plot to happen, well, things have to happen Things do not happen Memnoch the Devil ta...

  5. says:

    This was the last Anne Rice book that I ever personally plan to read, because after reading this I went into a three month fit of depression.The events in this book were just so powerful and terrible in some cases that my mind couldn t take it While I m not going to say that I wouldn t recommend the book to people, I would at least put up the warning that a person may want to be weary about it if they aren t of any particular religion Also, by the end of the book, Lestat had changed in many wa This was the last Anne Rice book that I ever personally plan to read, because after reading this I went into a three month fit of depression.The events in this book were just so powerful and terrible in some cases that my mind couldn t take it While I m not going to say that I wouldn t recommend the book to people, I would at least put up the warning that a person may want to be weary about it if...

  6. says:

    MEMNOCH THE DEVIL is a brilliant reinvention of good and evil I still think about this book 16 years after I read it One of my all time favorites Rice was at the top of her game here.

  7. says:

    5.0 stars Except for The Queen of the Damned, this may be my favorite installment of the Vampire Chronicles I loved the descriptions of both heaven and hell and the arguments between Lestat and Memnoch regarding the nature of good and evil Highly Recommended

  8. says:

    In Memnoch the Devil, Anne Rice has allowed herself to indulge in an orgy of purple prose We hear so much about the lush greenery of the early Earth that we begin to forget what the story is about And because of this, not much actually happens in the story If this book were made into a film, in fact, it would probably be nothan 20 minutes long.Aside from that, this isn t much of a vampire chronicle The purpose of this book seems not to be to tell a tale of the vampires, but only to f In Memnoch the Devil, Anne Rice has allowed herself to indulge in an orgy of purple prose We hear so much about the lush greenery of the early Earth that we begin to forget what the story is about And because of this, not much actually happens in the story If this book were made into a film, in fact, it would probably be nothan 20 minutes long.Aside from that, this is...

  9. says:

    This is the 5th book in the Vampire Chronicles series, picking up after the events of the Tale of the Body Thief Lestat once again feels that he s being followed, except this time, it is not by a human being, but by the Devil himself The Devil, who prefers to go by the name of Memnoch and not Satan or Lucifer , approaches Lestat because he wants him to be his assistant Memnoch takes Lestat through the story of Creation, takes him into Heaven and Hell, and explains his disagreements with God This is the 5th book in the Vampire Chronicles series, picking up after the events of the Tale of the Body Thief Lestat once again feels that he s being followed, except this time, it is not by a human being, but by the Devil himself The Devil, who prefers to go by the name of Memnoch and not Satan or Lucifer , approaches Lestat because he wants him to be his assistant Memnoch takes Lestat through the story of Creation, takes him into Heaven and Hell, and explains his disagreements with God I found this book to be utterly fascinating, and I think it s...

  10. says:

    It would be a bit pointless to be reading Rice s books without having a notion of her journey through being catholic agnostic catholic bitching about catholic church Since last book of the series, The Tale of the Body Thief, Rice seems to be trying to write down and refine her thoughts on the way she perceives the catholics religion, God, the Devil, and the moral obligations underlined by them In the previous book this is somehow a secondary topic barely touching the idea of the It would be a bit pointless to be reading Rice s books without having a notion of her journey through being catholic agnostic catholic bitching about catholic church Since last book of the series, The Tale of the Body Thief, Rice seems to be trying to write down and refine her thoughts on the way she perceives the catholics religion, God, the Devil, and the moral obligations underlined by them In the previous book this is somehow a secondary topic barely touching the idea of the imperfect God and the learning Devil , the tale beingfocused on Lestat s chance at redemption, at being human again and at finding out and really understanding what exactly it means to be human.However, on Memnoch, Rice goes full crazy bitch on our asses She gets...

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