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Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt by Anne Rice | Book Review

Seven-year-old Jesus and his family depart Alexandria and head to Jerusalem and home. As the young messiah realizes the power he holds, he tries to find the answers to his questions. What is the secret behind his birth? Why does he have these abilities when others do not? In the meantime, his family tries to survive the turbulent society.

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Book Traveling Thursdays: Book That Originally Had a Yellow Cover

“If a June night could talk, it would probably boast it invented romance.” Bernard Williams This week’s Book Traveling Thursdays asks for a book that originally had a yellow cover, so I chose Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice. Book Traveling Thursdays is a weekly meme, hosted by Danielle @ Danielle’s Book Blog and Catia @ The Girl… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: Book That Originally Had a Yellow Cover


Vampire Chronicles vs True Blood

“Well bred vampires never spill a drop of blood. They don’t let blood drip out of their mouths or run down their chins or get on their clothes. Never.  That is why they are so upset when they cry blood tears.  The majority of vampires are very neat and merciful feeders who gently embrace their victims and guide them into a swoon as they drink the blood.  You would not believe the laughter in this house when vampires come to watch True Blood on HBO.  They think it’s hilarious.” ~ Anne Rice