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Servant of the Bones by Anne Rice
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Apr 13, 2011

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This was another good book from Anne Rice. "Servant of the Bones" brings mythology, religion and a compelling visual story that like her other novels made this almost like watching a movie. The main character is narrating through several past events leading to the present his life as a servant to the bones that he was cursed to. I have read many novels that this type of layers in a story took away from the novels appeal because it made things to complicated but Rice used it amazingly and without the layers the reader would never had been able to experience the conflicts, and depth of the story through the characters choices, made by fear, habit, and his beliefs. From start to finish I was lost in the world of the servant of the bones. Another #1 for Anne Rice.
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