As the book opens, Lestat is convinced that he is being followed, and not by anything of this world. He believes that it is the Devil who dogs him, and that he intends to cast Lestat into Hell to be castigated for his sins. Soon Lestat confronts his pursuer who, though he looks like an Ordinary Man, identifies himself as Memnoch--the Devil. He has come after Lestat not to drag him into damnation but to recruit him to Memnoch's ongoing struggle with God.
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Memnoch the Devil was my very first horror book I've read. It was very good and so it began... I like the style of this book and the differences between the characters, and for that matter, I liked the whole content.
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If I recall, this is the vampire Lestat's third or fourth outing.
After semi-graphic sex with the beautiful, built, and well-hung David, they exchange souls: Lestat now in David's body.
Such is the price of eternal life.
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