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Fiend (Voice of Blood #3)

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In nineteenth-century Italy, young Orfeo Ricari teeters on the brink of adulthood. His new tutor instructs him in literature and poetry during the day and guides him in the world of sensual pleasure at night. But a journey to Paris will teach young Orfeo much more. For in Paris he will become a vampire. Told in his own words, this is the story of the life, death, rebirth a...more
Paperback, 326 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Leisure Books
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•Erin• (Paperback Stash)
The back of the book lists a review snippet. For the sake of my review, I'd like to quote it here:

Comparisons to Anne Rice are inevitable, but Jefferson's writing is simultaneously tougher and more elegant. - Willamette Week

Well, folks, that about sums it up a lot of right there. Jefferson creates a world that's all too familiar. Finding similarities with Rice work? You aren't kidding! Even the writing style is a bit reminiscent of Lestat Land; everything from the birth of a vampire, to the angs...more
C.M.
This story, while third in the seires, is a prequel to the other two (but needs to be read as the third). Here we go back to 1st person POV as Orfeo. A character I didn't really care for in the first book. The second he was verily absent. The only oddity that came with this one is that we see a lot of internal Orfeo that is very different from the external we get from others perspectives in the first two books. He isn't nearly as Catholic-y as he seems in those books. One of the rememberances Da...more
Christie
May 23, 2008 Christie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anne rice fans
Shelves: horror-suspense
The third book from this highly talented writer from Portland. I personally love her style, her humour and her skill. This book gives the background of Orfeo Ricardi, and fans of hers will not be disappointed. I am still reading it but of course am highly enjoying it.
Kimberly
I can't give this more stars because, I don't remember reading it. I must have, since it was in storage. If you choose to get this one, John, I may give it a quick read over again before sending it on.
S.A.
I am suck a sucker for Orfeo's character. Love how J.J. painted his history in this sad, tragic novel. I wish Jemiah would write more amazing characters such as Orfeo.
Christy
dark, secret, totally sexy. be prepared to be up all night with vampires and sex. Loved this book!
Shelly
great rea dnot meant for small kids though. id say a adult book due to graphic sex
Shannon
This book is great. Jefferson is great for anyone who likes Anne Rice's vampires.
Sarah
Wants to be Interview so bad!! Never quite makes it though.
Sarai
vampires and sodomy..enough said.
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African American horror author and Dark Horse comics editor. Her Voice of Blood series introduces the smart, beautiful, sexy and vicious vampires of Portland.

Jemiah Jefferson was born in Denver, Colorado. Her childhood consisted of a steady diet of AM radio, New Wave and disco, music videos, Star Wars, and resenting the strictures of school. At an age too early to remember, she began making up sto...more
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