Prism of the Night—
A priceless gem of a book! A definite ‘must’
for fans of Anne Rice’s spellbinding prose.Katherine Ramsland does an excellent job in
capturing the tale of our very own Queen of the Damned, Anne Rice. Rich in
quotes straight from the mouth of Rice herself, and both friends and relatives,
this book is absolutely inspiring for those who aspire a career in writing. I
speak of this, from personal experience.
Such priceless advice lays hidden within the
confines of this book, you can’t afford to miss it. An excellent biography, a
great insight to the psyche of this revolutionary author. If you’re seeking to
understand Rice’s work in depth, this is a book you really can’t afford to
neglect. In the book, you’ll find an in-depth analysis of each of Rice’s works,
as well as an analysis on the writing itself, and her evolution as a writer.
Though unfortunately out of date now, since it
stops, I believe, at Memnoch the Devil, it still provides absolutely essential
information for those who seek a better understanding of Anne’s prose, and the
blatant parallels to the author’s own life’s experiences.
“At once disturbing and fascinating, this
dramatic, informative account brings to life Anne Rice, the author and the
woman. It is essential reading for students, fans and anyone who wishes to
better understand the stories of this masterful necromancer of words”
This book contains:
14 Chapters; 380 pages
A List of Novels by Anne