Coco Liu Liu itibaren Ayyalur, Andhra Pradesh 518502, Hindistan
Beklediğimden çok daha iyi. Daha önce hiç Dean Koontz okumak ve hoş bir sürpriz oldu. Kahramanı büyüleyici ve kitap bir bükülme vardı (ki bu kitap boyunca gerçekten öngörüldü).
Çok fazla ilgisiz karakter ve ilişkisiz hikaye çizgisi olduğunu düşündüm ve zaman zaman sadece truding yaptığımı buldum. aynı anda beş farklı kitap okumak gibiydi. Genel olarak, hikaye olsa sevdim.
** spoiler uyarısı ** İlk 40 sayfa mide çeviriyordu. Bu kitabı ilk kez okumaya çalıştığımda (1997ish) Uli başını ezdikten sonra durdum, dehşete kapıldım. Bu sefer okumaya devam ettim. Şok edici başlangıcın yanı sıra, bu bir kitabın o kadar da büyük değildi. Sevmediğim şeylerin çoğu, Almanca'dan bir çeviri olmasıyla ilgili olabilir, ancak bundan daha fazlası. Sanki yazar, insanların birbirlerine yapabileceği her iğrenç şeyi yazarak yorgun düştü ve sonra "meh, sanırım onun iyileşmesini ve sonsuza dek mutlu olacağını anladım". Kıyamet sonrası bir hikaye bile değil. 1997'de (13 yaşında) okumayı bıraktıktan sonra gelecek olan dehşet hayallerim daha iyi bir hikaye olurdu; bu gerçekten acınası.
I remember my mother telling me she liked the interview with the vampire movie a lot, and i think i saw it but it was a long time ago, so i don't really remember having seen it, only my mother telling me she liked it. Later when i was wandering through the Goodreads pages i saw this book, and i was fairly excited with it and the whole series, more for all the good opinions about it, that i thought it was a book i should totally read, and thought i would love it. It was a nice book, i liked very much the philosophical aspects that it touches of what's good and what's evil, and how you may consider something happening to you as being damned while others might consider it a blessing. Another aspect that i found magnificent of this book was the way Rice describes everything, the feelings the vampire Louis had, his thoughts, everything was just beautiful. But also, as it was beautiful, it made a very slow read for me, and I'm a really slow reader. Anyway it was enjoyable. This story as its name says it's an interview a boy makes to a vampire, Louis, and he tells him everything he's lived since he became a vampire, his life with Lestat, everything that he lived that was important for him. For some reason, this vampire wanted the world to know, so he decided to give an interview to let everyone get an idea. What i didn't like much was that sometimes the story became so slow, and nothing really interesting seemed to be happening, and when there was something really amazing going on didn't last long. The personality of Lestat, i wanted to like him more, he's such a character, I'm not sure i like him or not. Guess I'll have to read the second book in this series The Vampire Lestat and see how it goes. Rating 3.65
Next to "The Pragmatic Programmer" this book is one of the most important books in my collection. Read it if you want to be inspired and need to see a path of serious personal development. Chad Fowler has nailed it.