the books closest to the end of the 4 chronicles books are the best IMO. You get origin novels for Marius, Armand, and Pandora that are fantastic. Memnoch the Devil was enjoyable and pushes things pretty far. Gets a little choppy after thatshit, mine too. my dad suggested Interview With The Vampire to me in the early 80s. i was around 13 or 14. then Vampire Lestat came out and its still one of my favorite books of that genre. Queen of The Damned was pretty good, but never as good as TVL. the great thing about TVL is the world building it does and the reveal toward the end that the vampire gods are these ancient ancient Egyptian vampires that are white as marble and hard as stone was incredible. the reveal in Queen of the Damned that it was just a prankster ghost that started all this off was a huge disappointment though. the Mayfair Witches sucked ass. the other books in the Vampire Chronicles are decent at least. Tale of the Body Thief is almost as good as TVL.
RIP Anne Rice. you had some cool ideas.
wait, i thought the Vampire Chronicles ended in the 90s. i had no idea she had 7 more Vampire chronicles books. guess i need to find those now.
Could not stand watching football when he was the commentator. Him and Gruden made it painful. Always wanted something that would sync up our radio guy with the TV, he was awesome.
i had a similar situation when i was a kid. radio guys called the game better than TV guys on cable for Yankee games. network TV was fine because we had legends Phil Rizzuto and Bill White, but MSG had some dingleberry called Dewayne Staats who plain sucked. sooooo we just put the radio on top of the tv and shut off the sound. the radio was better anyway because that way you could play Nintendo and follow the game at the same time. baseball is actually very boring.Could not stand watching football when he was the commentator. Him and Gruden made it painful. Always wanted something that would sync up our radio guy with the TV, he was awesome.