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La voz del diablo I (Las brujas de Mayfair #2)

I could go on. In fact, I will.

Rice did not concentrate on the Mayfair family enough. He is a vampiric-type with Byronic problems stuck in a novel in which he is out of place.

La voz del diablo I (Las brujas de Mayfair #2) by Anne Rice

I think she wished she brujs be writing about vampires when she conceived of him. The plight of the Taltos was not worthy of my pity. Severe brain fart here: King Arthur is supposedly a Taltos according to Rice because when his skeleton was recovered, it was found to be over 7 feet tall.

But the reason why there are no physical re of Taltos is because their bodies disintegrate completely when they die.

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Does anyone else see the little problem with this? Michael should not be lusting after Mary Jane.

He dated mature women. And having him salivate all over Mary Jane in Rowan’s presence is just plain digusting. If Little Chris, Rowan and Michael’s child, had really been a Taltos like Rice said he was, he would have been ready to be born about three months after he’d been conceived.

Morrigan, Mona’s demonspawn, gestated so rapidly that she was trying to push her way out of Mona’s body before she and Mary Jane had gotten out of New Orleans. Explain that if you will, Anne! What I did like about the story: Mary Jane putting Mona the Immoral in her place. I liked Mary Jane simply because she had more of a sense of propriety than Mona, who is in need of a spanking.


And the disposal of those members of the Talamasca who’d hurt Aaron Lightner made me give a big cheer. If only I could have suspended my disbelief enough to be engaged by this book. Ignore this book unless you’re ready to throw away every detail you might remember from TWH.

Though it is the 3rd in the series, I had not read any of the witch books by Anne Rice before reading “Taltos.

But I was instantly drawn in and swept away, due mostly to Mr. Ash, a great character that recalls some of Anne Rice’s other tragic protagonists like Louis from the vampire series or Azriel from “Servant of the Bones.

This book isn’t REALLY about the Mayrair family but instead uses them as a backdrop to tell a fascinating tale of an ancient race – the Taltos – who have lived, disguised, among humans since time began! I enjoyed the pacing of this book, its humor, its mystery, but most of all the beauty of the Taltos, who were completely fascinating and essentially a departure from Anne’s vampires and ghosts. She has created, in “Taltos,” something new and different. I gave the book 4 stars instead of 5 because its ending seemed a bit rushed and wasn’t quite the payoff I had hoped for I can see why others might not have felt this an appropriate conclusion to the witch tales, since it wasn’t so much about them.

Still, it stands on its own as a thoroughly enjoyable book, I recommend it! Descargad could still sustain my interest when I was at the beginning of the book. However, as I moved on, the story got so boring and slow that I was merely pushing myself to turn the pages so as to get my money well consumed.


In the chapter where Anne Rice’s described Mr Ash’s life back in the ancient times, I could not force myself into this ordeal anymore. It was so uninteresting and difficult to read that I skipped almost the whole chapter. Honestly, most of the time I just found myself eyeing word to word, line to line, without any real meaning registering to my head. Although I finally finshed the book, it left such a bad memory that I would never dare to buy another Anne Rice’s book.

I wish the story and her style could be crispier and more up-beat. Maybe the problem is me, especially English is not my mother language, and I am not the patient type.

I really like Anne Rice, don’t misunderstand me, but it’s true Anne Rice could go on for pages describing a color or a curtain That part of it get’s really boring!! The story was good, Ashlar was cool, Mona needed some spanking, Mary Jane has mxyfair good head on her shoulders, Michael is Desdargar think Mike is “weak” at heart, and as a man. The book is worth buying, and worth reading. The Witching Hour was her best one, though.

One last thing, Anne Rice needs to cut down on the descriptions! It’s like, “The circle was green, green with a tint of yellow, mixed with red, and the circle was as big as a lifesaver, the lines descadgar But you know what I mean.

Anyways, it’s worth reading, if you can SCAN through her million page descriptions