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The Tale of the Body Thief

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In another feat of hypnotic storytelling, Anne Rice continues the extraordinary Vampire Chronicles that began with the now classic Interview with the Vampire and continued with The Vampire Lestat and The Queen of the Damned.



  • This audiobook is absolutely captivating! Simon Vance truly brings Anne Rice's books to life, and his narration of 'The Tale of the Body Thief' is particularly outstanding. I couldn't wait to dive into the next book after finishing this one!
  • I swear, I must've gone through this back in the day when I was still in high school, but damn, it didn't feel this intense and spine-chilling. The whole thing had my ticker going wild and hit me right in the feels.
  • Once I delved into "The Tale of the Body Thief," I was hooked and reminded of how much I adore this series. Lestat truly emerges as an astonishingly untamed character in this particular installment. The book is a rollercoaster ride of non-stop action from start to finish. Undoubtedly, a must-read for fans of Ann Rice.
  • This has to be the abridged version but it doesn't say it any where if you are a fan you will notice some of the best parts left out. Example; they cut out the part with Marius. Skip it. Read the book it's better.
  • This was my least favorite of the Vampire Chronicles series so far. I did not like that it was an abridged version, but I could not find an unabridged version. I felt like I could really tell when parts were cut out and the story seemed very disjointed at times because of that. The narrator over acted a bit too much; I much prefer the narrator of the previous three books. Especially when he did Louis' voice, it was almost ridiculous. It might just be personal preference, but I hated the way he made Louis sound, which further hindered my enjoyment of the story. At least it was short and easy to get through.