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Lasher book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. At the centre of Anne Rice's brilliant novel, the beautiful Rowan Mayfair. Anne Rice ( -) is an American writer, born in New Orleans. Most of novels The Witching Hour (), Lasher () and Taltos ()3. Rice, Anne - Lives of the Mayfair Witches Book 1 to 3 coven, who must flee from the darkly brutal, yet irresistable demon known as Lasher.

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It was almost like re-reading the first book and became quite tedious at times. I guess it was important to develop the character of Lasher, but I think it could have been done effectively by just adding another chapter or two to the already long first book.

I haven't read the Queen of the Damned yet, but my feeling was that this book was the filler book until she could come up with a plot for the third book. I liked hearing Lasher's story, Julien's story could have been pared down alot. Way too much repetition from the first book. I'm also a bit disturbed by Anne Rice's apparent obsession with kinky and illegal sex with minors It's an obvious theme in both books so far and would make me wary of leaving my children alone with her.

I don't think it is necessary to write about sexual encounters with children - I don't care if they are witches. It didn't add anything to the story.

I think I would have been more impressed if Lasher treated them with kindness as children therefore encouraging loyalty. That part was a little too sordid for me.

I'm going to give it a break for a while before I read the last book. As I wrote in my review for The Witching Hour, I really loved THAT book as a young adult I'd guess , and had for many years after considered it one of my favorite novels ever written.

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However, re-reading it at age 31 revealed a number of fatal flaws that I could not get over. I was not expecting much from Lasher by consequence, as I read it as a young adult too, though I do not believe I ever finished it.

Imagine my surprise when I re-read it and found Lash This book kind of surprised me.

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Imagine my surprise when I re-read it and found Lasher to be more compelling than the first novel in the series. Now this does not mean the book doesn't have its flaws.

I find it hilarious the way one of the protagonists Mona Mayfair talks about her computer; it's obvious that the author sat down for a five minute conversation in the 90s with someone who knew computers and simply copied his interview words into her book.

She is painfully inexperienced with computers and it's obvious from the dialogue she creates for her tech-savvy savant, who says ludicrous things like "I'm going to boot up my directory," and "it has max hard drive and max memory. She is supposed to be this genius of a thirteen year old, but it's obvious that she's being used as a voice through which the author's own idealized personality and opinions are expressed; what ends up happening to me, anyway is that when Mona a thirteen year old girl starts waxing haughtily about the failure of modern architecture as compared to ancient, or about how she hates modern music or modern culture or modern clothing, all I can envision is a stunted version of Anne Rice, looking tired and old, spouting these things herself.It makes me shudder whenever it comes up, which is disturbingly often.

The idealization of author-as-protagonist-Mona is also apparently intended to make it easier for us to condone the rampant paedophilia that goes on throughout this book, mostly in relation to Mona herself.

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