This is when the vampire chronicles gain momentum and flesh out the stories of the past as well as connecting them to modern day.
My favourite character in the book is Marius as he remains as enigmatic as the queen mother herself if not more. His philosophy is very close to mine as well.
The book really keeps you on the edge of your seat and there's more action in it than in the Interview. I have been re-reading the chronicles and they are still as exciting and gripping as a decade ago when I read the books as a teen.
I thought this was great. I'm not gonna go on with purely opinionated comments, but I thought it was really good. The narration was one of the best I've ever heard. I'm excited to listen to the rest of the series.
It's been ages since I read Interview with a Vampire but it all came rushing back to me in this tale from Lestat's POV. How utterly delightful to see the bright-eyed wonder of Lestat as he was made! The performance in compelling as well.